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Venice Neighborhood Council

PO Box 550, Venice, CA 90294 / www.VeniceNC.org



Email: info@VeniceNC.org / Phone or Fax: 310.606.2015

Administrative Committee Meeting Minutes

Extra Space Storage, Presidents Row Room


658 South Venice Blvd, Venice, 90291

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 7:00 PM
1. Call to Order and Roll Call [All motions approved by unanimous vote unless otherwise noted]
Present: Mike Newhouse, Chair; Joe Murphy; Ira Koslow; Hugh Harrison; Stewart Oscars. Absent: Linda Lucks. Nadine Parkos. Also Attending: DeDe Audet; Ivan Spiegel; Challis Macpherson.
2. Approval of the Administrative Committee Agenda
3. Approval of any outstanding Administrative Committee minutes submitted by the Secretary
August 10, 2009 Administrative Committee Meeting Minutes

(see http://venicenc.org/files/090810VNCAdComMinutes.doc)
4. Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda

[15 min, no more than 2 minutes per person – no Administrative Committee member announcements permitted]
5. Old Administrative Committee Business

A James Murez (murez@venice.net) & Jed Pauker (310-839-9209; jed@jed.net): Presentation of a case tracking system for LUPC (15 min) – See AdCom Exhibit A [CM 090830: recommends referral to 11/12 AdCom Mtg]

B Amendment to Standing Rule 7 - Administrative Committee [JDM 090830: recommends referral to REC]

Joe Murphy (joedmurphyvnc@ca.rr.com): Move amendment to Standing Rule 7 - Administrative Committee:
All agenda requests must be submitted to the Secretary no less than 5 days prior to the Administrative Committee meeting. Any request not received by the Secretary 5 days prior to the meeting will not be considered and will be held until the next meeting.


  • All requests & supporting documents must be submitted by 7PM on the Wednesday before the scheduled Administrative Committee meeting – no exceptions (no ‘placeholders’, no distributions at the Board Meeting).

  • Board Members & Committees must use the Online Agenda Request Form. Email requests will be rejected.

  • The Online Agenda Request Form must include contact information, item title, and fully drafted motions and/or letters.

  • Supporting documents are to be emailed in digital format, if possible, with the item title in the subject line. Incomplete or confusing motions or letters will result in the rejection of the item with notice to the person submitting the request & to the President.

Persons or groups who are successful in having a matter agendized by the Administrative Committee for a Board meeting are encouraged to transmit said documents to all Board members 72 hours in advance of the subject Board meeting. These transmittals will be the responsibility of the person(s)/group(s) requesting the agendizing and should be done by emailing all documents to all board members, and by posting said documents to an Agenda Documentation account on the VNC webpage.

Any letter requests shall include a draft letter as well as the names and addresses of proposed recipients. Proponents of the letter shall prepare a draft and email it to the President for review, edit and signature. The President shall return the approved version by email to the proponents with a copy to the Secretary for VNC records. Proponents of the letter shall then copy and send the approved letter.
C Extension to 12/31/09 of Lincoln Boulevard Cleanup and Learning Gardens CIPs approved.
6. New Administrative Committee Business
A Administrative matters:


    • Need new chair of OFW Committee

    • Hugh Harrison and Brooke Soles selected as VNC Budget Representatives for NC Congress

    • Kristopher Valentine currently posting all AdCom & Board agendas – assistance needed [Removed]


B Consideration of DRAFT September 15, 2009 Board Agenda (see below)


  1. Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda

[15 min, no more than 2 minutes per person – no Administrative Committee member announcements permitted]


  1. Adjourn

Draft – Board of Officers Meeting Agenda

Westminster Elementary School (Auditorium)


1010 Abbot Kinney Blvd, Venice, 90291

Tuesday, September 15, 2009 at 7:00 PM



BOARD MEETINGS: The Venice Neighborhood Council holds its regular meetings on the third Tuesday of the month and may also call any additional required special meetings in accordance with its Bylaws and the Brown Act. All are welcome to attend.

