The Venice Cityhood Committee meets:
7-9 pm Friday, October 22
at 533 Rialto Avenue
(one block west of Abbot Kinney Blvd.)
- Decisions should be made at the local level (Venice)
- L.A. wants to gut its zoning code, say L.A. Neighbors United – www.laneighbors.org
- L.A. dictates rent increases in spite of zero inflation (cpi) – http://bit.ly/cOX341
- Venice libraries, parks, beach, streets and social services suffer with no end in sight due to L.A.’s budget crisis.
Who would benefit?
- Venice residents, 70% of whom are renters.
- Venice businesses who would see their fees stay in the community.
- Venice home owners who would likewise see their property taxes put to use in their community.
- Venice artists who would have a city government friendly to the arts.
- Venice social service organizations who would no longer have to compete with agencies all over L.A. for needed funding.
How do we get started?
- Join us on Oct. 22 and subsequent committee meetings.
- Lend your expertise in research, law, accounting, communications, graphic design and outreach. No skills will be turned away.
- Tell your friends why we need cityhood. Get them involved!
Venice becoming the city imagined
A city like no other city on earth
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- Petition to Save Vera Davis Center Services
- Save the Vera Davis Center services
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- Venice Cityhood – Powerpoint/Keynote Presentation
- Venice Cityhood Committee Sign-up
- Actions of the July 1, 2010 Venice Town Council
- Venice Town Council meets June 7
- Venice Town Council bravely meets on Friday the 13th
- Coastal Commission votes to hold hearing on Permit Parking
- Nov. 14 Meeting – Permit Parking