The developer of the Grinder property is bringing his team to KHG’s board meeting next week on Tuesday, February 13th.
Come out and get the latest updates on this project. Bring your questions, concerns and/or kudos and be heard. The developer recently reported that he expects approval soon from the City. This might be your last chance to be heard.
Councilman Bonin is hosting a community meeting to get input on whether to extend temporary restrictions on “mansionization” from 45 days to 2 years in Mar Vista, East Venice and Kentwood. Each of these neighborhoods is currently subject to an “interim control ordinance” or ICO while the city updates the citywide mansionization rules.
From Councilman Bonin:
“This is a very controversial item, and I’ve heard from many of you on both sides of this issue. On the one hand, long-time residents and homeowners who cherish and value their neighborhoods are upset when existing houses are demolished to make way for large structures, often out of proportion with the rest of the block and out of sync with the neighborhood’s character. On the other hand, some property owners feel such rules diminish their property values by preventing them from building suitable homes for their growing families or by restricting their investment or their right to build as they see fit on their property.Continue reading Councilman Bonin Seeks Your Input On Mansionization Rules
There will be a public hearing on Thursday, March 26th regarding development regulations for the LAX Northside Sub-Area of of the LAX Specific Plan affecting the area generally bounded by Sepulveda Westway and Sepulveda Blvd. to the east, LAX to the south, Pershing Drive to the west and 91st/Manchester/88th to the north.
The meeting will be held at LA City Hall at 200 North Spring Street, Room 1050, and will start at 9:30 a.m.
“The purpose of the hearing is to obtain testimony from affected and/or interested persons regarding this project. The decision maker will consider all the testimony presented at the hearing, written communication received prior to or at the hearing, and the merits of the project as it relates to existing environmental and land use regulations. After the hearing, the Hearing Officer will prepare a report, including a recommendation, which will be considered by the City Planning Commission at a later date.”