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   VNC Board Meeting
When:
August 20, 2013 @ 10:30 pm – 1:30 am
2013-08-20T22:30:00-07:00
2013-08-21T01:30:00-07:00
Where:
Westminster Elementary School Auditorium
1010 Abbot Kinney Boulevard
Venice, CA 90291
USA

Parking is available in the school staff parking lot. Enter the parking lot off of Westminster Avenue about one block west of Abbot Kinney Boulevard.

The Administrative Committee is responsible for setting the agendas for all Board, Policy Forum, and Town Hall Meetings. Please refer to the Administrative Committee Webpage for information on how to place a matter on a Board agenda.

 

The board Agenda and Exhibits will be posted 72 hours prior to the meeting here.

 

 

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The League of Women Voters of Los Angeles
invites you to a discussion of Climate Change: Realities and Solutions

Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Time: 12 - 1 PM
Location: League Office at 3303 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 310, LA 90010 (UTLA building, two blocks west of Vermont Metro station)
Speaker: Sharen Markenson, Climate Reality Project
About the Speaker
sharonMarkenson 3The Climate Reality Project educates citizens about the science of climate change and what they can do to deal with this problem. A life-long environmental advocate, Sharon Markenson speaks frequently on this topic, letting citizens know how commitment and motivation can improve the future.

Ms. Markenson taught secondary English/Language Arts in Los Angeles Unified School District for 35 years. She co-coached the El Camino Real High School Academic Decathlon Team to three national titles and continues to coach the teams’ speeches as a volunteer.

Space is limited, and RSVPs are required. Please RSVP to bblunch@lwvlosangeles.org

www.lwvlosangeles.org
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VNC TACKLES SHORT-TERM RENTALS, MELLO ACT COMPLIANCE, OPPOSES MANDATORY ONLINE COUNCIL VOTING

VENICE – At the Venice Neighborhood Council (VNC) Board meeting held Tuesday, March 17, Board members considered a wide range of issues, including short-term rentals, Mello Act compliance and mandatory online voting for future Neighborhood Council elections.

Chaired by Vice President Marc Saltzberg, the Board thanked members of the Outreach Committee and recognized the efforts of Chairperson Sylvia Aroth and team leader Rob Dew for the success of the first annual Green Venice Expo, which was held on February 28th at Mark Twain Middle School.

According to Aroth and Dew, some one thousand Venetians were in attendance, meeting with sustainability activists and vendors about keeping Venice a green community. A series of speakers, including activist/actor Ed Begley, Jr., addressed the passionate array of green activists and supporters - which also included Venice local, Tree Man!

“We were very happy with the content as well as the attendance, and we plan to make this an annual event,” noted Dew, to the applause of those in attendance.

A presentation by a subcommittee of the Land Use and Planning Committee (LUPC) discussed concerns about short-term rental housing and the effect it has on neighborhoods and affordable rentals here in Venice.

“The VNC has long understood the impact on the quality of life of short-term rentals and we will continue to support regulation of these short-term offerings,” said Vice President Saltzberg.

The Board also endorsed a request by Councilman Mike Bonin (11th CD) to improve compliance with the Mello Act, which protects affordable housing in this Coastal Zone community.

“Councilmember Bonin is to be congratulated for recognizing the lack of Mello compliance and its impact on working families who rent here in Venice," noted Saltzberg.

In other business, the VNC endorsed a “Budget White Paper” calling for both short- and long-term changes to the municipal budget process that engages all citizens.

The Board also went on record opposing mandatory online voting for future Neighborhood Council elections.

“Neighborhood Councils are grass-roots in function, and the election guidelines and process should be determined locally. Online voting discourages a wider range of participation, and we pride ourselves on maximizing our reach to local Venetians by positioning these contests as a community gathering and Town Hall of sorts,” noted Parliamentarian Ivan Spiegel.

For more information about Venice Neighborhood Council, visit them online at www.VeniceNC.org.

The VNC has an information booth at the Farmer’s Market every Friday from 7 to 11am, just west of the Library on Venice Blvd., where you can ask questions or pick up the latest information about the Venice Community.

All are welcome.
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