Meeting Date: 09/14/11 05:00 PM
Meeting Type: Regular
Location: Las Palmas Sr. Center – 1820 N. Las Palmas Avenue
Details: DATE: Wednesday, September 14, 2011
LOCATION: Las Palmas Senior Center – 1820 N. Las Palmas, Hollywood 90028
TIME: 5 PM – 6:30 PM
I.) Call to Order
II.) Committee Announcements
III.) Pylons on Yucca:
Discussion of street pylons located along Yucca Street at Las Palmas and Whitley intersections and the possible repair, replacement and safety concerns related to missing pylons. Angela Motta, Field Deputy from Council District 13 (Eric Garcetti) will be attending to hear your comments, ideas and concerns regarding the existing pylons.
Possible Motion and Vote.
IV. The Jefferson 1724 Highland Ave
Presentation by Tom McCarty – The McCarty Company LLC. Discussion and possible Motion and Vote.
Application of three (3) Conditional Use Beverage (CUB) permits for a full line of alcohol service from 7AM – 2AM in conjunction with three (3) new proposed restaurants with outdoor patio dining areas along the public sidewalk at to be located at the ground floor of The Jefferson 1724 N. Highland Ave. The three restaurants would seat 473 patrons with 286 indoor seats and 112 outdoor patio seats and 34 on-site parking spaces would be designated for the restaurants use. The case no. is ZA 2011-1956.
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V. Public Comment
Emergency Services Chair Valorie Keegan: Area 3 is still experiencing theft from motor vehicles (car break-ins). Please don’t leave items visible in your cars, share this information with your neighbors. Brief discussion. If it would be helpful to put up a notice at your building, we can get a notice – flyer to you.
1.) Pylons on Yucca St.: Discussion and review with stakeholders, Angela Motta and LAPD area SLO Maggie Dillard: Pylons were originally installed for neighborhood safety and to prevent cruising. Possible options and suggestions: replace broken and missing pylons, remove pylons, better looking median alternative. Vote 13-0 Pylons should stay along Yucca St and have broken pylons replaced until some type of better looking permanent median alternative could be installed. Angela Motta stated a candlestick type pylon would be the replacement of existing broken pylons and take about 6 weeks to be installed.
Meeting adjourned at 6:30 p.m.
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