By NATHAN SOLIS
This week’s roundup of community meetings and public hearings includes amending Eagle Rock’s Colorado Boulevard Specific Plan, which requires new businesses to close their doors at 9 p.m. In Highland Park, a wireless service provider wants to build a fake eucalyptus tree that’s really a cellphone tower, and several new businesses may be landing on Figueroa Street, including a coffee house, a retail wine store and more. Meanwhile, the Dodgers are scheduled to update Echo Park residents on their post-season traffic plans.
- The L.A. City Council Planning & Land Use Committee will review an amendment to the Colorado Boulevard Specific Plan that would allow new businesses to operate after 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept 30
- The Dodgers are scheduled to discuss their post season traffic and public safety plans as the team prepares for the playoffs. Tuesday, Sept. 30
- The Big Saver Food is still under construction but the LA32 Neighborhood Council will discuss the market’s move to selling a full line of alcoholic beverages instead of only beer and wine. Wednesday, October 1
- Developers seeking to bring two restaurants, a coffee house, and a retail wine store to 5916 Figueroa Street will present their plans to the neighborhood council. Thursday, October 2
- At the same neighborhood council meeting a second developer will propose plans for a 12-unit subdivision lot at 175 S. Ave 57. Thursday, Oct. 2
- AT&T will seek approval from the Planning Department to install a 45-foot high wireless tower – disguised as a eucalyptus tree – at 3721 North Marmion Way. Tuesday, Sept. 30
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.
Nathan Solis is a Highland Park resident who writes about and photographs the L.A. music scene. You can find more of Solis’ stories, reviews and photos at Smashed Chair.