MORE INFORMATION: https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2019-10-15/homeless-housing-chatsworth https://urbanize.la/post/nearly-finished-warner-center-apartment-building-may-become-supportive-housing
Thank you to Mark Hovater for the photos.
July 15, 7 PM, Galpin Ford 2/F Community Room John Lee Loraine Lundquist In the June 4 primary election to replace District 12 City Council member Mitch Englander, John Lee and Loraine Lundquist received the most votes. They will meet again in a special August 13 […]
After Decades of Taxes Is the Valley Finally Getting Real Mass Transit? Please join us at 6:30 pm on Monday January 21 for a fact-filled discussion on Valley Transportation held in the 2nd floor conference room of Galpin Ford at 15555 Roscoe Blvd. Our guests for the evening will be Bart Reed, executive director of […]
Here’s the invitation for the meeting on Monday, July 16, and an update on the topic discussed a couple of months ago — the MWD’s decision to fund virtually all of the WaterFix project. (There might be some people who’d like to attend the MWD meeting on Tuesday.)
Dr. David Kay will be joining us to talk about his effort to put together a community watch program.
You’re cordially invited: Valley VOTE meeting tonight on hyper-mega-over-development and a proposed law to make it even worse.
Join us at the Valley VOTE meeting Monday night, where we’ll be talking about mega-developments planned for Warner Center, the traffic impact, and a proposed state law that could make it even worse. Special guest Maria Kalban will share with us what the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association found out. Here’s my recent column about these issues: https://www.dailynews.com/2018/04/10/time-for-a-new-warner-center-plan/ Hope […]
Hope to see you Monday night at the Valley VOTE meeting! Best regards,
The Executive Committee of Valley VOTE, a diverse coalition of San Fernando Valley residents, businesses and civic organizations, urges the people of Los Angeles to vote in favor of Measure S, the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, on the March 7 ballot. Only by approving Measure S can ordinary citizens of Los Angeles take back control of […]
The Executive Committee of Valley VOTE opposes the proposed five-year increase in LADWP water and power rates and calls for a continuation of the salary freeze that is set to expire in 2016. The “Benchmarking Analysis” produced in February by LADWP’s Corporate Performance Division with the help of two outside consultants reveals that LADWP spends […]
For decades when budget times have been hard, the Pierce College Farm has been threatened with commercial development. Over time the Farm was to become a golf course, shopping mall or residential housing. Dozens of acres have already been sold off. Pierce College began as an agricultural farm after WWII and sits on 426 acres, […]
The Valley VOTE Board of Directors has unanimously approved support of the “Valley on Track” coalition
“Valley on Track” is dedicated to improving upon the regions most pressing transportation issues and opportunities so that our ground mobility can be optimized to enhance the business climate, public health and quality of life for San Fernando Valley residents. The Valley has been severally under served by rail transportation for years. There are only two rail […]
The Valley VOTE Board of Directors has overwhelmingly approved the following Motion: Valley VOTE supports the Class Action Lawsuit filed on June 7, 2011 on behalf of four plaintiffs. The first is Carolina Winston Barrie, a great granddaughter of one of the land donors in 1888 that bequeathed the property, in perpetuity, in West Los […]