Park and Community Council Meetings this Week.

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This sink hole on the walkway next to the field at the Palisades Recreation Center has been termed a George Wolfberg Park drainage issue. Note the drain next to the hole and the other holes on the pathway: it has been the habitat of ground squirrels for years.

 

PAB WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25

The Park Advisory Board will meet via Zoom at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, January 25. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85023154622 Meeting ID: 850 2315 4622 by telephone (669)444-9171. Public comments on Agenda items will be heard only when the respective item is being considered. Comments from the public on other matters not appearing on the agenda that is within the Board’s subject matter jurisdiction will be heard during the Public Comment period at the end of the meeting. Public comment is limited to two minutes per speaker.

Park Director Jasmine Dowlatshahi will give a park update, including BBQs, vendor trucks, parties and noise. There will be a George Wolfberg Park at Potrero Canyon update that includes standing water/soil slippage/drainage issues, gates/fencing and locks.

When queried about the pathway next to the baseball field at the Rec Center being closed because of sinkholes, it was explained it was a drainage issue that will be covered under Potrero Park.

Tree planting, updates on tennis court lights, the trail funding ($1.15 million) for the area between Potrero and Temescal Canyon and Park Rangers/LAPD support will be discussed.  To view the agenda, visit: laparks.org/reccenter/palisades.

Park athletic courts need to follow state noise standards. Note the amount of tree debris on the court closest to the eucalyptus.

 

PPCC THURSDAY, JANUARY 26

The Pacific Palisades Community Council will meet from 6 to 8 p.m. via zoom (https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82505310911 Meeting ID: 825 0531 0911  or Dial-In: (669) 900-6833.

The President Maryam Zar will comment on the following items:

  • Recap of PAB meeting
  • Impressions after listening to the LADWP Scoping meeting
  • Informed by the Council Office that the Department of cannabis regulation will be informing PPCC when businesses receive temporary approvals to operate in our community
  • Encouraging all to write-in as public comment to council file 23-4118-S1 at: https://cityclerk.lacity.org/publiccomment/?cfnumber=23-4118-S1 designation of “prohibited locations” for the enforcement of 41.18. (the amended version of which no longer requires prohibited locations to be specified as a requisite for enforcement)
  • Update regarding State conversations since last meeting and the motion to get our state reps to help bring city and Caltrans together for the Palisades trail (plan and costs)
  • Formation of Potrero Canyon Community Committee (name to be determined)
  • Discussion of formation of street services priority committee comprised of Area representatives. (similar committee was formed in 2005 and was very effective).

NEW BUSINESS: Discussing signage in the George Wolfberg Park at Potrero and no electric bikes in Potrero.

Deborah Hong will make a LADWP Presentation and all PPCC board members with comments will be part of the public record.

To see the agenda, visit: pacpalicc.org.

DWP promised that this pole-top distributing station that blocks views at Temescal Canyon Road and Sunset would be taken down once a new station is built. At the scoping meeting last week several people suggested that instead of a new station, more of these poles should be put up.

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2 Responses to Park and Community Council Meetings this Week.

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