The California Coastal Commission will be meeting tomorrow in Long Beach starting at 8:30am. Overnight Parking Districts (OPD’s) in Venice Beach will be discussed, likely before noon. Click here to see the full agenda.
If you would like your opinion heard by the Coastal Commission, attend the meeting. You can also FAX a letter expressing your opinion to 562.590.5084, which may or may not matter.
To read the LA Times “PRO-OPD” editorial which was published today, click here.
To read the “NO-OPD” opinion from The Venice Action Alliance, click here.
To read the “PRO-OPD” opinion from The Venice Stakeholders Association, click here.
From the Coastal Commission website:
a. Application of 5-08-313/A-5-VEN-08-343 City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation Overnight Parking District). [ADDENDUM1, ADDENDUM2, ADDENDUM3] Application of City of LA, Dept. of Transportation to establish Overnight Parking District (OPD) Nos. 523 and 526 with early morning parking restrictions on public streets and erect signs. OPD No. 523, covers the Venice area seaward of Lincoln Blvd., imposes the following restriction: “No Parking 2 a.m. to 5 a.m. Nightly – Vehicles with District Permits Exempted”. OPD No. 526, covers the Marina del Rey area inland of Lincoln Blvd., imposes the following restriction: “No Parking 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. Nightly – Vehicles with District Permits Exempted”. The proposal also includes establishment of new bicycle lanes on existing streets and identification of specific on-street parking spaces near shoreline (including all metered spaces) where permits will not be required for parking, Los Angeles, Los Angeles County. (CP-LB)
California Coastal Commission at the Long Beach City Council Chambers
333 W. Ocean Blvd.
Long Beach, CA 90802