GPNC board membership openings

Come to the meeting July 17th at 7pm
Glassell Park Community and Senior Center
3750 Verdugo Road, Glassell Park, CA 90065
(Next to the Glassell Park Pool, in the back of Public Storage)

The GPNC is looking for people to fill vacancies on the board.

The following positions are open.

Area reps must live in the area represented (See map below)

Area 3 Rep
Area 5 Rep
Area 6 Rep
Budget Liaison
Also there are 2 openings for Alternate Board Members

Glassell Park Planning & Land Use Committee Mtg.! – 6/28/18 @ 7PM

NOTICE OF A MEETING

GLASSELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
PLANNING & LAND USE COMMITTEE

THURSDAY, JUNE 28* AT 7:00 PM
GLASSELL PARK COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER
3750 VERDUGO RD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90065

CLICK HERE FOR AGENDA

There will be a community meeting to discuss the project(s) detailed below and shown above in the google map.  AS A GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDER, IT IS YOUR RIGHT TO ATTEND, ASK QUESTIONS, AND PROVIDE INPUT.  CLICK THE PROJECT ADDRESS OR PLANNING NUMBERS FOR MORE INFO!

4566 N. Avenue 40

DIR-2018-1966-CDO, ENV-2018-1974-CE

Project Description:  NEW SECOND FLOOR ADDITION OF THREE BEDROOMS AND TWO BATHROOMS TO AN EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING.

3400 Fletcher Dr.

DIR-2016-4767-CDO, VTT-74749-SL, ENV-2016-4768-EAF

Project Description: PROPOSED SMALL LOT SUBDIVISION TO CREATE 18 SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLINGS.

*Date subject to change, so please check http://glassellparknc.org/calendar/ within 2 days of scheduled meeting for updates.

THE GPNC IS AN ADVISORY BOARD TO THE LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL AND ALL CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENTS WHICH ALLOWS GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDERS TO PLAY AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE GOVERNMENTAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AFFECTING OUR COMMUNITY.

The Summer Lunch Program offers FREE meals in public parks throughout the city between June 11th and August 12th.

 

Friends:

I want to make sure you are aware of a food program offered by the Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) for school-aged youth during the summer months.

The Summer Lunch Program offers FREE meals in public parks throughout the city between June 11th and August 12th.  

This program is in partnership with Los Angeles Unified School District and is part of the City’s implementation of the Good Food Purchasing Policy which will ensure public food dollars are spent in a way that delivers the best quality food with the highest nutritional value to our youth during the summer months when school is out.

This program is close to my heart — it is one of the very first policy items I worked on as a newly elected member of the Los Angeles City Council, and in my role as Chair of the Arts, Entertainment, Parks, and Los Angeles River Committee. This program is a tremendous benefit to many families in the communities I represent, and helps them save money on food during summer months while also making use of our wonderful public park space. No application or proof of income is needed.

Families can bring their children to one of the participating City of Los Angeles parks and enjoy a meal:

  • Bellevue Recreation Center
  • Echo Park Recreation Center
  • Glassell Park Recreation Center
  • Hollywood Recreation Center
  • Lemon Grove Recreation Center
  • Shatto Recreation Center
  • Unidad Park
  • Yucca Park Community Center

Thank you in advance of helping me spread the word about this very important program. For location information, click here.

Kind regards,


MITCH O’FARRELL
Councilmember, 13th District

Glassell Park Planning & Land Use Committee Mtg.! – 5/31/18 @ 7PM

NOTICE OF A MEETING

GLASSELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
PLANNING & LAND USE COMMITTEE

THURSDAY, May 31* AT 7:00 PM
GLASSELL PARK COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER
3750 VERDUGO RD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90065

CLICK HERE FOR AGENDA

There will be a community meeting to discuss the project(s) detailed below and shown above in the google map.  AS A GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDER, IT IS YOUR RIGHT TO ATTEND, ASK QUESTIONS, AND PROVIDE INPUT.  CLICK THE PROJECT ADDRESS OR PLANNING NUMBERS FOR MORE INFO!

4115 E York Blvd.  

ZA-2018-1553-ZAA, ENV-2018-1554-CE

Project Description: ZONING ADMINISTRATOR ADJUSTMENT PURSUANT TO 12.08(C)1 TO PERMIT A REDUCED 5-FT FRONT YARD SETBACK FOR PROPOSED PARCELS B AND C, IN LIEU OF THE REQUIRED SETBACK OF 20% OF LOT DEPTH FOR THE FRONT YARDS LOCATED IN THE R1-1-CDO ZONE (15’8” FOR PROPOSED PARCEL B AND 13′-6

2910 N San fernando rd. 

CPC-2016-4393-VCZ-DB-CDO-SPR, ENV-20164394-MN

Project Description: NEW 370- UNIT MULTI-FAMILY APARTMENT PROJECT TO INCLUDE 31 VERY LOW AFFORDABLE UNITS.  