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POSTING: The agenda and non-exempt writings that are distributed to a majority or all of the board members in advance of regular and special meetings may be viewed at Groundworks Coffee (671 Rose Ave Venice, CA 90291), Abbots Habit (1401 Abbot Kinney Blvd. Venice, CA 90291), the Venice Library (501 South Venice Boulevard, Venice, CA 90291), Oakwood Recreation Center (767 California St. Venice, CA 90291), the VNC website (http://www.venicenc.org), or at the scheduled meeting. For a copy of any record related to an item on the agenda, please contact the VNC secretary at secretary@venicenc.org.

PUBLIC COMMENT: The public is requested to fill out a “Speaker Card” to address the Board on any Old or New Business item on the agenda and the Treasurer’s Report. Comments from the public on these agenda items will be heard only when that item is being considered. Comments from the public on other agenda matters or on matters not appearing on the agenda but within the Board's subject matter jurisdiction will be heard during the Public Comment period. Public comment is limited to two (2) minutes per speaker, unless modified by the presiding officer of the Board.

DISABILITY POLICY: The Venice Neighborhood Council complies with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and does not discriminate on the basis of any disability. Upon request, the Venice Neighborhood Council will provide reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. Sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided upon request.

1. Call to Order and Roll Call

2. Approval of the Agenda
3. Approval of any outstanding minutes submitted by the Secretary
August 18, 2009 Board Meeting Minutes

(see http://venicenc.org/files/090818VNCBoardMinutes1.doc)

[Committee Reports are provided in written form when available]

4. Consent Calendar
A From LUPC
I De Minimis Projects

Challis Macpherson (Chair-LUPC@VeniceNC.org) on behalf of LUPC: Challis Macpherson moves that VNC Board of Officers send the VNC Standing Rule 5A Form Letter, stating No Opinion & No Recommendation Without Prejudice, regarding entitlement applications listed in Exhibit A.
II LUPC motion regarding 119 Lincoln Blvd, ZA 2008 4919

Challis Macpherson (Chair-LUPC@VeniceNC.org): Challis Macpherson, on behalf of LUPC, regarding 119 Lincoln Blvd, requests that the VNC Board of Officers accept the LUPC Staff Report & recommends that the Board of Officers recommend approval of this project as presented with the addition of the usual LUPC/ABC alcohol related conditions which are appended to all alcohol-related projects recommended by LUPC. Motion passed unanimously. See Exhibit B
III LUPC motion regarding 600 E. Mildred, ZA 2008 4919

Challis Macpherson (Chair-LUPC@VeniceNC.org): Challis Macpherson, on behalf of LUPC, regarding 600 E. Mildred, Kim’s Market, requests that the VNC Board of Officers accept the LUPC Staff Report & recommends that the Venice Neighborhood Council Board of Officers recommend that the VNC Board of Officers recommend approval of project as presented subject to same conditions LUPC has recommended for other full-line alcohol outlets in Venice. To wit: (list conditions as per as Whole Foods, no minis, price break on single cans, etc). Moved by Jim Murez, seconded by Jed Pauker. Passed 4-1-0. Conditions submitted under separate cover to Secretary@VeniceNC.org. See Exhibit C

IV COMMUNITY IMPACT STATEMENT TO BE ATTACHED TO COUNCIL FILE 09-2171

Challis Macpherson (Chair-LUPC@VeniceNC.org): We, the Venice Neighborhood Council, object and resolve to campaign against institution of subject Council File 09-2171 which states: “I move that the order of business of regular meetings of the Council, as listed in Council Rule 22, be amended to move ‘Public Testimony on Non-Agenda Items’ toward the end of the Council meetings just prior to ‘Adjourning Motions:’ with the understanding that the Council President shall retain the discretion to change the order of business for any Council meeting at his discretion and depending on the needs of the day.”

Implementation of this rule will hinder the opportunities of neighborhood activists most. Neighborhood Councils are City Chartered organizations and by this rule their members will be refused the opportunities offered to other Departmental and Agency representatives.


