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AIA|LA: The Hollywood Community Plan

-a roundtable discussion-
Wednesday, January 18 (6:30pm-8:30pm)
AIA Los Angeles
3780 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90010

Limited Capacity. Please RSVP to Will Wright.

You are invited join the AIA|LA Urban Design Committee in roundtable discussion about the proposed Hollywood Community Plan. Kevin Keller and Mary Richardson from the Department of City Planning will participate in the discussion, as well.

The objectives of the meeting will be to learn more about the current status of the proposal and to identify an effective strategy for helping to broadcast greater understanding and support for the long term vision of the Hollywood community.

Rather than simply serving as a cursory presentation of the Hollywood Community Plan, the roundtable will serve as an opportunity for architects, urban planners, community activists and civic leaders to engage in an open discussion about how we can all work together to contribute to the civic discourse and reach a greater consensus about our social, environmental and aesthetic values that will help shape the future of our city.

To access all of the Exhibits and appendices to the Hollywood Community Plan please visit the Department of City Planning website and click on New Community Plans.

Proposed Land Use Designation Map

Additional resources:

The Huffington Post assembles a vast sum of community comments in their blog entry dated December 19th.

For LAist, writer Lindsay William-Ross questions if the Hollwyood Community Plan will benefit the neighborhood.

LA Weekly's article helps showcase some of the community's concern.

Veteran planning professional Richard Platkin also expresses his view on the CITY WATCH newsletter.

The readers of Curbed LA also have also shared their perspective.

For more information, please contact:
Will Wright, Hon. AIA|LA
Director of Government & Public Affairs
AIA Los Angeles
3780 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 800
Los Angeles, CA 90010
213.639.0764 phone
213.639.0767 fax
will [@]

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