*Date subject to change, so please check http://glassellparknc.org/calendar/ within 2 days of scheduled meeting for updates.

THE GPNC IS AN ADVISORY BOARD TO THE LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL AND ALL CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENTS WHICH ALLOWS GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDERS TO PLAY AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE GOVERNMENTAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AFFECTING OUR COMMUNITY.

CD-13 Community Conference – Saturday, May 12th 2018 – Washington Irving Middle School

 

Hello All,
Please join us for the first in a series of community conferences aimed at informing residents about city services and how we work together to approach some of the more pressing issues across the district. 
 
The first of three conferences will be held this Saturday, May 12th, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at Washington Irving Middle School, 3010 Estara Avenue, Glassell Park, 90065. This conference will be geared toward residents in Atwater Village, Elysian Valley, and Glassell Park and it will contain four educational sessions on the following topics: LA River, Housing, Pedestrian Safety, and Homelessness. We will also have members of our Planning and Legislative teams on hand, as well as the Department of Water and Power, to answer your questions.
The flyer in English and Spanish is also attached. Please let me know if you have any additional questions!
I hope to see you all there!
Best,
 

 Hector Vega
 Field Deputy Elysian Valley & Glassell Park
 Office of Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell
 1722 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026
 Phone (213) 207-3019 | Fax (213) 207-3031 | www.cd13.lacity.org

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Glassell Park Planning & Land Use Committee Mtg.! – 4/26/18 @ 7PM

NOTICE OF A MEETING

GLASSELL PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
PLANNING & LAND USE COMMITTEE

THURSDAY, April 26th* AT 7:00 PM
GLASSELL PARK COMMUNITY & SENIOR CENTER
3750 VERDUGO RD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90065

CLICK HERE FOR AGENDA

There will be a community meeting to discuss the project(s) detailed below and shown above in the google map.  AS A GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDER, IT IS YOUR RIGHT TO ATTEND, ASK QUESTIONS, AND PROVIDE INPUT.  CLICK THE PROJECT ADDRESS OR PLANNING NUMBERS FOR MORE INFO!

4232,4234 Verdugo Rd.  

AA-2018-1055-PMLA-SL, ENV-2018-1056-CE, DIR-2018-1057-CDO

Project Description: DEMO OF AN EXISTING DUPLEX AND GARAGE, SMALL LOT PARCEL MAP FOR 4 LOTS, DEVELOPING 4 SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLINGS TOTALING 9,366 SQUARE FEET IN THE RD1.5-1-CDO ZONE.

3409, 3411, 3425,3421 N. Fletcher Dr. 

VTT-82058-SL, ENV-2018-1631-EAF, DIR-2018-1630-CDO

Project Description:  PROPOSED SUBDIVISION OF 3 EXISTING PARCELS INTO 17 SMALL LOTS FOR SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLINGS, LOCATED IN THE RD1.5-1-CDO.  

 

*Date subject to change, so please check http://glassellparknc.org/calendar/ within 2 days of scheduled meeting for updates.

THE GPNC IS AN ADVISORY BOARD TO THE LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL AND ALL CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENTS WHICH ALLOWS GLASSELL PARK STAKEHOLDERS TO PLAY AN ACTIVE ROLE IN THE GOVERNMENTAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS AFFECTING OUR COMMUNITY.

Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates Request Feedback on White Paper

The Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates will  met with Mayor Garcetti on March 9th to present and discuss this year’s White Paper, and listen to his thoughts on the current and coming fiscal years’ budgets.

The Budget Advocates will engage in further discussion about the contents of the White Paper with the City Council Budget & Finance Committee, and then, shortly thereafter, before the full City Council and will at that time add further stakeholder suggestions.

We are particularly interested in getting ideas on potential savings (without increasing Angelenos’ taxes or cutting back services) and suggestions for additional revenue streams.  Feedback must be received by April 30th.

Budget Advocates have put together a survey to solicit your input as a Los Angeles resident!  You can take that survey here.  If you would like to, you may also review the white paper.

Planning 101 Workshop – Thursday April 26th


Thursday, April 26
6 pm – 8:30pm

Eagle Rock City Hall
2035 Colorado Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90041

 

A collaboration between the
Department of City Planning
and the Department of
Neighborhood Empowerment.
The training is intended to
provide an overview of the
basic elements of planning,
land use and zoning.

RSVP at

goo.gl/yFYrDd