Applications being considered for 2013-2014 Community Improvement Project funding can be found listed below. Clicking on the Project Name will download a pdf of the scanned project application.
Each project has been reviewed by the VNC's Neighborhood Committee and ranked according to the seven criteria which can be found on Page D at the following link: 2013 CIP Application Guidelines.
The results of the application ranking process were announced at the VNC's June 18, 2013 Board Meeting and are displayed below. Funds will be awarded at the VNC's July 16, 2013 Board Meeting.
Questions about any of the proposals listed should be addressed to one of the contacts found on page 1 of the application; questions about the VNC's CIP application process should be addressed to Ivan Spiegel, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|1||Art Tile Rescue||Venice Arts Council||$ 2,000|
|2||Venice Beach-Canals Coastal Access Pathway||Venice Canals Foundation||$ 1,500|
|3||Replace Venice Canals Saltbushes||
|4||Occupy Venice Film Series||Occupy Venice||$ 2,000|
|5||Venice Chamber In Action||
|6||Surf & Skate Festival||Brady Walker||$ 1,500|
|7||Farm Style Cooking For Kids||Sarah Seelinger||$ 1,000|
Back To School Event
|Oakwood Rec Center||$ 1,000|
|Total Recommended:||$ 12,948|
The Venice Neighborhood Council's Neighborhood Committee met on June 6, 2013 and, with a quorum present, passed the following motion (vote of 13 for, 0 against, the Chair abstaining):
Resolved, the VNC Neighborhood Committee ranks the Community Improvement Project Applications brought before it today as reflected in the accompanying spreadsheet. The Neighborhood Committee recommends that funds available for Community Improvement Projects in the approved 2013-2014 Venice Neighborhood Council Budget be applied as indicated in the Adjusted Budget Column.
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