The committee will review the DS Ventures Project planned for the 6.2 acres between Mulholland Drive and San Feliciano Drive. The committee will be making a recommendation to the Full Board which will then convene in a SPECIAL Meeting on January 29, 2009 for a final vote. The Project then goes to a public hearing on February 5th at the Marvin Braude Center at 10:00 am. Continue reading
The Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council Board Meets on Wednesday night at 6:30 pm at Warner Center Parks Bredlow Pavilion and hosts the Department of Plannings Code Studies Unit for a presentation on Planning Code Reform.
Save the Dates!
Please join us a community design workshop that will create a new vision for Warner Center!
Thursday, July 24, 2008 @ 5:30 pm
Saturday, July 26, 2008 @ 9:00 am
The Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council has been having such a great time hosting the Concerts in the Park this year that they have decided to conduct their July Board Meeting in the Lou Bredlow Pavilion in Warner Park in Woodland Hills.
Join the Board, bring your friends and neighbors on Wednesday, July 9th at 6:30 as the Department of City Planning gives a presentation on the upcoming Zoning Code Reforms.
Club Red Square appeared before the local Zoning Administrator in an effort to gain permission to serve alcohol on their patio and to complement the alcohol service with a DJ and amplified music on the patio.
Hearing Officer Albert Landini, took testimony on the application for 55 minutes before ruling that the case would remain open until May 30, 2008 giving the community the opportunity to submit evidence, reports, petitions, and letters to be included in the application file.
CLUB Red Square’s pending Conditional Use Permit (CUP) request for patio alcohol service and for outdoor music stirred up a hornet’s nest of community opposition that includes charges of sex, drugs and murder as the matter was heard by the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council this past week.
The issue was first heard by the Planning and Land Use Committee (PLUM) on Monday night, a meeting that was well attended by community members who testified in opposition to the Club’s request for enhanced service and who provided detailed complaints of illegal and inappropriate activity by Club patrons in the parking lot, on the street and in the surrounding neighborhood.
The first action to come out of the Board retreat was a letter to Mayor Villaraigosa and the City Council requesting that they act to restrict the SB1818 Implementation Ordinance to minimum requirements only.
The City of Los Angeles is required to update the local ordinance to reflect the changes SB1818 makes to the State of California Density Bonus law and at issue is the degree to which LA will meet or exceed the State’s minimums requirements.
Board Members and Stakeholders signed on at the retreat and Board Members Gordon Murley and Pat Patton delivered the letter to the City Council PLUM Committee, where they both offered testimony and urged the Councilmembers to preserve the character of the local community by honoring the limitations of local zoning.