Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council Hosts
“The Destiny of the West Valley”
The Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council takes on the tough topics at the June 21 Community Forum “The Destiny of the West Valley.”
The forum will be held at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital Auditorium from 8:00 am to 11:30 am and includes complimentary breakfast.
The public is invited to join a panel of visionaries in confronting the issues and opportunities that challenge our neighborhood including traffic congestion, urban design, water reclamation, energy conservation, mass transit, accessibility, mobility, walkability and livability.
Joyce Pearson, Chair of the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council, urges the community to join her and says “I know many of you are as concerned as I am about our community and its quality of life. And only you as a community can bring a force for the right kind of change on our neighborhoods.”
Denny Zane, the former Mayor of Santa Monica who spearheaded the revitalization of the Third Street Promenade, will be addressing the economics of a walkable community as well as funding sources for an effective mass transit system.
Gloria Ohland, VP of Reconnecting America and host of the recent StreetCar Conference in LA, will present transportation options that improve the quality of life in the community, have a positive economic impact for property owners and that relieve congestion and provide viable choices for commuters.
Larry E. Smith, Executive Director of North East Trees and innovator behind the Green Streets project, will demonstrate how a commitment to improving the quality of life by restoring nature’sservices will result in water-reclamation standards that will be the envy of the city.
Kaiser Permanente Hospital Auditorium entrance #5
Saturday, June 21, 2008 8:00 am – 11:30 am
5601 De Soto Ave, Woodland Hills, CA 91365
For info contact Stephen Box at 323-962-6540