We are launching our committees this week and we invite you to join us. Check our calendar for meeting details.
Did you miss the December 1 Harbor Community Plan Update? No worries, you can watch it now here!
This fall, City Planning will host Planning 101 training sessions focusing on the topics of project and community planning.
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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.
What does the Planning & Land Use Committee Do:
The committee makes recommendations to the Board on Planning and Land Use Issues, including the following:
- Proposed Zoning Changes
- Affordable Housing Projects
- Large Developments that are NOT allowed “by right”
- Updates to the Harbor Gateway Community Plan
- Two other Community Plans for the Harbor Gateway North Area
- Proposals related to Land Use and the Impact of Development on Health & Welfare of Stakeholders
Committee members are expected to listen to the detail of land use proposal presented by applicants for projects in the Harbor Gateway North, to fairly evaluate the impact of the projects on the surrounding neighborhoods, and to make recommendations for improvements to the project proposals.
The Committee then makes it recommendations to the full HGNNC Board, whose members vote on its position to support or oppose the proposed project.
The Committee meets the First Saturday of Each Month.
If you are interested in joining the PLU Committee or would like further information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org NO later than Monday, September 2nd, 2019 by 5pm.
This is your opportunity to call your Senators and those on the Housing and Judiciary Committees to voice your opposition by submitting on the website no later than this Thursday May 30th if possible.
Speakers warned that while the bill is currently not being considered it will likely come back and opponents need to be ready for the next round.