INFO ALERT – LA County Arts Fee item pulled from Tomorrow’s Agenda!

Posted October 30th, 2018 | Status:

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INFO ALERT – LA County Arts Fee item pulled from tomorrow’s Planning Commission agenda!

BizFed received notice late this evening that the LA County Planning Commission has rescheduled taking action on including multi-family residential development to the Private Development Arts Fee for Unincorporated Areas of LA County. The new hearing date is scheduled for Wednesday, November 28th at 9am.

According to this memo produced by LA County staff (CLICK HERE) including residential development to the arts fee will only generate $600,000 a year in revenue however its impacts to LA County residents will cost many times more as housing becomes even less affordable.

Thank you to those leaders who have submitted comments and who committed to testify tomorrow. We will still need that energy and enthusiasm leading up to the November 28th meeting to articulate that adding this arts fee will contribute to our housing affordability and housing supply crisis.

Stay tuned and stay informed.

MEETING DETAILS
WHAT: RESCHEDULED LA County Planning Commission Meeting – Private Developer Arts Fee  
WHEN: Wednesday, November 28, Meeting starts at 9:00 a.m.
WHERE: Department of Regional Planning- Hearing Room 150,  320 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
PARKING & TRANSIT: Parking at Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, 555 W Temple St. If you take public transit ride the Metro Red and Purple Lines to Civic Center/Grand Park Station, exit Temple Street.

 

DON’T FORGET TO VOTE NOVEMBER 6TH!

Click on the images above to go to their respective websites for more information and have yourself or organizations sign up to support these propositions.

BizFed says YES on Propositions 1 & 2 (twitter: #cayesonprop1 #cayesonprop2) which would fund the construction of real affordable housing for Veterans, Families, Seniors and Homeless throughout the State through bonds. 

BizFed says NO on Proposition 10 (twitter: #Noprop10which would not create any affordable housing and would enable local cities the choice to enact rent control by repealing a key law that protects property owners and tenants.

Thank You
Jerard Wright
http://bizfed.nationbuilder.com/

 

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