Archive for the ‘new development services department’ Category

Report of August 8 Meeting & Matrix

August 10th, 2015

PlanCheck Report on the August 8 meeting – Lisa Webber, Deputy Director at L.A. City Planning Department presented the latest updates at City Planning.  A copy of her PowerPoint presentation will be posted later.  In the meantime, here are notes from the meeting

Min PlanCheckNC 15.8

Here is the link to the latest updated PlanCheckNC Matrix

PLANCHECK MATRIX SUMMER 2015 UPDATE 4

SPECIAL MEETING: Building & Safety and the Planning Department

September 4th, 2013

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT — Focus group meetings are underway across the City.  NC Alliances, Community Organizations and Neighborhood Councils are being asked to participate.  PlanCheckNC will hold their meeting on Saturday, September 14  NEW DATE: SEPTEMBER 21 Tentative location is North Valley Neighborhood City Hall in Tujunga. Time: 10 a.m.

Below is a note from the City Administrative Office regarding the focus group meetings:

As you may know, the City has will be establishing a new development services department on January 1, 2014.  As part of that process, the CAO has hired a management consultant to assist in implementation of the new department and to get stakeholder feedback, ideas, and concerns on the new department.

If possible, we would like to schedule a meeting with the Plan Check NC in the next two-three weeks so that the consultant can hear your feedback and provide information about the new department.  We are under a very tight time frame given the January implementation date–otherwise we would have more flexibility in scheduling.  We will also be providing a workshop on this topic at the Congress of Neighborhoods as well as doing additional focus groups with NC groups.  As those other meetings are scheduled, we will let you know in case your members wish to attend those meetings as well.

The amount of time needed will depend on the level of interest your group has on the subject; we are flexible on the amount of time but think 20 minutes would be the least amount of time necessary for a very brief presentation of the project followed by a q/a session.