Tuna Detention Station Action Alert!

Photo used with the permission of the Little Landers Historical Society

                                                                                                                April 14, 2013

Historic-Cultural Monument Status
For Tuna Canyon Detention Station

(Current site of the Verdugo Hills Golf Course)
On Thursday, April 18, the commission will discuss whether or not Tuna Canyon Detention Station should be granted Historic-Cultural Monumentstatus.

city staff report has recommended AGAINST the Historic-Cultural Monument designation. You can help by attending the meeting and/or sending your comments to the Commission in support of the Historic-Cultural Monument status for Tuna Canyon Detention Station.

10:00 A.M., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2013
200 North Spring Street
City Hall, Room 1010
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Share your comments with the Cultural Heritage Committee:

Richard Barron, President
Cultural Heritage Commission
City of Los Angeles
200 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Subject Line:  “Historic-Cultural Monument Application for Site of the Tuna Canyon Detention Station”

Email comments to:  edgar.garcia@lacity.org
Please also copy the Council Office: gerald.gubatan@lacity.org

Please let us know if you plan to attend the meeting:  info@savethegolfcourse.org.

If you will be driving to the meeting and would like parking access be sure to include the make/color of your car, license plate information, and your phone number.

History neglected, is history lost. 

The V.O.I.C.E. Board & the Save The Golf Course Committee
Volunteers Organized in Conserving the Environment
P.O. Box 273
Montrose, CA 91021

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