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Open Discussion: Residents needed to weigh in on Echo Park development

An Echo Park resident opposed to the proposed 62-unit, Sunset Flats housing development want neighbors to weigh in on the project before or during Planning Commission meeting on Thursday:

Tomorrow is the last day that the community can weigh in with the Planning Commission of Los Angeles before a 5 story building becomes the new entryway into Echo Park. If you need the report that Rogelio did that sold our neighborhood down the river let me know and I’ll drop it by today.
Is it possible to ask people to come?

Thursday is the last chance for the community of Los Angeles and those who live in Echo Park  to testify against the Sunset Flats 5 story development that will signify the entry into Echo Park. Please come, we need your support. You can also send a letter to Eric Garcetti’s asking for his help.

8:30am
Thursday, April 14th, 2011
City Hall
200 N Spring Street, 3rd floor
LA CA 90012

OR SEND LETTER and/or EMAILS to: Katherine.Hennigan@lacity.org , rogelio.flores@lacity.org

Eric Garcetti
5500 Hollywood Blvd., 4th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90028



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2 comments

  1. WHATS THE POINT. MONEY IN THE FORM OF FAVORS, DONATIONS, FREEBIES SPEAK LOUDER THAN ANY VOICE WE HAVE EVER HAD HERE IN ECHO PARK, WHATS THAT SAYING ” MONEY TALKS BUL&%$#T WALKS. THE DEVELOPERS KNOW THERE ARE COMMUNITY OUT THERE IN POSITIONS OF POWER WHO CAN AND WILL BE BOUGHT. SO AGAIN WHATS THE POINT!. DEVELOPERS 10 COMMUNITY 0. OH WE ARE TALKING ABOUT A CHURCH WITH BUKU BUCKS. YEAH EVEN CHURCHES ARE CORRUPT!

  2. Good luck on getting any help from Garcetti. He always plays the I’m all about the community, but just look at his record . His office never gets back to community members but claims that is “what the community wanted”.

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