Raquel Beltran, the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment’s general manager, will join us for a conversation about sustainability and more. Come, and bring your questions or comments!
We’ll also talk about some proposed changes to the bylaws that have implications for committee leadership, membership, and decision-making.
Lastly, we’ll discuss and vote on our transportation committee’s recommendation to oppose Councilmember Koretz’s proposed opposition to AB 1401, which would eliminate required parking minimums near transit. (Sorry for the triple negative!) Transportation and housing activist (and former Los Feliz NC president) Luke Klipp will join us. Visit Council File 21-0002-S106 to learn more.
Join us to discuss the connection between parking, affordable housing, and the climate crisis!
You can check out the recording of the event here.
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