5. Treasurers Report – expenditures for July 2009 See Exhibit D accept report as presented
6. Scheduled Announcements (no more than 1 minute per report unless otherwise stated)
A Governmental Reports


  • DONE: Deanna Stevenson (Deanna.Stevenson@lacity.org)

  • LAPD: Officer Peggy Thusing, Senior Lead Officer

  • State Assemblyperson Ted Lieu: Jennifer Zivkovic, Field Representative (310-615-3515; Jennifer.zivkovic@asm.ca.gov)
  • Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa: Jennifer Badger, West Area Representatives (310-479-3823; jennifer.badger@lacity.org)


  • City Councilperson Bill Rosendahl: Arturo Piña, Field Deputy

  • LADWP Representative: Simone Taylor (213.792.5627; simone.taylor@ladwp.com)

  • LADWP/MOU: VNC Representatives DeDe Audet & Challis McPherson


B Ivan Spiegel (310-821-9556; ivan13147@verizon.net): Announcement of upcoming events: Venice Beach Music Fest; Community BBQ (to be made by Carolyn)
C Ethics Training Compliance Update Linda Lucks (VicePresident@VeniceNC.org)
D Mural Funding Available

Elizabeth Jane (818-568-9080; elizabethjanestudios@earthlink.net): There is funding available from $1000-$10,000 for a mural. If interested, contact Elizabeth for brochure and details.
E Park Day [Removed]

James F Merced/ Fruit Gallery (310-452-3034; fruitgallery@yahoo.com): The Fruit Gallery and the Westminster Avenue Merchants, between Speedway and Ocean Front Walk, request the Venice Neighborhood Council to co-sponsor Westminster and park day. The Westminster Merchants are willing to work with the Venice Neighborhood Council and Shawn Simons, NANDC President, Park Day LA NC Project Coordinator to make this event possible for the greater purpose of our community.

E Mayor’s Budget Day and EmpowerLA Empowerment Congress

Hugh Harrison and Brooke Soles were appointed by the Administrative Committee as the VNC Budget Representatives for the October 10, 2009 Mayor’s Budget Day and EmpowerLA Empowerment Congress.

F 13.1 Los Angeles Half Marathon Brennan Lindner (brennan@genericevents.com).
G 2010 Election Outreach Planning Session Report Ira Koslow (310-392-0868; ira.koslow@venicenc.org)
7. Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda

[15 min, no more than 2 minutes per person – no board member announcements permitted]
8. Old Business
A Board election of nominee to the vacant Board Community Officer position
Nominees are Andre Bollinger, Jake Kaufman, Kristopher Valentine, Peter Thottam, & Roland Eavey.
The election procedure will be by ballot and will be posted for public review immediately after the completion of the following process: (i) One ballot will be used listing all Board candidates; (ii) Each board member will vote for 1 Board candidate; in the event of a tie between two or more candidates for the one board position, runoff votes will be held between the tied candidates until the position is filled; (iii) Upon completion of the voting process, board members will sign their ballots and the ballots will be immediately posted for public review.
The elected Community Officer will immediately become a voting member of the VNC Board, subject to a subsequent stakeholder ratification election to occur between 30 and 90 days after being elected by the Board.
B Community Officers appointment of replacement for vacant Administrative Committee position
C Rules & Elections Committee Bylaw Amendment & Standing Rules Motions

Ira Koslow (ira.koslow@venicenc.org): See Exhibit E.

D Homelessness and Vehicular Occupancy Motions

The HVOC motions as originally presented & related motions affecting these HVOC motions are attached as Exhibit F. The HVOC Committee Report, including the Minority Report, is available online at http://venicenc.org/node/1223.


