Kudos to the tireless Calabasas community activists who delivered petition signatures to the city of Calabasas yesterday to meet the July 21 deadline. And, a big thank you to so many Calabasas residents for signing the petition; for standing up for their city; for wanting to be informed and vote for upholding their planning laws; and to attempt to hold their elected and city employees accountable to the people.
JULY 21 – DEADLINE TO GET SIGNATURES! SIGN THE PETITION NOW!
Community activists in Calabasas, fed up with the continual circumventing of the city’s General Plan by its elected officials, city manager, and community development director, made a very courageous move and launched a REFERENDUM to challenge the recently approved, “Canyon Oaks Hotel and Subdivision” on Las Virgenes Road. This is no easy feat – with a tight 30 day window – to write, circulate the petition and get the required number of signatures.
Surprisingly Unscrupulous Tactics by the New Home Company …. ?
Activity has not only resumed on the American Horror Story set – the construction is now highly visible on Malibu Canyon – three stories high and looming. Yes, it greatly impacts our scenic resources and viewshed, and yes, it has been as much of a surprise and debacle for Regional Planning as it has for us.
Please go to http://rimofthevalleycoalition.com/ for the latest and most in-depth information on the National Park Service’s just released final study re: Rim of the Valley Corridor. Their ‘selected’ alternative is primarily composed of Alternative C with an new insertion of key areas from D.
What do you think of City of Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti’s effort to sell multi million dollar investment opportunities listing development prospects to foreign investors – in a brochure? Is he selling out L.A. Neighborhoods? Read the article and development prospects in the Los Angeles Business Journal: MAYOR TO PUT UP FOR-SALE SIGN DURING ASIA TRIP – Idea Hall http://ideahall.com/news/mayor-put-sale-sign-asia-trip/
Get your wildlife crossing comments in by Friday, January 29, 2016 – to LibertyCanyon@dot.ca.gov