Look out Studio City stakeholders, it's time for some SCNC updates!
First up, let's take a look at some of this week's committee meetings:
Monday, February 10 at 6:30pm, Government Affairs Committee in our conference room in Editorial 2, Room 6. CBS Studio Center. (agenda) (map)
Tuesday, February 11 at 7:30pm, Homelessness Committee in their usual meeting place at the First Christian Church on the corner of Moorpark and Colfax. (agenda)
Wednesday, February 12 at 7:00pm, Land Use Committee in the meeting room where we usually have our board meeting in building 8, room 3. CBS Studio Center. (agenda)(map)
As always, all of our meetings are open to the public, if you're attending one of the meetings on the CBS Studio Center lot, please park in the Sater lot and allow enough time to check in with security and walk directly to the meeting rooms. Maps are attached below this update.
SCNC’s Land Use Committee Chair, Lisa Karadjian would like to thank the tireless effort put forth by the Tujunga Village Neighbors in particular, Elisa Gabrielli and Julie Faubert for having filed and fought for an appeal against the Verizon Cell Tower in our neighborhood. An update will follow as soon as a final decision has been made by City Planning. Residents organizing together to have a voice in their own neighborhoods is one of the best ways local communities stay local and speaks to the purpose of the neighborhood council system.
Additionally, all involved would like to express their gratitude to Assemblymember Adrian Nazarian, Councilmember Krekorian, and their staff for their vital assistance and support. Their staff-members attendance at the hearing was greatly appreciated.
All stakeholders are welcome to attend Wednesday night's Land Use Meeting - 7PM.
Speaking of people getting involved, a reminder that we will be filling a vacant board seat for the At-large stakeholder at our monthly board meeting next week on February 19. If you'd like to throw your hat into the ring, email a brief candidate statement to our Corresponding Secretary, Alexa Steinberg. We ask that all candidates be present at the board meeting so other board members can ask questions and make an informed choice.
With that, I'll sign off for now, and leave you with a sincere thank you for the continued privilege of serving Studio City.
Studio City Neighborhood Council, President