On the agenda this week: Glassell Park wants more public art and to clean up existing public art. Atwater Village has a number of proposed real estate developments to review, including a 60-unit small lot division.
It’s a good idea to check with organizations to find out if meeting items and times have been changed or postponed.
- The Neighborhood Watch Ad Hoc Committee will discuss locations that require attention in Glassell Park, along with outreach options. Monday, February 2.
- At the Executive Committee meeting the board will receive an update on the murals restoration. Tuesday, February 3, at the Glassell Park Community Center.
- Busy agenda at the Glassell Park Public Arts Committee, with talk of a utility box art project, design and landscape plans for a Transit Pavilion at the intersection of San Fernando Road, Eagle Rock Boulevard, and Verdugo Road. Wednesday. February 4.
- A bevy of agenda items regarding proposed projects at the Environmental and Land Use Committee in Atwater Village. There’s the project at 3116-3124 West Larga Ave., involving the demolition of two existing units to make way for three units; over at 2914 Glenhurst Ave. there’s a six-unit project; at 3990 Chevy Chase there’s a 60-unit small lot division on near four acres. And then there’s a request for a conditional use permit for off-site sales of beer and wine only at the existing Atwater Shell Neighborhood Mart at 3067 Los Feliz Boulevard. Wednesday, February 4.
- If residents of Eagle Rock are opposed to the proposed improvement and maintenance of the Yosemite and Eagle Rock Boulevard Street Light district, they are encouraged to voice their concerns. The lights were requested by property owners in the area. Wednesday, February 4.
- Councilmember Jose Huizar, Council District 14, has requested a transfer of $5,720 from the Central Los Angeles Recycling and Transfer Station Community Amenities trust for beautification efforts in CD-14.
- The History Collective in Silver Lake will be screening David Rapka’s film “Los Angeles – The Early Days” as part of their regular committee meeting. The film explores how public transportation shaped the city from the point of view of the Red Car system. Thursday, February 5.
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