At our January 11, 2022 Meeting the Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council voted to support the creation of a pocket park at 809-813 W. 165th Place across from the Environmental Charter Middle School.
Public comment is due by October 4, 4pm on this proposed project: 53-foot tall, 340,298- square-foot warehouse/manufacturing/high-cube warehouse/distribution center with a total of 194 automobile parking spaces and 32 bicycle parking spaces (Project). The Project also includes 36 dock high truck loading positions and parking for up to 71 trailers.
August 1, 10am: Representatives from Prologis will describe their proposed warehouse project at 15116-15216 S. Vermont Avenue; 747-861 W. Redondo Beach Blvd. (ENV-2017-1015-EIR) in District 3, including the Initial Study and EIR process. After their presentation, there will be time to ask questions.
At our March 10, 2020 Board Meeting we voted to send a letter to City Planning regarding scoping elements to be considered in the Environmental Impact Report to be developed for the proposed Prologis project at Vermont and Redondo, 747-861 W. Redondo Beach Blvd.
Submit your Public Comment Until March 9 on the proposed 53-foot tall, 340,298 square-foot warehouse/manufacturing/high-cube warehouse/distribution center.
If you live, work or own property in District 1, we have a seat for you! Please complete the HGNNC District 1 Rep Application and email it by August 9 for consideration at our August 15 meeting.
Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council (HGNNC) teamed with Councilmember Joe Buscaino (Dist. 15) to sponsor 54 fifth grade students and two teachers from Gardena Elementary School for an educational site visit to City Hall on November 30, 2018.
Students visited City Council Chambers, where the Councilman introduced them and took a group photo, then on to the Board of Public Works Hearing Room where they saw the Commissioners in action at their regular meeting. They got an introduction to how city government works and how they can help improve the quality of life in their neighborhood as good citizens. The visit included a tour of the Tom Bradley Room, where students learned about and saw photographs of every Mayor of the City of Los Angeles.
Lunch and recreation at Grand Park near City Hall ended the visit. Students will submit reports on lessons learned to HGNNC before the holiday break. Many thanks for your support to Councilmember Buscaino’s staff and Aksel Palacios, Planning Deputy, Kevin James, Public Works Board President, Octaviano Rios, of EmpowerLA, Pamela Thornton, HGNNC President, Richard Lee, HGNNC Youth Advocate, Dr. (s) Blanca Cantu and Elda Pech, Gardena Elementary Principal and Assistant Principal, respectively, and 5th grade teachers Mrs. Valenzuela and Ms. Perez.
Audio of Public Works Commission Meeting Students are introduced around 00:34
HGNNC has taken the position that “the Mitigated Negative Declaration is completely inadequate and incomplete and that the over-all proposed Project is incompatible and objectionable in many respects with the location and existing uses.”
The AQMD issued a letter with findings of more traffic from the Prologis project than the EIR and recommends mitigation steps including the use of newer trucks.
The Daily Breeze reports that residents are requesting a full environmental review of the proposed 406,422 square foot warehouse planned to operate around the clock.