The Safe Traffic and Transportation (STAT) Committee’s purpose is to represent the community’s needs and interests regarding traffic safety and related transportation issues in our community, and to communicate and represent them to City and State officials to make needed changes.
• Meets at least once every other month.
• Contains no more than five (5) Board members, so that a majority of a quorum of the Board will not be present at its Committee meetings, unless the meeting has been posted as a special joint board and committee meeting.
• Issues reports and recommendations to the Board on issues and developments within its purview.
STAT Committee Members
Pat Kramer, Chair
Jon von Gunten, Co-Chair, STNC Board Member - Neighborhood Watch
Notice to Paid Representatives -
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Comments from the public on other matters not appearing on the agenda that are within the Board’s jurisdiction will be heard during the General Public Comment period. Please note that under the Brown Act, the Board is prevented from acting on a matter that you bring to its attention during the General Public Comment period; however, the issue raised by a member of the public may become the subject of a future Board meeting. Public comment is limited to two minutes per speaker, unless adjusted by the presiding officer of the Board.
Agenda posting and notifications in the Neighborhood Council System is in accordance with the Brown Act and Board of Neighborhood Commissioners Policy. Full description of the requirements here: https://empowerla.org/ens/
Meetings are currently held at the Sunland-Tujuna Libraru
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