As the City composting requirements kick in, please plan to attend the virtual Town Hall on Jan 30th (see attached flyer) to learn more. LA Sanitation will also have kiosks at Beeman Park on the 21st, as well as the Farmer's Market on the 22nd and the 29th, to pass out composting countertop pails.
Volunteers are needed for LAHSA’s 2023 Homeless Count in Studio City on Tuesday, January 24th from 8pm – 12am. Accurate reporting will help Studio City receive much-needed resources.
For more information and to register to volunteer:
This week is a busy one, with Sustainability on Monday(7pm), Land Use on Wednesday (7pm) and a Special Board Meeting for the River Park Project on Thursday (7pm).
Please go to the Calendar section for agendas and Zoom login information.
The proposed Wildlife Ordinance (case numbers CPC-2022-3413-CA, CPC-2022-3712-ZC, and ENV-2022-3414-CE) will be heard by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (CPC) at the regularly scheduled meeting on December 8, 2022 at 8:30am.
The ordinance is expected to be heard in the morning. There will be a staff presentation describing current tree protections and procedures, and agenda items will follow that report. The Wildlife Ordinance is one of the first agenda items.
This proposed ordinance was previously scheduled to be heard on November 17, 2022 and was continued to the December 8 meeting. The agenda for this meeting is available here and posted with agendas at planning4la.org/hearings.
This week at the Studio City Neighborhood Council, we have Cultural Affairs on Tuesday, where we'll discusss the final prep for the Luminara event the first week of December.
Government Affairs on Wednesday will discuss City Council Re-Districting, an initiative regarding adding seats to the City Council, and interactive kiosks. Just after Government Affairs, Transportation at 7:30pm will discuss bus-only traffic lanes, no-right turn-on-red signs for the corner of Colfax and Moorpark, and possible PPD application for the neighborhood north of Sportsmen's Lodge.
Thursday will be Outreach, where we'll discuss a possible SCNC-specific Digital Communications Policy, as wwell as a November Farmer's Market event.
Go to the Calendar section for Agendas and Zoom login info. See you this week at the SCNC.
Bring your lawn chairs and blankets, and join the Studio City Neighborhood Council, along with Council District 4 and Council District 2, as we celebrate National Hispanic Hertage Month with a showing of Encanto.
Nithya Raman is scheduled to speak, and free food will be served (be sure to get your ticket at the SCNC tent).
See you this Saturday.