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the impacts of independent retail uses on the social fabric of a community and report on the levels of economic, social, and cultural activity such
uses support, including the number of jobs per square foot and the diversity of residents; and, in consultation with the City Attorney, report on the feasibility of using zoning and other land use planning tools to encourage the siting of independent retail uses on Ocean Front Walk in the Venice community.
findings, report from the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (LACPC) and proposed ordinance relative to amending the Central City West Specific
Plan's affordable housing requirements, for the area located immediately west of downtown Los Angeles, comprising of approximately 491 acres bounded generally by the Hollywood Freeway (US-101) on the north, the Harbor Freeway (SR-110) on the east, Olympic Boulevard on the south, and Glendale Boulevard and Union Avenue on the west.
CD 6 TIME LIMIT AND LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 4/17/19 Categorical Exemption from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to State
CEQA Guidelines, Article 19, Section 15332, Class 32, and related CEQA findings, report from the South Valley Area Planning Commission (SVAPC) and draft Ordinances relative to effectuating a Zone Change from RA-1 to (T)(Q)RD3-1 for the first five lots to a depth of 163.4- feet post-dedication on the northern portion of the site closest to Roscoe Boulevard and from RA-1 to (T)(Q)RD5-1 for the four lots on the remaining southern portion of the site; and a Building Line removal of the 25-foot building line along Roscoe Boulevard established under Ordinance No. 96753; for the demolition of an existing single-family dwelling and construction, use and maintenance of nine single-family dwellings, with a proposed maximum height of 26 feet and six inches, with Lots 1-5 to include 2-story, 2,264 square-foot single-family dwellings and Lots 6-9 to include 2-story, 2,829 square-foot dwellings, with the proposed unit density based on the (T)(Q)RD3-1 and (T) (Q)RD5-1 Zones, and access to the residential subdivision by means of a proposed 20-foot wide community driveway access and 8-foot sidewalk from Roscoe Boulevard, for the property located at 17210 West Roscoe Boulevard, subject to the modified Conditions of Approval of the SVAPC on December 13, 2018.
Mitigated Negative Declaration, Mitigation Measures, Mitigation Monitoring Program and related California Environmental Quality Act findings, and
reports from the Mayor and the Los Angeles City Planning Commission (LACPC) relative to a Resolution for a General Plan Amendment to the Arleta-Pacoima Community Plan from Low Residential to Limited Industrial, and a draft Ordinance for a Vesting Zone Change from R1-1-CUGU to (T) [Q]MR1-1-CUGU subject to (T) and [Q] conditions for the demolition of an existing one-story, approximately 940 square-foot single-family dwelling; and the construction, use and maintenance of a one-story, approximately 21-feet 4-inches in height, 1,940 square-foot commissary / food catering establishment for the film and television industry, which will include a catering
TIME LIMIT: 4/07/19; LAST DAY FOR COUNCIL ACTION: 4/05/19 Categorical Exemption from California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) pursuant to CEQA
Guidelines under Class 32, Article III, Section 1, and Class 3, Category 1, and related CEQA findings; and appeals filed by Stephen DeCordova, Graham Streeter and Alex Lebosq, Kulap Vilaysack and Scott Aukerman, Erin Burke, and Matt Sims from the determination of the Board of Building and Safety Commissioners in approving the following three applications, subject to Conditions of Approval:
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Nam, Eric North Valley 12 Asian Pacific Islander M 30-Jun-23
Garcia, Aura M. North Valley 7 Latina F 30-Jun-22
Diaz, Martina North Valley 7 Latina F 30-Jun-21
Sampson, Victor CaucasianNorth Valley 12 M 30-Jun-19
Tuesday - April 2, 2019 - PAGE 7
ARAZ PARSEGHIAN, MBA
Objective: To obtain a position that will enable me to use my strong organizational skills, strong educational background, and ability to work well
with people. Solid background in management and leadership skills, consistently setting myself to exceed and develop to better my surroundings. Strong skills in developing and implementing standardized policies and procedures while creating a positive work environment. Entrepreneurial experiences have given me the ability to prioritization and work efficiently with accountability.
