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Granada Hills-Knollwood Community Plan Meeting

7:59 PM PST on February 26, 2008

Granada Hills-Knollwood and Sylmar Community Plan Meetings
The City of Los Angeles will prepare Environmental Impact Reports
(EIR) for the proposed Granada Hills-Knollwood and Sylmar Community
Plans which are two of the 35 Community Plans which comprise the
Land Use Element of the General Plan, one of the seven state-
mandated elements of the General Plan that also include noise,
transportation, conservation and others. The Community Plans are
intended to promote an arrangement of land uses, streets, and
services in the Community Plan areas to encourage economic vitality;
social and physical well-being; and general health, safety, welfare
and convenience of the people who live and work in the community.
The City will also hold a public scoping meetings for the same
purpose of soliciting oral and written comments as to the
appropriate scope and content of the EIRs. 

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