Tuesday, October 25, 2016

On the Agenda: Cypress Park’s Taylor Yard development; Atwater river projects update; Lincoln Heights Easter Egg hunt

On The Agenda

There’s no escaping the upcoming City Council and School Board elections in this week’s agenda items, including two candidate forums. Also on the agenda: the Homeless Coalition in Silver Lake, Cypress Park’s Taylor Yard Development and Atwater Village’s River Committee.

It’s a good idea to check with organizations to find out if meeting items and times have been changed or postponed. Here are some of this week’s upcoming meetings:

Arroyo Seco/Council District 14

Lincoln Heights

Atwater Village

  • The River Committee in Atwater Village will discuss a report from the LAPD on the river, financing for enhanced infrastructure, and more information/possible grant for the riverfront district. Monday, February 9.

Cypress Park

  • Expect a report from Metro and McCormack Baron Salazar, Inc. on the completed phases for the Taylor Yard development in Cypress Park. Also on the agenda at the Cypress Park Neighborhood Council will be an update on bike and safety workshops. Tuesday, February 10.
  • L.A. for Kids Steering Committee has a handful of items on the Arts, Parks, Health, Aging and River Committee agenda. Including motions that impact the Cypress Recreation Center Park Development and the El Sereno Recreation Center Improvements Projects, and Plaza De La Raza in Lincoln Heights, Monday, February 9.

Silver Lake

  • A full agenda for the Homeless Coalition in Silver Lake, including a request from the neighborhood council to allocate $1,000 to Homeless Health Care, Los Angeles for use of moving homeless persons into permanent housing. Monday, February 9.

El Sereno

  • The LA-32 Neighborhood Council will host a candidate forum for the LAUSD District 5 elections. Candidates include Bennet Kayser, Ref Rodriguez and Andrew Thomas for the March 3 primary elections. Wednesday, February 11.

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