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Recreation and Parks: 9-21-11 Special Agenda

Tomorrow morning the Venice Beach Boardwalk – Draft Ordinance amending Los Angeles municipal code section 42.15 to restrict vending, regulate performing and prohibit generating excessive noise on beaches or upon immediately adjacent boardwalks, sidewalks and public ways will be discussed at the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles meeting in Harbor City at 9:30 am.

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From the Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners:

Special meeting agenda:

Board of Recreation and Park Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles

Wednesday, September 21, 2011 at 9:35 a.M. Or as soon thereafter as the commission recesses its regular meeting noticed for 9:30 A.M.

Harbor City Recreation Center 24901 Frampton Avenue, Harbor City, CA 90710

Every person wishing to address the commission must complete a speaker’s request form at the meeting prior to the board’s consideration of the item and submit it to the commission executive assistant.

Pursuant to commission policy, comments by the public on agenda items will be heard only at the time the respective item is considered, for a cumulative total of up to fifteen (15) minutes for each item. All requests to address the board on public hearing items must be submitted prior to the board’s consideration of the item. Each speaker will be granted two minutes, with fifteen (15) minutes total allowed for public presentation.

1. General Manager’s Reports:

11-272 11-273
Wall Street Community Park – 8620 Wall Street – acceptance of donation parcel

Venice boardwalk – draft ordinance amending Los Angeles municipal code section 42.15 to restrict vending, regulate performing and prohibit generating excessive noise on beaches or upon immediately adjacent boardwalks, sidewalks and public ways

2. next meeting:
The next scheduled meeting of the board of recreation and park commissioners will be held on Wednesday, October 5, 2011 at 9:30 a.M., at expo center, community hall room, 3980 s. Bill Robertson Lane (formerly Menlo avenue), Los Angeles, ca 90037.

3. Adjournment:
Under the California State Ralph m. Brown act, those wishing to make audio recordings of the commission meetings are allowed to bring tape recorders or camcorders in the meeting.

Sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or any auxiliary aides and/or services may be provided upon request. To ensure availability, you are advised to make your request at least 72 hours prior to the meeting you wish to attend. For additional information, please contact the commission office at (213)202-2640.

Finalization of commission actions: in accordance with city charter, actions that are subject to section 245 are not final until the expiration of the next five meeting days of the Los Angeles city council during which the council has convened in regular session and if council asserts jurisdiction during this five meeting day period the council has 21 calendar days thereafter in which to act on the matter.

Commission meetings can be heard live over the telephone through the council phone system. To listen to a meeting, please call one of
For information, please go to the city’s website: http://ita.Lacity.Org/residents/councilphone/index.Htm

Information on agenda items may be obtained by calling the commission office at (213) 202-2640. Copies of the agenda and reports may be downloaded from the department’s website at www.Laparks.Org.

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