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VNC “Special” Meeting Monday, Oct. 25!

UPDATE: They changed the meeting location as of 9:56 AM

The Venice Neighborhood Council will meet Monday, Oct. 25, 7-9 p.m. at Westminster Elementary School Auditorium Oakwood Recreation Center to discuss and take possible action on specific recommendations to the City Transportation Committee prior to the City Council passing regulatory ordinances.

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The recommendations include development of a consolidated valet parking program for the Abbot Kinney area, creation of an Abbot Kinney Business Improvement District, limitations on Food Truck patronage at locations where public safety is a concern, and a permit process to regulate public parking of Food Trucks.

The VNC’s action on these recommendations will impact the Food Truck and Valet Parking regulations the City of Los Angeles will consider. It is important that Venice be heard on these important issues.

Initial discussion about the recommendations was heard at the VNC Board’s September meeting and will continue prior to the vote. The proposed recommendations would impact valet service operators and their employees, Abbot Kinney restaurants, bars and other businesses, food truck owners and operators, and nearby residents.

All impacted groups and stakeholders are invited to attend the meeting to provide input on the recommendations, which include development of a consolidated valet parking program for the Abbot Kinney area, creation of an Abbot Kinney Business Improvement District, limitations on Food Truck patronage at locations where public safety is a concern, and consideration of a permit process to regulate public parking of Food Trucks.

There is no charge for this event. It is open to the public. Comments are encouraged. Please come and let the VNC Board know what you think!!

Oakwood Recreation Center
corner 7th & California

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