Transparency in General Plan development process
- Bel Air-Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council (modified version)
- Pacific Palisades Community Council
- South Robertson Neighborhoods Council
- Westside Neighborhood Council
- Westwood Community Council
We request that Planning Department Work Group meetings now underway about our shared ideas and ideals for the Los Angeles General Plan and its many Elements be made fully transparent, be set at evening and weekend hours; be open to the public as of now; include representatives from the Neighborhood/Community Council system; and expand from the four meetings, now nearly completed in closed-door meetings, to four additional meetings that follow the above prescription.
Minutes and general discussion notes should be made publicly available from past and future meetings.
We further request, in the same vein, that the Mayor’s Planning Task Force and Transportation Infrastructure Steering Committee for the General Plan be made fully transparent, be set at evening and weekend hours; be open to the public as of now; and expand its closed-door meetings to several additional meetings that follow the above prescription.
Brought forward to WRAC by Ileana Wachtel, on behalf of former supporters of Measure S.
BABCNC passed a version that does not call for representatives to be added.