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Meeting Notes from December 9, 2017

December 10th, 2017

To All Neighborhood Council Land Use Committees:

Sending you some time sensitive information that was presented at last Saturday’s, December 9, 2017 PlanCheckNC meeting.   This is an opportunity for you to place these items on your upcoming meeting agendas and participate with comments and positions by your Neighborhood Councils to the respective City Council staff, commissions, committees and the full City Council.

Thank you to Tom Rothmann, Rubina Ghazarian, David Somers and Lisette Covarrubias from the Department of City Planning.  We also saw Jose Galdamez from EmpowerLA.

The Transportation Demand Management Ordinance presentation included a power point handout with Rubina Ghazarian, City Planner – Adopted in 1993 the new update will include context-based, project-specific strategies to increase equitable and multimodal access to goods and services. Over time, additional strategies can be included as transportation technologies and innovations emerge. The ordinance update will help implement Mayor Garcetti’s sustainability goals to fight climate change and create a more resilient City. The City of Los Angeles is also proposing a series of minor ordinance revisions to align proc (more…)

Farmers’ Markets Code Amendment project

June 15th, 2011

Hearing notice, Q&A sheet, and draft ordinance for the Farmers’ Markets Code Amendment project (CPC-2011-1330-CA).

A staff hearing will take place in Room 1030 of City Hall on Wednesday, July 20 at 10 a.m.  The final day to submit public comments will be August 15, 2011.

The Farmers’ Markets project stems from a motion from Councilmembers Wesson and Koretz, introduced in November 2010 (Council File #10-1382 – available at: ).

In April 2011, Planning staff presented a report to the Planning & Land Use Management Committee.  The PLUM Committee instructed the Department to develop an ordinance (the PLUM report is available at: ).

Please submit comments to Tom Rothmann, 213-978-1891 or