VNNC Executive Meeting – February 5 (Monday), 2018 @ 6:30 pm

My Fellow Citizens,
 
The Van Nuys Council will be having an Executive Committee Meeting this coming Monday at the Van Nuys Public Library.  Please come by and voice your concerns and goals for our community in 2018 and beyond.
 
Thank you for your continued interest in Van Nuys, the San Fernando Valley, and the Los Angeles area.  Our meeting will promptly start at 6:30pm and we will be done by 8:00pm.  I invite you to get more involved with the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, and maybe possibly apply to become a “Council Ambassador” in the future.
 
It is a special privilege to serve as the Council President and Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys, and thank you for this great opportunity to be a part of our community.  
 
-George Christopher Thomas, Council President & Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys
Van Nuys Neighborhood Council
 
1. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance to the United States of America
2. Roll Call (Quorum Call)
3. Comments from the Chair (President) of the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council
4. Public Comment (On matters within the VNNC Board’s Jurisdiction.) *Speaker Cards: 2 minutes, 1 Public Comment Time. (This includes speaker cards on any and all agenda items — a limit of 10 minutes for the entire meeting per Stakeholders and Councilmembers alike)
 
5. Secretary’s Report — Jeanette Hopp
6. Treasurer’s Report — Veronica Marin and/or Second Signatory — Approve Treasurer’s Report
7. Committee Chairperson’s Reports, Budget Advocate’s Report, Elected Officials’ Reports & Election Chair’s Report
8. New Business
a. The VNNC to partner with the Los Angeles Public Library and the Children’s and Teen Librarians for possible proposals to use government funds for the benefit of our community.
The VNNC to formally discuss what is required to seek approval of these funds for the Van Nuys Library so the Librarians can begin to write proposals. (NTE $8000)
b. Please place the 2500 feet Public Health and Safety Buffer motion on the agenda for the next Executive Committee Meeting.  I have tried several times to be on the Executive Committee Agenda since I attended the Land Use meeting in November.  I hope you all are the correct members for committee.  If not, please forward this email to the proper individuals.
c. Planning and Land Use Committee to request $750 per month funding for paralegal work in an effort to properly document and schedule multiple request for land use related matters. These items require technical and legal accuracy in setting forth meeting Notices, Agenda, Minutes and approvals. Paperwork and drafting requirements include setting and scheduling agendas, receiving and distributing renderings, summary documentation, reviewing city applications, taking accurate minutes, noting committee comments and conditions of approval, drafting technically correct support letters and preparing summaries for the larger VNNC meetings.
  
d. Hi George, My name is Venessa with Precision Concrete Cutting. We’ve been helping communities and cities repair & develop safe and ADA compliant sidewalk plans for over a decade. I would like to discuss how we can assist the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council have safer sidewalks in the community. May I have a 5-10 minutes on your Agenda at your next board meeting?  I will follow up with you Monday and I look forward to hearing back from you. Thank you for your time.
e.  The VNNC to feature Rev. K. W. Tulloss of the Los Angeles Chapter of the National Action Network in it’s ongoing “Distinguished Speaker Series.”  The Reverend will address the Council for 15 minutes, with a question and answer session to follow up the speech.  The VNNC will also take 5 minutes to brain storm with the Reverend and come up with four new ways to collaborate with his organization in 2018. Funding for the collaborations shall not exceed $4000. This item to be referred to the Budget Committee. (NTE $4000)
f.  Council to vote on designating the boundaries of the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council a “Sancatuary City.” Council to act in several ways, including sending a “Memorandum Of Understanding” letter to all levels of law enforcement from the local to the federal level. The Van Nuys Neighborhood Council to host an Immigration Forum to discuss current status of living and working in the United States. The VNNC to also request Consul General Offices of Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru and Nigeria move to Van Nuys.
  