E From Board Member
I Motion to Enable Block-by-Block Installation of ‘No Oversize Vehicle’ Parking Signs

[Postpone & refer to NC, & postpone 8FI (below), to 10/12/09 AdCom]

Joe Murphy (joedmurphyvnc@ca.rr.com): Request that Board request that Councilman Rosendahl sign the following commitment to the Venice Neighborhood Council: [Italicized portions inserted090830 by JDM]
Except for areas designated by the VNC Neighborhood Committee and approved by the VNC Board, I will approve, and I will expedite installation and enforcement of, No Parking of Oversize Vehicles between 2:00AM and 6:00AM signs, as authorized by LA Ordinance 177876, in any area in Venice where the VNC Neighborhood Committee, subject to approval by the board of the Venice Neighborhood Council, certifies that a petition in the below form has been signed by a majority of the residents in the area designated in the petition.
____________________________________________ _________________

City Councilman Bill Rosendahl Date

District 11, Los Angeles City Council

PETITION TO INSTALL NO PARKING OF OVERSIZE VEHICLES BETWEEN 2:00AM & 6:00AM
The undersigned residents request installation of No Parking of Oversize Vehicles between 2:00AM and 6:00AM signs, as authorized by LA Ordinance 177876, in the area in Venice described as _________________________

Name (Print Legibly)


Signature

Address

Phone

Email




























LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL OF PETITION
Dear Councilman Rosendahl,
Since the attached petition has been ratified by the below Neighborhood Committee Certification and Board Approval and therefore meets the conditions for your approval under the terms of your agreement of _________ with the Venice Neighborhood Council, please sign below to authorize and direct city departments to expedite installation and enforcement of No Parking of Oversize Vehicles between 2:00AM & 6:00AM signs, per LA Ordinance 177876, in the area designated in the petition..
Sincerely, Approved:
____________________________________ ___________________________________________________

Mike Newhouse, President City Councilman Bill Rosendahl

Venice Neighborhood Council District 11, Los Angeles City Council


VNC Neighborhood Committee Certification The Neighborhood Committee of the Venice Neighborhood Council, by the below signature of its appointed administrator, certifies that the attached petition has been signed by a majority of the designated area’s residents.

__________________________________________ _________________

Date

VNC Neighborhood Committee


VNC Board Approval The Venice Neighborhood Council approved the above certification on _____________.

__________________________________________ _________________

Joseph D. Murphy, Secretary Date

Venice Neighborhood Council


F From Neighborhood Committee
I Motion to support Ord #08-3125 allowing LA Councilmembers to designate overnight parking areas

Linda Lucks (Lindalucks@aol.com): The following motion was passed unanimously on Monday, July 6 by the Neighborhood Committee:
Whereas the issue of RV’s parked in Venice has long resulted in media attention, anguish, anxiety and anger by many Venice stakeholders;
Whereas Councilman Bill Rosendahl, at the urging of the VNC, researched the models for safe parking programs that work in other municipalities (Santa Barbara and Eugene, Oregon);
Whereas the California Coastal Commission rejected LA City's application to create Overnight Parking restrictions in the Coastal zone and suggested that the City and the Neighborhood Council come up with alternative solutions to this social problem;
Whereas the Venice Neighborhood Committee feels that a Citywide safe parking program may well provide a partial solution;

Therefore, The VeniceNC Neighborhood Committee voted to request the VNC to send a letter of support to City Council, members of the Transportation Committee and to Mayor Villaraigosa in support of Councilman Rosendahl’s Council motion #08-3125 to create a provision for Councilmembers to designate discrete and distinct areas of their council district where people would be allowed to park and sleep overnight, by permit & with case management services.


http://cityclerk.lacity.org/lacityclerkconnect/index.cfm?fa=ccfi.viewrecord&cfnumber=08-3125
G From Stakeholder
I Report on ‘The Delta’ (15 min) [JDM 090830: Refer to Environment & consider at 11/17 Board Meeting]

Challis Macpherson & Yolanda Gonzalez (310-902-8690; firstmateyo@yahoo.com): Request VNC approve

the following letter:


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Whereas: It is necessary for the State of California to take quick and prompt action to secure adequate water to supply the people of California;

Whereas: Taking water from the Sacramento River North of the Delta will not affect the Delta Smelt population;

Whereas: Salmon appear to be in decline around the world consistent with the climate change;

Whereas: The fragility of the Delta levee system will not be affected by a Peripheral Canal;
BE IT RESOLVED:
That the Venice Neighborhood Council promotes and affirms that it is in the best interest of all citizens that the California Peripheral Canal be funded, built and operated.
Mike Newhouse

