-Welcome and Introduction
-Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items
Information Item One: Presentation by Matthew Hayden of Three6ixty Consulting regarding construction of 137 multi-family rental units on approximately 55,000 sf lot in the R4-1 zone located at 8740 La Tijera.
-Public comment on Information Item One.
-Committee discussion of Information Item One.
Information Item Two: Presentation by Donna Tripp of Craig Lawson & Company on behalf of 6733 So. Sepulveda Blvd. Associates, LLC regarding a multi-family residential project with 200 rental units and 147,000 sf excluding two levels of underground parking and residents' amenity deck.
-Public comment on Information Item Two.
-Committee discussion of Information Item Two.
Information Item Three: Presentation by Genevieve Liang of Mirasol Development, LLC regarding proposed development of a solar photovoltaic project on Thornburn bounded by La Tijera and La Cienega.
-Public comment on Information Item Three.
-Committee Discussion of Information Item Three.
Planning and Land Use Committee on Dec 16, 2014
Public Comment Request
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