You are cordially invited…
Bel Air/Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council will be honoring Zev Yaroslavsky at our October board meeting.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
6:30 – 9:00pm
Mulholland Tennis Club
2555 Crest View Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90046
The evening will be honoring County Supervisor, Zev Yaroslavsky. Zev will be completing his fifth term this December, representing the Third Supervisorial District of Los Angeles County. Yaroslavsky has been a longtime environmental advocate, most notably restricting development and preserving open space in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Please RSVP to (310) 479-6247.
West LA Night – Saturday, November 1, 2014
Join Sharon Stone and the West LA Community Police Station for this amazing fundraiser.
Afternoon rush hour speeds on the northbound 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass appear to have stayed relatively constant—or perhaps gotten a bit slower—in the year following the full opening of a new carpool lane at the heart of a $1 billion-plus improvement project, according to a recent two-week sample by a traffic monitoring firm.
But given the increase in cars on the road due to an improving economy, just staying even may be an accomplishment, according to analysts at INRIX, which monitors traffic for clients including government agencies and media organizations.
The firm looked at afternoon travel times on the northbound 405 between the 10 and the 101 this September, when the new carpool lane was fully open for business, and the same period last year, when only a 1.7-mile stretch of the new lane was in use. INRIX did not have a measurement of travel times during the same period in 2009, before the project started. Caltrans and Metro said they were unable to immediately provide their own travel time statistics for either the 2013 or 2014 period, or for the same period in 2009, before the project began. Read more »
On Tuesday, the City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee heard a Planning Department report on the City’s Baseline Mansionization Ordinance (BMO) and the Department’s Neighborhood Conservation Initiative.
While the Planning Department begins work to close loopholes in the BMO and develop additional neighborhood conservation tools, the report recognizes that certain specific communities may need immediate relief.
The report will return to the Committee prior to moving to full Council for adoption.
Below you will find the parking relaxation memo for the upcoming Jewish High Holiday.
The Department of Transportation, Parking Enforcement and Traffic Control Division will relax enforcement of street cleaning, time limit, and preferential parking restrictions on certain city streets for the Jewish holidays.
Metered parking and Tow Away zones will still be enforced.
JEWISH HOLIDAYS 2014 ROSH HASHANAH YOM KIPPUR SUKKOT AND SIMCHAT TORAH