President, Venice Neighborhood Council



9. New Business
A From Board Member
I Letter of support of our two appeals of an SB1818 project

Challis Macpherson (Chair-LUPC@VeniceNC.org) & Karen Wolfe () for Jennifer Reed (818-985-4466 or 818-445-5385 cell; jenhar@earthlink.net) on behalf of Valley Village Neighborhood Council: We ask your Venice NC to CONSIDER a MOTION and SEND a LETTER OF SUPPORT to the City Planning Commission (CPC) (and thereby support our Valley Village stakeholders and Neighborhood Council in preventing abuses for our common good against SB1818 inappropriate projects) See Exhibit G for the proposed motion/letter - and please understand that you might additionally choose any of the supporting ideas 1 - 13 if it resonates for YOUR council beyond the barebones of the core motion. We would like to present the project to your NC. We tried to present it to your LUPC but their agenda was full. Challis suggested that I contact you directly to put on the full NC agenda. I will send additional material to the secretary@VeniceNC.org.

10. Announcements & Public Comment on items not on the Agenda

[15 min, no more than 2 minutes per person – no board member announcements permitted]
11. Adjourn (approx 10:00PM)
AdCom Exhibit A – Neighborhood Council - Case Tracking System

Pilot Overview V1.0, September 6, 2008 (Murez)


The Land Use and Planning Committee (LUPC) has matured over the past several years. It has evolved from one meeting every couple of months with only one or two projects on the agenda to now responding to a Memorandum of Understanding with the City to submit a written determination report on every permit issued within the VNC geographic region. The committee has become more educated about the planning process and is now working towards a 2010 target of revising the Venice Coastal Zone Specific Plan.

Along with these growing responsibilities, the workload of the committee has increased from one or two projects being calendared every few months to the present level of hearing three to five projects twice a month. On average, what does this mean to each of the eight volunteer members that make up this committee, a workload that includes preparing 27 staff reports per month.

The process to analyze and prepare a project for hearing is fairly simple; contact the applicant, convince them to submit their plans for review, research the variances sought and flush out any that were not realized, organize their information and post it to the LUPC website, engage the potentially impacted neighbors and prepare a synopsis to post for Brown Act notification. Now multiply this process for one project 27 fold and the amount of information gathered and disseminated through this eight member volunteer committee becomes massive. What started out as a simple endeavor has now grown into a complex task with time sensitive details that must be accurately managed.

Automation to the rescue… with this sort of workload, managing details calls for a computerized case tracking system. What is needed is a centralized system that all committee members can access when they have volunteer time to give, that can reduce or eliminate many of the mundane tasks, and that will help engage the general public in the process. The system needs to enforce the policy rules of the VNC Board and the committee, while ensuring Brown Act laws are adhered. And, finally, the system must be available to all Venice Stakeholders and the City at large.
A pilot proof-of-concept system is being developed to address many of these needs. The system is being designed as a collaboration tool that will be managed over the internet. System access will be regulated through User Accounts that are grouped into security levels, starting with the general public then moving up the access ladder to project applicant, followed by registered stakeholder, committee staff member, committee chair, system administrator and program developers. Each higher group will be granted more access to functionality and system capabilities.

The system will track information by assigning case numbers to each project. The project or case files will be stored in a database and accessed through their respective case numbers. The routines that extract and modify the stored information will vary based on the individual access rights. The system will offer read-only reports to the general public while allowing stakeholders the rights to post feedback about issues they might have with any given project. Applicants will be assigned temporary access to upload their information and respond to feedback. LUPC staff members will be able to monitor all aspects of the cases, including being able to publish their findings, track correspondence and write recommendations (tentative motions) for the VNC Board to approve. Search and mapping functionality along with tracking key indicators will enable statistical analysis of accumulative impacts to be graphically generated. The VNC Board members, besides inheriting all the rights of the lower groups, will be able to post their final motion decisions and generate reports required by the City.

