VHGC Action Alert!

 

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This Tuesday, Jan 29th at 2:30 pm, the  Planning and Land Use Management Committee (PLUM) will consider a motion made by Councilman Alarcon to designate the Tuna Canyon Detention Center a Historic Cultural Monument. The Tuna Canyon Detention Center is known these days as the Verdugo Hills Golf Course, and this vote on Tuesday is an important step in protecting that area from being turned into 229 homes! 

If there is a vote to approve an application for Historic Cultural Monument at PLUM, then the next and final step should be to bring the matter before the Cultural Heritage Commission.
Here’s where you come in! We need you to send a brief note via email to Sharon.Gin@lacity.org and state your support  for theTuna Canyon Detention Center being designated a Historic Cultural Monument. This community knows how to do email actions better than anyone, so let’s get busy, folks!
PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
TUESDAY, JANUARY 29, 2013
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS EDWARD R. ROYBAL HEARING ROOM 350 – 2:30 PM
200 NORTH SPRING STREET, LOS ANGELES, CA  90012
MEMBERS: COUNCILMEMBER ED P. REYES, CHAIR
COUNCILMEMBER JOSE HUIZAR
COUNCILMEMBER MITCHELL ENGLANDER
(Sharon Gin – Legislative Assistant – (213)-978-1074 or Sharon.Gin@lacity.org)
FILE NO.                                                       SUBJECT
12-1625
CD 7                Motion (Alarcón – Garcetti) relative
                        to an instruction to prepare an application to 
                        include the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Site
                        in the City’s list of Historic Cultural Monuments.
 
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