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RE: 7000-8000 La Tuna Canyon Road, Tujunga - located within the boundaries of the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council, Region 4.
As part of the subdivision approval, the City imposed a requirement to hold a public discussion meeting before any grading permit could be issued for the project.
The presentation is on January 27, 2003 at 11:00 a.m.
This is not a public hearing because the project is fully entitled -- approved in 2005 for 221 single family homes all located north of the 210 freeway, northside of La Tuna Canyon --- construction has not begun.
See notice for more information and details.
for STNC history. Note: We are checking the links that may not be working.
Also see City Planning Website at https://planning.lacity.org/development-services/eir
Neighborhood Watch Notes, 17 Jan 23
DCA, with the offices of Los Angeles City Council Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, and 12, and the Los Angeles Zoo & Botanical Gardens invite the public to attend free community events featuring arts and cultural performances and activities to celebrate the 2023 Lunar New Year. The six events will celebrate the Year of the Rabbit, and offer cultural arts and performances for diverse age groups throughout the month.Read More
Learn more about the organics recycling process with virtual town hall! Hear from local climate organizations and experts from LA Sanitation and the California Climate Action Corps about helpful recycling tips, with the opportunity to answer your questions.To RSVP, visit bit.ly/cd4beyondthepail. Read More
Next Saturday, January 21, 10:00AM to 1:00PM
Aurora Banquet Hall ▬ 7179 Foothill Blvd.▬ NE corner Foothill & Commerce, Tujunga
Zoning Administrator Hearing, Tuesday, February 7 @ 10:30 AM
ZA-2021-3888-ZAD AND ENV-2021-3894-CE
Address 9464 Hillhaven Ave Tujunga, CA 91042
Proposed construction of new single-family dwelling across two lots in a RE-11 zone, requesting permit to allow development on a lot fronting a street that is less than 20ft wide and to allow vehicular access from the lot to the border of the hillside area on a street not continuously improved to 20 ft. width.
Winter Classes at McGroarty Classes info: https://www.mcgroartyartscenter.org/classes-shop
LOS ANGELES – January 6, 2023 – Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced a $1 million contribution to the Gas Assistance Fund, a program that helps income-qualified customers pay their natural gas bills beginning Jan. 17. Customers will be facing bills that could be double or higher compared to last year’s winter bills.Read More
It’s been an honor serving as your Mayor over the past three weeks, which I have spent taking clear and direct action to bring our unhoused neighbors inside.
On my first day in office, I didn’t start the morning at City Hall
On Tuesday, Mayor Bass provided testimony at the Board of Supervisors meeting in favor of Chair Hahn's motion to support the City's emergency declaration and better align County resources with the City's response. The Board of Supervisors voted to install a representative of the County CEO as a Deputy Director in the City's official command structure at the Emergency Operations Center. This deep partnership will dramatically accelerate and enhance our work to save lives at a true inflection point in Los Angeles.
►► The audience of about 30 was honored to host so many LAPD personnel officers and executives:
Foothill's new Capt. Marco Lozano and Capt. Jeff Hollis; Sunland's new Senior Lead Officer (SLO) Diana Figueroa; Valley Traffic Officer Joel Flores; Head of Foothill Community Relations Sgt Jesse Ojeda; Cmdr. Valley Bureau Craig Valenzuela, and from downtown Assistant Chief Alan Hamilton.
Karen Bass is the 43rd Mayor of Los Angeles and the first woman and second African American to be elected as the city's chief executive. With an agenda focused on bringing urgency, accountability, and a new direction to Los Angeles, she will start her term with a focus on housing people immediately and increasing safety and opportunity in every part of Los Angeles.
Agenda for the December 15, 2022 L.A. Fire Safe Council Town Hall Virtual Meeting.
We hope you will join us. Our November meeting was well attended, and there was a lot of good information shared. This month's meeting promises to be just as informational.