Undecided on Measure S (also known as the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative)?
Join the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance for a moderated conversation with experts on both sides of the issue, and hear about the implications for our environment.
Our panelists are:
Jack Humphreville, columnist for CityWatch LA and president of the Department of Water and Power Advocacy Committee
Miki Jackson, grassroots activist and consultant to AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Michael Manville, assistant professor of urban planning, UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs
Mark Vallianatos, co-founder of Abundant Housing LA and member of the Zoning Advisory Committee for re:code LA
Dr. Adonia E. Lugo, anthropologist and sustainability educator
To read the actual language of the measure, visit http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2016/16-1054_misc_12-23-16.pdf.
Please note—the NCSA has not taken a position on the measure.
The entrance to the meeting space is on Butler, just north of Olympic and on the west side of Butler, on the corner of Mississippi. There is parking on Colby, one block to the west.
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Light refreshments will be served, and as always, we strive to make our meetings zero-waste. So please bring a cup!
And thank you to the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council for their help in organizing this forum.
11505 W Olympic Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90064
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