“The economic empowerment of buy back the block is something I’ve advocated our Board and stakeholders to consider,” said HGNNC President Pamela Thornton.
There will be a special meeting of the Cannabis Regulation Commission on Thursday, February 28, 2019 at 2 p.m. in the John Ferraro Council Chamber, Room 340, inside City Hall at 200 North Spring Street. The highlight on the agenda is to discuss enforcement of unlicensed dispensaries. This is a major problem in HGNNC. You may wish to attend and speak up!
The Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council Planning and Land Use Committee has started to review the Harbor Gateway Community Plan which was last updated in 1995. The Department of City Planning will be visiting the Harbor Gateway North area to discuss the Community Plan update process sometime in September. In the meantime, here is the link to the current Plan (which also covers the Harbor Gateway South area). For those of you living between Artesia and 120th Street in the Harbor Gateway Plan area, we want to hear your comments on what you like about our neighborhoods as they are and what improvements you would like to see for the next 25 years. The Plan update process is expected to take place over about a four year period.
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 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.