Hyperlinks for October 2021 Agenda
3. Announcements and Opening Comments – Carol N. Hart, President
This link works for all upcoming meetings: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1615454787?pwd=MHJRWW10WHN1b0dmR29zMXMvMldkdz09#success
Special Meeting – Presentation #3 of Draft Map: https://laccrc2021.org/ 10-13-21, Wednesday, 2021, (6PM)
Special Meeting – Presentation #4 of Draft Map: https://laccrc2021.org/ 10-16-21, Saturday, 2021, (10AM)
Special Meeting – Adoption of Final Map: https://laccrc2021.org/ 10-21-21, Thursday, 2021, (6PM)
Special Meeting – Adoption of Final Report: https://laccrc2021.org/ 10-28-21, Thursday, 2021, (6PM)
Info for screen sharing and posting on our website:
Following up on our conversation, here is the map for K2.5 Amendment 1
It is found on the redistricting website in the mapping and data section under Commission Maps and Data: https://laccrc2021.org/mapping-data-2/
As you can see the east/west border between CD12 and CD7 is the 405 freeway keeping North Hills West Neighborhood Council intact and in CD12.
Here is a link to the meeting on October 14 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7E_ZGNg2m0 At the 4:03:14 point of the meeting they discuss the section of Nordhoff to Lassen/Aqueduct to 405 freeway that was in CD7 on the previous version of Map K2.5.
The line drawer noted that it was an error and the Commission moved back the section in question to back CD12 to without objection. The discussion took approximately 2 min.
Feel free to forward this information to all interested parties. Let me know if you need any additional information for your upcoming meeting.
Deputy Chief of Staff
Office of Councilmember John S. Lee
Council District 12
City Hall: 213-473-7012 | Community Service Center: 818-882-1212
e: Brenton.Tesler@lacity.org | w: CD12.org
Cool Blocks Program Website in English and Spanish: general information, meeting dates, and sign ups are available on NCSA website:
Cool Blocks Program Meeting Dates in English and Spanish
Cool Blocks Program Video – Per video: “Learn about the Cool Block program, where neighbors gather block by block working to reduce carbon, conserve water, become disaster resilient, increase livability on their block, and empower others!”
Cohesive communities are safer and more resilient. This is a great opportunity to work together in small neighborhood groups to improve the quality of our lives now and in the years to come.
8. Previous Meeting Minutes – Discussion and possible action: Motion to approve any outstanding*Minutes (Note: September’s GBM Cancelled due to Holiday)
9. Previous Months’ MERs (Monthly Expenditure Reports) – Discussion and possible motion to approve outstanding* MERs
11. Moore Business Results Service Agreement Proposal
North Hills West Online Outreach Proposal 2021-0927
21. Council File 19-0603 motion calling for the creation of a feasibility study regarding the effects of expanding Fire District 1
Please review this Department of Building & Safety Report Relative To Expanding Fire District 1, California Department Of Forestry, Very High Fire Hazard Severity Zone, City High Wind Velocity Zone; CF 19-0603 – https://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2019/19-0603_rpt_dbs_%205-27-21.pdf (Hart)
I’ll refer this to the PLUM Committee can review the information provided and come back with a recommendation for board action. At issue is Fire District 1 vs. existing Fire Safety Codes. By including this item now, I’m affording our board members and stakeholders ample opportunity to review this CF and the Community Impact Statements already submitted.
22. Council File 21-0975 Illegal Street Racing / Reckless Driving Exhibition / Spectator Gathering / Promotion / Facilitation – Discussion and possible motion to approve submission of a CIS in support of Council File motion by our Councilmember John Lee. The proposed ordinance will criminalize the promotion of illegal street races and side shows, making organizing, participating, promoting, and spectating in these dangerous events a misdemeanor.
23. Californians for Community Planning Initiative – Shall NHWNC submit an open CIS letting City Council know that if they take a position on the initiative, we’d like them to endorse the effort to put this item on the November 2022 statewide ballot. (This initiative is a response to the passage of SB9 and SB10 which many perceive to be a threat to single family zoning in the State of California.) The initiative would amend the state constitution to prohibit state control over local land use policies. https://www.communitiesforchoice.org/ (Brown)