g.  The Council to vote on making Van Nuys a 100% clean energy city.  Across the nation, people in both red states and blue states are realizing that modernizing our cities with 100% clean and renewable energy will help create jobs and boost local economies. Cities like Aspen, CO, Greensburg, KS, and Burlington, VT, have already achieved 100% clean energy. And internationally, Vancouver, Paris, and Sydney are also going all-in on clean energy.  A recent economic study estimated that a transition to clean energy will add 1 million jobs in the U.S. by 2030 and increase household disposable income by $350-$400 in 2030 and by as much as $650 in 2050.  The renewable energy sector is booming. Wind and solar prices have rapidly declined in the past five years, and the solar industry is one of the fastest growing sectors of the US economy.  Poll after poll shows that a majority of Americans support renewable energy. In a recent national survey of U.S. adults paid for by the Sierra Club, a whopping 83 percent of respondents said they support a goal of 100% clean energy.  With cities like Paris and San Diego leading the way, it’s time for our city to step up to the plate. We too deserve clean air, good jobs, and strong leadership.  I’m ready for Van Nuys and our community to go 100% clean energy!  Council to submit a Community Impact Statement.
h. We support consumer rights to product safety, financial privacy, and regulation of public goods. We support policies that help workers balance work and family lives. We are unflinchingly devoted to the protection of civil rights and liberties, and abhor discrimination in all its forms. We are committed to ensuring that all Californians live healthy and safe lives that allow them to spend time with their families and friends and be an active part of their communities.  Council to submit a Community Impact Statement.
i.  The VNNC to discuss and debate making Cesar Chavez Day a National Holiday.  The VNNC to formally grasp in a government understanding the overwhelming complexity in how one goes about making a “National Holiday” a reality.  The VNNC to support it’s immigrant and Spanish speaking community by backing those people that came before us and created rights in America that were not there at the time, people like Cesar Chavez who protested in a non-violent fashion.  The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement (CIS) in regards to this issue.
j.  The VNNC to create a “City Health Exchange Department” to give health coverage to all of the people of Van Nuys.  The VNNC to work in conjunction with Valley Presbyterian Hospital in making this happen.  The VNNC to also co-host and sponsor the “Health Fair” in October where we support and screen as many constituents as possible.  The VNNC to financially support this event and endeavor.  (NTE $5000)
k.  The VNNC to undertake the formal process of remodeling the pergola in front of the LAPD station.  The VNNC to design office space for the Council, as well as a replica of the White House Cabinet Room and Oval Office which would be life size and be used as a museum of sorts.
l.  The VNNC to seek out and work with other Neighborhood Councils to address regional concerns of the San Fernando Valley, including transportation issues and after school programs.
m.  The VNNC to officially come up with a symbol for the LETTER as used in legal paperwork and official correspondence.  The VNNC to use the example of the hashtag or number sign to establish the “Letter Sign.”  The VNNC to submit the design to the trademark office back east to be officially established.
n.  The VNNC to submit another 15 Community Impact Statements to continue dominating the NC scene.  The VNNC to be #1 in every category there is, including the number of CIS reports sent to City Hall.
o.  The VNNC to establish the “Offical Van Nuys Fossil.”  The VNNC also to establish the “Official Van Nuys Tall Ship,” as well as the “Official Van Nuys Fife & Drum Band.”
  
p.  Any additional items, new items, old items, items that may come up, past items or future items for the VNNC to consider.
9. Announcements
10. Adjournment

Photos of VNNC Outreach Meeting (1/30/2018) at Bob Hertzberg (California Senator of District 18) Van Nuys Office

From VNNC Outreach Chair Maria Skelton:

” I had a blessed and positive Outreach Meeting at State Senator Robert Hertzberg’s office. We were able to discuss and plan great events for the community. ”

“After the meeting we went on a tour of the Senator’s office. Thanks again, Hertzberg and his representative Mr. Marco Santana.”