In addition, the audio meeting minutes that are digitally recorded will be divided into segments that correspond to the each project and posted into the case file along with any other archives.
In a nutshell, the LUPC Case Tracking system will automate the flow of information through the Neighborhood Council in a consistent, easy to understand format, while relieving a lot of the tedious tasks volunteers must perform at present. (follow up with PowerPoint overview and system demonstration.)
Exhibit A – LUPC De Minimis Projects









ENTITLEMENT APPLICATIONS FROM 2009-6-21 TO 2009-7-4







ZA-2009-1973-ZAA-SPP, ENV 2009-1974 CE

1 E CATAMARAN ST 90292

ZAA-AREA HEIGHT YARD AND BUILDING LINE ADJMNTS < 20% (SLIGHT MODIFICATIONS);SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE. CD=categorical exemption

BRYAN / STEVE ROYEA (310)493-2524

De Minimis Form Letter

ENV-2009-2009-CE

4089 S LINCOLN BLVD 90292

CDO=comm design overlay; CE-CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION

KEN PARIS (310)739-2793


De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2049-VSO

225 E LINNIE CL 90291

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

BLAS FERNANDEZ (714)381-1269

De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2006-SPP; ENV 2009-2007-CE

720 E MARCO PL 90291

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE; CE=categorical exemption

JOE CLARK (310)384-3851

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2064-CEX

805 E MARCO PL 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

SIAN EDDINGTON (310)486-0487

De Minimis Form Letter



DIR-2009-2041-SPP-SPPA; ENV 2009-2042 CE

2611 S OCEAN FRONT WALK 90291

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE;SPPA-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT ADJUSTMENT; CE=categorical exemption

DAN BRUNN (310)855-3555


De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-1907-CEX

110 E PARK PL 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

BRYAN KIM (323)222-6268

De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2030-VSO

220 E SOUTH VENICE BLVD 90291

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

CHERYL DUBOIS (310)613-8872

De Minimis Form Letter







ENTITLEMENT APPLICATIONS RECEIVED FROM 2009-7-5 TO 2009-7-18







DIR-2009-2110-VSO

1100 S 6TH AVE 90291

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

GERHARD PICHEL (310)459-1757

De Minimis Form Letter

CEX-1999-069-CEX

2318 S CLOY AVE 90291


CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

CAROLYN MCCOWN (310)915-0332

De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2105-VSO

117 E CLUB HOUSE AVE 90291

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

CONSTANTINE TZIANZIS (310)266-4547

De Minimis Form Letter

CEX-1999-0144-CEX

2801 S CLUNE AVE 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

DANIEL L. BACKSON (310)821-0242

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-1999-0258-CE

940 W COEUR D ALENE AVE 90291

CE-CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION

JANELL HOFFMAN (310)390-3079

De Minimis Form Letter

CEX-1999-048-CEX

703 W CRESTMOORE PL 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

MICHAEL CLOSSON (310)450-3188


De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-1999-0024-CE

720 W CRESTMOORE PL 90291

CE-CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION

JANE BARTELME (310)399-2221

De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2151-SPP; ENV 2009-2152 CE

25 E DRIFTWOOD ST 90292

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE; CE=categorical exemption

RILEY PRATT (310)826-6222

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2153-CEX

2325 S FREY AVE 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

EYAL HOLLINGER (949)439-4854

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2196-CEX; DIR 2009-2195 VSO

2919 S GRAYSON AVE 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION; VSO

CAROLINA STONE (310)699-7259

De Minimis Form Letter


ZA-2009-2140-CEX; DIR 2009-2132 VSO

506 W MARR ST 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION; VSO

JEFFREY KIM (626)683-8969

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2163-CEX

734 E NOWITA PL 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

CARSON ARCHITECHTS (310)827-1222

De Minimis Form Letter

DIR-2009-2106-VSO

2412 S PACIFIC AVE 90291

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

GARY KATAYAMA (310)574-4052

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2157-SPP; ENV 2009-2158 CE

21 E PARK AVE 90291

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE; CE=categorical exemption

ANDREA KELLER (323)314-4009

De Minimis Form Letter

ZA-2009-2224-CEX


731 E SUPERBA AVE 90291

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

RICARDO FLORES (323)595-2795

De Minimis Form Letter










Entitlement Applications Received 2009-7-19 to 2009-8-1







ZA-2009-2274-CEX

619 S OCEAN FRONT WALK 90291

WALL SIGN

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter VARTAN YAPUDZHYAN (818)502-0520

