Join us for the December 6th community open house re the South and Southeast community plans

Fill the Pit at Sherman Way and Mason Ave

Support more housing construction in the Valley! This proposed mixed-use project at the intersection of Sherman Way and Mason Ave will provide 52 market rate units and 9 dedicated affordable low income units, replacing a long-vacant lot. It will also provide a restaurant establishment. It is located near Pierce College and Warner Center, providing good access to employment, education, and other amenities. The project has been approved by the planning committee in Winnetka but was shot down in the general meeting because of 1-4 very vocal community members. We need to show the Winnetka Neighborhood Council Board that there are people who DO support the project and want to see more housing built in the area. Let them know by clicking the link below. Or, if you would like to tell the Board in person, attend the meeting on Tuesday, December 13, 2016 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm at 20122 Vanowen St,Canoga Park, CA 91306 (next to Winnetka Bowl).

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Two more projects needing our help: 11147 N. Woodley Ave and 3240 Wilshire Blvd

Help us support two more proposed housing developments in LA: 418 market rate units and 22 dedicated very low income units at 11147 N Woodley Ave in the Valley, and 491 market rate units and 54 dedicated very low income units at 3240 Wilshire Blvd in K-town! Write to the city of LA in support!

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Support greater density by joining us on December 6th at the open house for the new South and Southeast community plans
Abundant Housing LA will be advocating for pro-housing development policies at the December 6th Open House regarding the South Los Angeles and Southeast Los Angeles Community Plans. The existing Community Plans were last adopted in the year 2000 and are being updated to reflect current policies and conditions and to address community issues related to land use. The Proposed Plans update the goals and policies of the community plan and implement programs through a series of Zone Changes and Land Use Changes, including the adoption of a Community Plan Implementation Overlay District (CPIO) for each Community Plan. This is a great opportunity for Abundant Housing LA members to stress the importance of building more housing in the community in order to increase livability in South Los Angeles and Southeast Los Angeles and lower rents. Join us on December 6th at 5:00 PM at the Los Angeles Trade Tech College Outdoor Event Tent (behind Aspen Hill). More information here.
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