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Co-Chair: Sheila Irani
Co-Chair: Erin Penner
Brandi D'Amore
Adam Miller
Jeff Ramberg

Please contact the Chair for information regarding the next meeting.

Meets the 2nd Monday of the month at 6:0pm unless otherwise noted on the Calendar of Board Events on the home page

Here are the City's drone laws adopted in 2015.

The Hollywood Fault — Prudent Steps Forward in 2015
by Robert H. Sydnor
California Certified Engineering Geologist #968
November 20, 2014
prepared for: Hollywood United Neighborhood Council

Prepared by Erik Sanjurjo, VP of Hollywood United NC

The Agenda will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled meeting at the designated sites as listed at the bottom of the Home Page.


MONDAY, JUNE, 11, 2018, 6:00pm to 6:59pm

MONDAY, JUNE, 11, 2018, 7:00PM 

Both Committee meetings at:   
1800 N. BRONSON AVENUE, L.A., CA 90028
Second Floor Conference Room

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Note: Agenda items may be taken out of order or merged as deemed appropriate by the Committee. Action may be taken on all items.

Public Safety, Works, & Transportation Committee 6:00pm to 6:59pm
1. Roll Call
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Public Comment on items not on the Agenda (2 minutes each)
4. Possible update on homeless encampment on Carlos and Tamarind
5. Proposal to offer free showers to homeless; discuss budget and move to finance a pilot this fiscal year at 7th Day Adventist with Million Drops and Shower of Hope
6. Discuss promotion of self-defense course June 23
7. Utility box paint project: list locations and discussion regarding reach out to artists
8. Discussion regarding definition and mission of committee, ie public safety, works, transportation.  Method to reorganize priorities.  Discuss option of moving PSW&T meeting to the fourth Thursday of the month or another day so as not to be constrained to one hour due to sharing meeting day with Renters & Housing Committee
9. Committee Member announcements on items within the Committee’s purview but not on the Agenda (2 minutes each)
10. Old/Ongoing Business
11. New/Future Business

Renters and Housing Issues Committee 7:00pm
1. Roll Call
2. Approval of Minutes
3. Public Comment on items not on the Agenda (2 minutes each)
4. Update on Villa Carlotta  and status as a "Residential Hotel Living", extended-stay property, possible motion
Packet available on HUNC PLUM Committee page at
5. Discuss function of LGBTQIA liaison and assistance with a forum.
6. Discuss the mission and focus of the Committee including future and ongoing goals, yearly budget (Events, Actions, Grants, etc.) event ideas, community improvements or funding of local organizations
7. Discussion and possible vote regarding outreach items including but not limited to: an informational Renters Brochure; magnet;, notepads; whistle and lanyard; etc.  Up to $1500
8. Committee Member announcements on items within the Committee’s purview but not on the Agenda (2 minutes each)
9. Old/Ongoing Business
10. New/Future Business

A simple majority vote by the Board members present, not including abstentions, at a meeting at which there is a quorum, shall be required to take official action, unless specified otherwise in the Bylaws (  )
Reconsideration: The Board may reconsider and amend its action on items listed on the agenda if that reconsideration takes place before the end of the meeting at which it was considered or at the next regular meeting. The Board, on either of these two days, shall: (1) Make a Motion for Reconsideration and, if approved, (2) hear the matter and take an action.  If the motion to reconsider an action is to be scheduled at the next meeting following the original action, then two items shall be placed on the agenda for that meeting: (1) A Motion for Reconsideration on the described matter and (2) a [Proposed] action should the motion to reconsider be approved.  A Motion for Reconsideration can only be made by a Board member who has previously voted on the prevailing side of the original action taken. If a Motion for Reconsideration is not made on the date the action was taken, then a Board member on the prevailing side of the action must submit a memorandum to the Recording Secretary identifying the matter to be reconsidered and a brief description of the reason(s) for requesting reconsideration at the next regular meeting. The aforesaid shall all be in compliance with the Ralph M. Brown Act.



Existing and Proposed Cell Tower Sites Bronson area

Packet for PSW&T Committee meeting 11/9/15



3-25-14 Meeting with Daniel Halden, HUNC reps and Oaks Reps regarding Franklin/Argyle intersection

Group met and discussed ways to improve traffic flow along Franklin Ave. and at 101 N. Ramp at Argyle.

IDEA #1- On westbound Franklin investigate acquiring a portion of the property on the NE corner of intersection with Argyle (next to mini mall) to add a third lane for traffic intending to turn right or enter onto the freeway. Other two lanes should remain as is, first going straight and second one given option of going straight or turning onto onramp, which has two lanes and could accommodate another lane.

IDEA #2- Extend light for north/south traffic on Argyle at intersection with Vine and Dix streets. Light for east/west traffic is timed for far too long given how few cars travel in this direction compared to Argyle.

IDEA #3- Eliminate the U-turn for eastbound traffic along Franklin onto 101 N. A large part of the reason why this intersection is so dangerous is that cars pile up along Franklin to get onto the 101 and often block first eastbound lane. They also present a danger for westbound vehicles whose drivers have to keep alert to make sure not to collide with them. With a large number of new vehicle trips expected from the new Millennium project, this intersection needs our renewed attention. Big potential impact.

IDEA #3b- As an alternative to turning north onto Argyle to enter the 101 N., install new signage on south side of Franklin west of Argyle directing eastbound traffic south along Argyle, onto Yucca and then right onto Cahuenga headed north. New signs should also be installed near Franklin and Bronson directing cars south on Van Ness to the 101 S. Will help to mitigate the removal of the U turn in #3.

IDEA #4- Move “101 North” sign on Argyle entrance to 101 higher up. Is hard to see from far away now.

IDEA #5- Add a crosswalk along the north side of Franklin between east and west sides of Argyle, just below freeway entrance, in order to allow access to nearby Ivar Park by local residents. Will also make it easier for residents on south side of street to cross Franklin and make it over to park, without having to walk all the way over to Cahuenga or else risk jaywalking, as many do now.


Emergency Preparedness


Fire Safety/Access Sub-Committee
Co-Chair Susan Swan

update on the Fire/Safety Access Town Hall   August 24th, 2004

update: review of LAFD maps

2.2.06  Audit by Laura Chick of the Los Angeles Fire Department

Red Flag No-Parking Priority Program

As information becomes available to us,  we will link to it from the homepage.  For now,  read the background on this issue by clicking here


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