This week’s agenda items include a review of Metro projects proposed for Boyle Heights, an update on a plans to build 214 residential units on 2.6 acres of land in Echo Park and a homeless outreach program in Eagle Rock. It’s a good idea to check with organizations to find out if meeting items and times have been changed or postponed.
The Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council board meeting has several planning and land use items worth noting, including a report on the Metro projects at Gold Line Stations and a wireless palm tower from Verizon. Wednesday, January 28.
The Greater Echo Park Elysian Neighborhood Council has a full list of items to digest at their monthly Board of Governor’s meeting. There will be an overview of upcoming immigration forums held by the City Attorney; an update to the Sunset Gateway project that wants to bring 214 residential units to a 2.6 acre site at 1185 W. Sunset; and there will be a review of homeless affairs in Los Angeles.
The City Council’s Planning & Land Use Management Committee will review a recommendation to declare a 1910 Craftsman home, located at 1109 North Coronado Terrace in Silver Lake, a Historic-Cultural Monument.
Los Angeles River
A report will consider the resources needed to create a Northeast Los Angeles (NELA) Riverfront District. Still in the early stages as no financial analysis has been made of the report, but progress nonetheless.
Recycled Resources for the Homeless will be conducting outreach services Saturday, January 31. They will be passing out lunches, hygiene supplies, and conducting interviews with each person to ensure their information gets input into a regional data base that matches people with housing. They meet at Eagle Rock City Hall at 6 a.m.
On The Agenda is a round up of upcoming community meetings and public hearings. Did we miss something? Send us the details and a link to an agenda.