The Venice Neighborhood Council will hold its next Board Meeting at the Oakwood Recreation Center on Tuesday, February 15th, starting at 6:30PM. The change in location was necessitated because the Board’s regular meeting venue has been designated as one of the polling places for the Special Election (to elect a new State Senator) taking place the same day. The Oakwood Recreation Center is at 767 California St. in Venice.
At the meeting the VNC Board will decide on recommendations for several land use projects. One of them involves subdividing a single large lot into smaller parcels to allow construction of three separate residential structures at 726 California. The Board will also consider a motion to oppose a plan to increase City revenue that involves the sale and lease-back of several City owned parking lots. None of the parking lots to be sold under the plan are in Venice.
In other business, the VNC will hear a presentation of the Ballot Measures that voters will consider at the City election on March 8th. Ten measures are on the ballot; most are related to the City’s Budget crisis.
The Board will also review two motions brought by the Bylaws Task Force. One motion provides for the restructuring of VNC Bylaws to conform to the City’s prescribed template for Neighborhood Council Bylaws. The second motion authorizes the Task Force to continue its work, reviewing the content of VNC Bylaws to insure that it conforms to City requirements.
Snacks and coffee will be provided.
The full agenda for the meeting will be posted by 7PM Saturday, February 12, 2011