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Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council Hosts “Density in the Valley”

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The Woodland Hills Warner Center Community faces a tsunami of
development. The Westfield Village bulldozers are revving, the Warner
Center Specific Plan update is underway and the 3rd densest employment
center in the City is besieged with gridlock.

The community needs a plan to fight back and reclaim their streets.  To that end the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Community Council has assembled a panel of visionaries to discuss the problem and elicit feedback from the community at an open meeting this Saturday at the Kaiser Permanente Hospital Auditorium from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

The public is invited to join in the discussion on the issues and opportunities that challenge our neighborhood including traffic congestion, urban design, water reclamation, energy conservation, mass transit, accessibility, mobility, walkability and livability.

The panelists includes:

    • Bart Reed, Transit Coalition Executive Director
    • Joyce Pearson, Chair of the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council
    • Denny Zane, the former Mayor of Santa Monica during the revitalization of the Third Street Promenade
    • Larry E. Smith, Executive Director of North East Trees

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