Woodbury University MBA Association - Senior Vice President/Event Coordinator Woodbury University Alumni - Member ATF-US Citizens Academy - Alumni
Glendale Police Citizens Academy - Alumni Volunteer Network Director with First Federal Bank of California Member of Armenian National Committee of America Member of the Glendale Board of Realtors Member of the Sunland-Tujunga Chamber of Commerce Member of the Glendale Chamber of Commerce
My name is Araz Parseghian and I have lived in the Northeast Valley with my wife and two kids for the past 15 years. I have worked in the field of
finance for over 20 years now and I m proud of my success, which I attribute to my attention to detail, hard work ethic, and desire to learn more each and every day. I also hold a real estate license and have earned my Mortgage Loan Officer license and have been working alongside a broker for the past 3 years. I have always been driven to serve my community and this why I currently serve on the Los Angeles Valley College Foundation Boards as a board member, Community Outreach Committee chair and most recently appointed to the Audit Committee. I also serve on a police foundation board and have Chaired the Finance and Budget Committee for many years. I have also given back to my community in many other capacities such as serving on the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council Board for two terms and serving on Professional Child Development Associates (PCDA) Board. Serving on the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council, I learned about the importance of having a responsive and transparent government that meets the needs of the community. Through my service on the Board of the Los Angeles Valley College Foundation I am immersed in education issues at all levels. Being an advocate for education and higher learning, I have earned my Bachelor of Science in Management and Leadership and I also hold a Masters in Business Administrations (MBA) degree. As an entrepreneur and a former small business owner, I have gained a unique perspective that helps with strategic decision making. As an ATF Citizens Academy graduate (A Federal Agency) and through my current service as a Board Member for the Glendale Police Foundation, I am active, current and knowledgeable of law enforcement issues. My many years of involvement in the community, combined with my experiences as a parent and a professional in the field of finance, make me a well-rounded person. Lastly, I serve on the Van Nuys Airport Citizens Advisory Council.
I am pleased to inform you that I hereby appoint you to the North Valley Area Planning Commission for the term ending June 30, 2020. In order to
complete the process as quickly as possible, there are several steps that must be taken, many of which require visiting City Hall. If you require parking during these procedures, please call Claudia Luna in my office at (213) 978-0621 to make arrangements for you.
To begin the appointment process, please review, sign and return the enclosed Remuneration Form, Undated Separation Forms, Background Check Release
and Information Sheet within one week of receiving this letter. These documents are necessary to ensuring the most efficient, open and accountable City government possible. Further, Mayor s Office policy requires you to be fingerprinted as part of the background check that is done on all potential Commissioners. To do so, please bring this letter to the Background Unit of Employment Services Division, Personnel Department Building, 700 East Temple Street, Room 235, Los Angeles, California 90012. The division phone number is (213) 473-9343. Fingerprints must be taken within three working days from the receipt of this letter.
Under separate cover you will be receiving a packet from the City Ethics Commission containing information about the City s conflict of interest laws
and a copy of the State Form 700/Statement of Economic Interests. You are required to complete and return this form within 21 days of your nomination to the City Ethics Commission, 200 North Spring Street, City Hall, 24th Floor, Los Angeles, California 90012. Any inquiries regarding this form should be directed to Nicole Enriquez at the Ethics Commission at (213) 978-1960.
As part of the City Council confirmation process, you will need to meet with Monica Rodriguez, your Councilmember, and Councilmember Marqueece
Harris-Dawson, the Chair of the Planning and Land Use Management Committee, to answer any questions they may have. You will be hearing from a City Council committee clerk who will let you know when your appointment will be considered by the Planning and Land Use Management Committee. Sometime thereafter, you will be notified by the committee clerk when your appointment will be presented to the full City Council for confirmation. Once you are confirmed, you will be required to take the oath of office in the City Clerk s Office in Room 395 of City Hall. Claudia Luna will assist you during the confirmation process if you have questions.