City Planning to host Informational Meetings

Note: This notice arrived end of day Friday. The Oct. 9 date and time conflicts with PlanCheck’s already confirmed meeting. Also the deadline for comments is the day before the Oct. 9 meeting. We are working to reconfirm these meeting dates and times and will post here when we know. Thank you.

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The Department of City Planning invites you to attend one of four upcoming informational meetings about the proposed Core Findings and Community Care Facilities Code Amendments. For more information about both of these efforts including the staff report and draft ordinances, please see the “What’s New” section of the Planning Department’s homepage: * www.planning.lacity.org*

Meetings will be held on September 25th, and October 2nd, 6th and 9th at the
following times and locations:

SOUTH LA
September 25, 10 am – 2 pm
Betty Hill Senior Center
3570 S. Denker Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90018
(auditorium)

NORTHEAST LA
October 2, 10 am – 2 pm
El Sereno Recreation Center
4721 Klamath Street
Los Angeles, CA 90032
(community room)

WEST LA
October 6, 5-9 pm
Felicia Mahood Senior Center
11338 Santa Monica Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028
(auditorium)

VALLEY
October 9, 10 am – 2 pm
Marvin Braude Center
6262 Van Nuys Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 91401
(1st floor meeting room)

Important Upcoming Dates to Remember:
10/7: Last day for formal written comments to Commission Secretariat on Core
Findings & Community Care (Please note that comments are also taken at CPC on these items both verbal and in writing) 10/14: CPC Meeting, Thursday, after 8:30am, City Hall, 200 N. Spring St., Room 1010, 10th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Please see the attached flyer for more information about these information sessions.

For questions, please contact Gabriela Juarez at
gabriela.juarez@lacity.org or (213) 978-1337.

Gabriela Juarez
Department of City Planning
Code Studies Section
200 N Spring St, Room #763
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Mailstop: 395
Ph: (213) 978-1337
Fax: (213) 978-1334

One Response to “City Planning to host Informational Meetings”

  1. Please tell me that group homes for developmentally disabled with 8 or 12 clients will not be impacted by this. These homes are licensed, however we have two homes, one with eight clients and one with 12 medically fragile clients. The homes were specially built for these medically fragile, developmentally disabled clients. They function like a regular disabled group home, but include a nursing component. However, the clients do not work and qualify for HUD low income housing. These homes are qualified through HUD, which subsidises the client’s rent, and requires that each client have a separate lease. Please tell me that this isn’t going to force them to be called a “boarding House” or create some other problems for us.

    Sincerely,

    Caitlind Alexander
    Corporate Administrator
    Valley Village

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