DIR-2009-2289-VSO

250 S 4TH AVE 90291

REMODEL & 2ND-STORY ADD'N TO (E) REAR 1-STORY UNIT ON A LOT W/ 2 SFDS

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter LUCAS GOETTSCHE (310)920-0959

ZA-2009-2386-CEX

1100 S 6TH AVE 90291


SECOND FLOOR ADDITION TO AN EXISTING SFD.

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter GERHARD PICHEL (310)459-1757

CHC-2009-2268-MA and CHC 2009-2272 MA

1310 S 6TH AVE 90291

SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE

MA-MILLS ACT

De Minimis Form Letter LAMBERT GIESSINGER (213)978-1183

DIR-2009-2401-SPP; ENV 2009-2402 CE

25 E ANCHORAGE ST 90292

DEMO OF AN EXISTING 800 SF SFD AND CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW 1;486.52SF SFD.

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE

De Minimis Form Letter TRAVIS INGERSOLL (310)895-3271

CEX-1999-0270

217 S BERNARD AVE 90291

COASTAL EXEMPTION




De Minimis Form Letter BIG CHIEF CONSTRUCTION (310)337-9042

DIR-2009-2254-VSO-MEL

820 E CALIFORNIA AVE 90291

2ND STORY ADD'N TO (E) FRONT 1-STORY SFD; DEMO (E) REAR 1-STORY SFD; REPLACE W/ A 3-CAR GARAGE + A UNIT ABOVE


VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF;MEL-MELLO ACT COMPLIANCE REVIEW

De Minimis Form Letter CLAUDIO (818)804-3341

DIR-2009-2343-VSO

226 E CARROLL CL 90291

55SQFT ADD'N BY ENCLOSING (E) COVERED ENTRY; INTERIOR REMODEL OF (E) 2-STORY SFD

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter ADAM WHEELER (310)733-4644

DIR-2009-2376-SPP: ENV 2009-2377 CE

148 E CHANNEL POINTE MALL 90292

CONSTRUCT GLASS RAILING ON ROOF ON SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING.

SPP-SPECIFIC PLAN PROJECT PERMIT COMPLIANCE

De Minimis Form Letter ARIANA VARDI (310)294-1216

ZA-2009-2440-CEX

811 W CRESTMOORE PL 90291

REPLACE ALL EXTERIOR FRAMING MEMBERS DUE TO THE INSTALLATION OF TWO TANKLESS WATER HEATERS.

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter KEVIN MENDEZ (310)936-2022

DIR-2009-2385-VSO

2317 S FREY AVE 90291

MAJOR REMODEL / 2ND-STORY ADD'N W/ A ROOF DECK TO AN (E) 1-STORY SFD; PROVIDING 3 PKG SPACES ACCESSED FROM ALLEY


VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter CHRISTOPHER (323)356-6565

ZA-2009-2304-CEX

2819 S GRAYSON AVE 90291

COASTAL EXEMPTION FOR FREE-STANDING PATIO COVER

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter LUCIA ESQUIVEZ (310)303-9345

ENV-2009-2308-CE

204 S HAMPTON DR 90291

TIME EXTENSION/PLAN APPROVAL

CE-CATEGORICAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter RHONDA MEISTER (310)396-6468

CEX-1999-0188-CEX

924 W HOWARD ST 90292

COASTAL EXEMPTION

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter AVI TIROSH (323)874-1071

