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June Street Closures

Here is a list of the street closures happening in Council District 4 due to various street projects or events. 

 

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Reinstituting the Citywide Speed Hump Program

Due to permanent budget cuts, the 15 year old City Speed Hump Program was discontinued in 2009. DOT provided a report on October 1, 2014 that proposed a framework for a slightly modified Citywide Speed Hump Program.

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Feedback for LADWP Governance Reform Ballot Measure

The Rules, Elections, Intergovernmental Relations, and Neighborhoods (REIRN) Committee recommended the City Attorney to prepare the necessary election ordinance and resolution to place a ballot measure before voters at the November 8, 2016 general election that would amend the City Charter to reform the governance and management of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power.

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Letter to LA City Director of Planning: 8150 Project

I have serious concerns about the mass and scaling of the 8150 Sunset project and have expressed those concerns directly to the developers in the meeting my office hosted. Earlier this week we formally expressed those concerns in a letter addressed to the Director of City Planning.

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LA Times: City Council Reverses Decision on Cahuenga Pass Development

The Los Angeles City Council Friday reversed a decision that could have allowed hundreds of apartments to be built along the Cahuenga Pass, to the chagrin of a local landowner seeking more than $30 million in damages from the city.

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Street Resurfacing

Starting the week of May 15th, 2016, there will be street resurfacing work throughout Sherman Oaks.

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Letter to Los Angeles Homelessness Services Authority (LAHSA)

On Monday May 9th, 2016, my office, along with a coalition of Valley Councilmembers, sent a letter to the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) and the City Administrative Officer, Miguel Santana, to push for much needed additional funding and resources to tackle the 35% increase in homelessness in the San Fernando Valley.

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Feedback for Home-Sharing Ordinance

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STATEMENT: Ryu On Proposed Basketball Court at Runyon Canyon Park

Councilmember Ryu submitted the following letter to Mike Shull, General Manager of the Department of Recreation and Parks, regarding the proposed basketball court at Runyon Canyon:

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Councilmember Ryu on City's Planning Reform

Councilmember Ryu and other City leaders launch reforms to strengthen planning process and protect neighborhoods.

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