February 1, 2012 GB Agenda
Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Governing Board
February 1st, 2012 7:00pm
Micheltorena School Auditorium
1511 Micheltorena St
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TIMES ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY. ITEMS MAY BE ADDRESSED OUT OF THE ORDER LISTED.
ALL ITEMS MAY BE ACTED UPON WHETHER SPECIFCALLY LISTED FOR ACTION OR NOT.
I. Call to Order 7:00
II.Roll Call 7:02
III. Approval of January 4th, 2011 Minutes 7:05
IV. Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items 7:10
VI. Special Reports & Presentations
a. Tom LaBonge CD 4 – Representative 7:25
b. Eric Garcetti, CD 13 – Representative 7:30
c. Assemblyman Gatto – Representative 7:35
d. Assemblyman Cedillo – Representative 7:40
e. Catherine Bator – Metro’s Westside/CentralServiceCouncil 7:45
f. Susana Furfari – Principal Micheltorena Elementary School 7:50
g. Anthony Crump-Sunset Blvd/Griffith Park Blvd.Project 7:55
VII. Report of Officers 8:10
VIII.Consent Agenda 8:20
a. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally request that LADWP provide air quality testing during tunneling and regulating station construction.
b. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally request that the LADWP do crack and dig rather than pound during tunneling and regulating station construction.
c. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally request that the LADWP provide noise testing and mitigation during tunneling and regulating station construction.
d. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally request that the LADWP provide on-site electrical power in lieu of diesel or gas fueled generators during tunneling and regulating station construction.
e. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally requests that the LADWP not use Rados Construction Company.
f. Motion: the SLNC Reservoir Complex Committee moves that the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council formally requests that the LADWP provide soil testing before tunneling.
IX. New Business
a. Discussion and possible action : GGPNC – GGPNC / SLNC Boundary Change (proposal to annex portion of neighborhood currently in different NC) 8:30
b. Discussion and possible action: Lukens – Replacing SLNC Fax Service (proposal to replace existing fax service for SLNC) 8:55
X.Committee Reports 9:15
a. Parks and Green Spaces/Beautification (Cunningham)
b. Outreach (Ralph/Hutchinson)
c. Friends of Animals (Nahum)
d. Urban Design & Preservation (Bougart-Sharkov)
e. History Collective (Masterson)
f. Arts & Culture (Vacant)
g. Community Liaison (Vacant)
h. Public Safety (Trujillo/Herman-Wurmfeld)
i. Governmental Affairs(Neuman)
j. Budget & Finance (Crump)
k. Youth & Families
l. Transportation and Public Works (Millar)
XII. Agenda Items for next meeting
1. All items not acted upon by 10:00 p.m. will be carried over to the next meeting
Process for Reconsideration – The Board may reconsider and amend actions listed on the agenda if that reconsideration takes place immediately following the original action or at the next regular meeting. The Board, on either of these two days, shall: 1) make a Motion to Reconsider and, if approved, 2) hear the matter and take an action. If the Motion to Reconsider is to be scheduled at the next meeting following the original action, then two items shall be placed on the agenda for that meeting: 1) a Motion to Reconsider on the described matter and, 2) a [Proposed] Action should the Motion to Reconsider be approved. A Motion to Reconsider can only be made by a Board Member who has previously voted on the prevailing side of the original action. If a Motion to Reconsider is not made on the date the action was taken, then a Board Member on the prevailing side of the action must submit a memorandum to the Secretary identifying the matter to be reconsidered and a brief description of the reason(s) for requesting reconsideration at the next regular meeting. The aforesaid shall be in compliance with the Brown Act.
- SLNC Town Hall Meeting: New Information from LADWP
- Illegal “Pot Speakeasy” Raises Concerns
- Community Tours Proposed Reservoir Walkway
- Spotlight on SLNC’s Homelessness in Silver Lake Committee
- Tenants of the Trees Complaints Mount
- Board Green-Lights “Green” Initiatives
Dakota Pipeline Protestors in Pershing Square, Nov. 15, 2016 (Photo by Julia Wick/LAist)
Read article here.
- Residents Ask for More Transparency in Future of Reservoir Complex
- Water Flows, Community Celebrates
- Congressman Schiff Names SLNC Co-chair Silver Lake’s Woman of the Year
- Monsanto’s Roundup Weed Killer Banned in Reservoir Areas
- Community Support Drives King Middle School Grant Win
- Have a Ball… or 400,000
- Community Voices Concerns about Proposed Development
- Spotlight on Urban Design and Planning Committee
- SLNC to Sponsor Taste of the Eastside
- Keeping Silver Lake Beautiful: Project Updates
- SLNC 50+ Committee Sponsors Emergency Training
- Owlets Hatch in Silver Lake
- Reminder: No Dogs In the Meadow
- SLNC-sponsored Wild Flowers in Full Bloom
- Thomas Starr King Heads to Finals for $25,000 Grant
- New Overnight Parking Restrictions on Silver Lake Boulevard
- Rowena: Let There Be Lights
- SLNC Funds Homeless Outreach Grant, Reinstates Adopt-A-Stair Program
- Standing Room Only at CD13 Candidate Forum
- SLNC Elects Terry Jackson Treasurer
- Community Issues Tackled in Vision & Goals Meeting
- Education and Friends of Animals Committees Elect New Co-chairs; SLNC Appoints New Secretary
- First Committee Meeting to Ensure HHH Homeless Funds Are Used Effectively
- Silver Lake LGBTQ Author and Historian Stuart Timmons Dies
- LAPD: Update on Silver Lake Burglaries
- SLNC Supports Free Legal Assistance for Immigrants Facing Deportation
- Volunteers Needed for Reservoir
- Rowena “Road Diet” Update
- SLNC Remembers 50th Anniversary of First LGBT Civil Rights Demonstration, Which Took Place in Silver Lake
- Silver Lake in the News
- SLNC Six-Month Report
- Homeless in Silver Lake Committee Supports PATH Initiatives
- Board Appoints New Board Member for Region 1, Appoints Aging and Film Liaisons
- Impact of Oakland Fire: Is Silver Lake Ready?
- SLNC Affirms Support of DWP Reservoir Commitments
- Fighting Out-of-Scale Development
- SLNC Tackles Potholes
- LADWP Confirms Reservoir Will be Refilled to Historic Level
- Past SLNC News and Articles
- Free Legal Services for Vets