DIR-2009-2398-CDO

1415 S LINCOLN BLVD 90291

2 ILLUMINATED PANELS ON (E) POLE SIGN CABINET WITH POLE CLADDING; 2 ILLUMINATED WALL SIGNS; 1 INFORMATION SIGN

CDO-COMMUNITY DESIGN OVERLAY DISTRICT


De Minimis Form Letter STEVE THERRIAULT (SIGN TECH) (619)398-1620

CEX-1999-0271

2010 S LINDEN AVE 90291

COASTAL EXEMPTION




De Minimis Form Letter

LOUISE LAYCOCK (213)978-0000



DIR-2009-2375-VSO

2401 S OCEAN FRONT WALK 90291

REPLACE (E) WINDOWS/DOORS (ONE FOR ONE); ADDING TWO HEADERS FOR NEW DOORS; REWORK/RECONFIGURE FRONT ENTRY STEP

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter DOUGLAS PETERS (323)356-8098

DIR-2009-2404-VSO

17 E PRIVATEER ST 90292

DEMO (E) SFD; GARAGE. INSTALL PROTECTION FENCE

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter GUY BARTOLI (310)823-4118

CEX-1999-0196

20 E PRIVATEER ST 90292

COASTAL EXEMPTION




De Minimis Form Letter LEO J. SCHWARTZBERG (818)992-1158

DIR-2009-2342-VSO


3008 S THATCHER AVE 90292

29.67 X 45.75 ADD'N TO REAR OF (E) 1-STORY SFD; PROVIDING 2 COVERED PKG ACCESSED FROM ALLEY + 1 UNCOVERED PKG FROM STREET

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter IGNATIUS OPARA (323)919-3641

ZA-2009-2371-CEX

3008 S THATCHER AVE 90292

NEW GARAGE 360 SF. AND ADDITION OF 590 SF. TO EXISTING SFD

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter JO ANN SALSOSKI (310)822-4063










Entitlement Applications Received from 2009-8-2 through 2009-8-15




COMMENTS

DIR-2009-2622-VSO

746 E CALIFORNIA AVE 90291

RENOVATION & 2ND-STORY ADD'N TO (E) 2-STORY SFD W/ DETACHED 3-CAR GARAGE & REC RM ABOVE

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimus Form Letter SEAN GALE (310)420-7887


ZA-2009-2633-CEX

746 E CALIFORNIA AVE 90291

A 656SF ADDITION TO THE 2ND-STORY OF A SINGLE-FAMILY DWELLING.

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter SEAN GALE (310)420-7887

ZA-2009-2477-CEX

117 E CLUB HOUSE AVE 90291

EXTERIOR DECK TO ADDITION TO SINGLE RESIDENCE

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter CONTANTINE TZIANTZIS (310)266-4547

ZA-2009-2616-CEX

821 W COEUR D ALENE AVE 90291

COASTAL EXEMPTION TO ALLOW INTERIOR REMODELLING AND THE REPLACEMENT OF WINDOWS FOR A SINGLE FAMILY HOME.

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimus Form Letter JESSICA IMMEDIATO (310)962-0855

DIR-2009-2577-VSO

2506 S OAKWOOD AVE 90291

1-STORY ADD'N (236SQFT) & REMODEL OF (E) 1-STORY SFD W/ DETACHED 2-CAR GARAGE ACCESSED FROM ALLEY

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimus Form Letter DARA KIMBALL (310)592-9263


DIR-2009-2522-VSO; ZA 2009-2525 CEX

1631 S SHELL AVE 90291

BATHROOM REMODEL W/ NEW 12.46SQFT ADD'N TO (E) 1-STORY SFD-12.5 sf addition

VSO-VENICE SIGNOFF

De Minimis Form Letter ROGER WHITE (310)399-4187

ENV-2009-2489-EAF: VTT-70870

522 VENICE BLVD

12-UNIT NEW RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINIUM DEVELOPMENT

EAF-ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT

De Minimis Form Letter LEN JUDAKEN (310)838-4818

ZA-2009-2496-CEX

627 E VERNON AVE 90291

REPLACE WINDOWS WITH SLIDING GLASS DOOR FOR SFD

CEX-COASTAL EXEMPTION

De Minimis Form Letter T.S CARPENTER (310)849-3067




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