The Coalition to Preserve LA invites the public to the Wilshire-Hollywood Town Hall in Hancock Park, 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. We already held a well-attended Town Hall in the San Fernando Valley, and it was a smashing success.
The Wilshire-Hollywood Town Hall will be held at 3rd Street Elementary School at 201 S. June Street in Hancock Park on Saturday, November 19 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 Wilshire-Hollywood area, including:
- Billionaire Rick Caruso’s 333 La Cienega mega-project with a luxury housing skyscraper that’s located at the gridlocked intersection of La Cienega and San Vicente boulevards;
- The controversial 27-story luxury housing skyscraper in Koreatown that the City Council and mayor rammed through the city’s rigged development approval process;
- The oversized redevelopment, with a 15-story office tower, of the Paramount Pictures lot next to a residential community in Larchmont Village.
The Town Hall will feature Coalition to Preserve LA leaders Jill Stewart and Jay Beeber; Beverly Wilshire Homes Assn. board member and former L.A. city planner Dick Platkin; and others.
Please RSVP by November 18 by email. Send to Madayln Barber at email@example.com.
There will be free limited parking at the school and free street parking.
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