The Coalition to Preserve LA invites the public to the San Fernando Valley Town Hall, where residents can share their experiences battling City Hall and developers — and meet other citizens who have been fighting the same fight. It’s an important way to let your voices be heard and connect with others.
The Coalition to Preserve LA sponsors the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, which will return power to communities.
The San Fernando Valley Town Hall will be held at Sportsmen’s Lodge at 12825 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City, on Saturday, October 22 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Numerous oversized mega-developments that need profitable spot-zoning favors from City Hall have been proposed for the Valley, including:
- Redevelopment of the historic Sunkist property at 14130 Riverside Drive in Sherman Oaks with nearly 300 residential units;
- The gigantic NoHo West mixed-use development in North Hollywood with 642 luxury residential units proposed for 6150 Laurel Canyon Boulevard;
- The oversized Clarendon apartments with 335 units at 22055-22147 Clarendon Street in Woodland Hills near Topanga Canyon Boulevard and next to the 101 Freeway.
The San Fernando Valley Town Hall will feature Coalition to Preserve LA leaders Jill Stewart and Jay Beeber; Sherman Oaks Homeowners Association president Richard Close; and Crenshaw Subway Coalition executive director Damien Goodmon.
Co-sponsors are the Studio City Residents Association, Chase Knolls Residents and Neighbors Association, the San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Coalition, and North Hills West Homeowners Group.
Please RSVP by October 21 by email. Send to Madayln Barber at email@example.com.
Parking is available at Sportsmen’s Lodge. Just enter off Ventura Boulevard and drive to the back lot near a fence.
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