More than 400 Angelenos, Businesses Unify In Message: Venice Needs Urgent Attention

(Editor’s note: This article reprinted with permission. Venice Current Editor Jamie Paige said “The originator of this letter is still taking signatures if anyone from Pacific Palisades is interested”  info@venicecurrent.com. One can see the people who have signed Click here.

VENICE – Almost 400 Angelenos, businesses and organizations joined together Thursday to ask city leaders take a more decisive action to address crime and other quality-of-life issues that they say is jeopardizing the Venice Beach Boardwalk.

A letter sent to city and county leaders is urging them to provide shelter and services to the more than 200 individuals who have set up tents and structures on Venice Beach and its boardwalk park during the pandemic.

The letter asserts that there is widespread anxiety over public safety, cleanliness and other quality of life issues that are contributing to deteriorating conditions on the Boardwalk.

Along with asking to provide housing–the letter asks to make safety its highest priority as summer visitors begin to return.

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1 Response to More than 400 Angelenos, Businesses Unify In Message: Venice Needs Urgent Attention

  1. Charlie Manfred says:

    Mr. Bonin has a misguided sense of solutions to serious crisis and I am disappointed to say the least, in his desire, and as of yet, terrible record, to social engineer the westside out of safety and a good life. Pls fill out this biased questionnaire he has sent around re the alternative to defund the police, not that he will listen:

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSev-Ic5prXR8wr8eZef-d0JZGJb_1pa_ZhW9zoveSRGZ-u7HQ/viewform

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