VNNC Outreach Committee Meeting – January 30 (Tuesday), 2018 @ 6:00 -7:30 pm

January 30, 2018 (Tuesday 6:00- 7:30 pm)

California State Building Offices

6150 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite #400

Van Nuys, CA 91401

  1. Call to order & pledge of allegiance to the United States of America.
  2. Roll call
  3. Comments from the chair — Conversations, correspondence received.Introductions of first time attending stakeholders.
  4. Discussion and possible action re: Approval of minutes from past OutreachCommittee Meetings
  5. Old Business:A. Update, Discussion and Possible Action. Anti-bullying awareness meeting. $1500.00 is already approved.

    B. Discussion and Possible action. Funding for local community family festival in Van Nuys. Sahag Yedalian (Field Deputy) of Council District 2. NTE $ 3100.00.

  6. New Business:A. Discussion and Possible Action. Neighborhood Clean-up. NTE $500.00

    B. Discussion and Possible Action. First Annual – Honor your teacher award ceremony. NTE $2000.00

    C. Discussion and Possible Action. Battle of the Churches in the month of May. NTE $ 1000.00

    D. Administrative item. Discussion in regards to the VNNC website. Committee will discuss to whom is responsible and able to post into the council’s website of outreach photos.

  7. Public Comments
  8. Announcements
  9. Adjourn

2018-1-30-VNNC Outreach Committee Meeting

VNNC Retreat / Executive Committee Agenda – January 22, 2018 (Monday) @ 6:30 pm

My Fellow Citizens,
 
The Van Nuys Council will be having our Executive Committee Meeting this coming Monday at the Van Nuys Public Library.  As you know, the library is located at 6250 Sylmar Avenue, so please come by and voice your concerns and goals for our community in 2018 and beyond.
 
Thank you for your continued interest in Van Nuys, the San Fernando Valley, and the Los Angeles area.  I invite you to get more involved with the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council, and maybe possibly apply to become a “Council Ambassador” in the future.
 
It is a special privilege to serve as the Council President and Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys, and thank you for this great opportunity to be a part of our community.  
 
-George Christopher Thomas, Council President & Honorary Mayor of Van Nuys
Van Nuys Neighborhood Council
 
1. Call to Order & Pledge of Allegiance to the United States of America
2. Roll Call (Quorum Call)
3. Comments from the Chair (President) of the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council
4. Secretary’s Report — Jeanette Hopp 
5. Treasurer’s Report — Veronica Marin and/or Second Signatory 
6. Committee Chairperson’s Reports, Budget Advocate’s Report, Elected Officials’ Reports & Election Chair’s Report
7. New Business
a. The VNNC to begin to generate and brand the Van Nuys area to create a specific identity and neighborhood feel.  The VNNC to establish the “Official Sport of Van Nuys” as well as the “Official Dinosaur Of Van Nuys” and the “Official Color of Van Nuys.”
b. The VNNC to completely and official review the bylaws and the amended changes.  The VNNC to discuss once again all bylaws and amended changes.  The VNNC to vote on and accept the current bylaws before the council, and all amended changes.
c. The VNNC to discuss and take possible action on the proposed language.  “Under Article V Governing Board 1) Section 7: Absences, (the language was changed to) {(Any Director who misses three (3) unexcused consecutive regular board meetings in any six (6) month period may be subject to removal by majority vote of the Board.)}”
d. The VNNC to discuss and take possible action on the proposed language. “2) Under Article V Governing Board Section 3: Selection of Officers (the language was changed to ) Section 12: Selection of Officers {The Board will elect its Officers every two (2) years by simple majority vote by the Directors present at the General Board meeting. The selection of Officers will take place in July of that year.(starting in 2019, then 2021, followed by 2023 etc.////The wording “The selection of Officers will take place in July of every odd number year.” was also acceptable)} (there already is a Section 3 in Article V).
d1. The VNNC to discuss and take possible action on the proposed language. “3) Under Article V Governing Board Section 4: Officer Terms (the language was changed to ) Section 13: Officer Terms {(The Officers shall serve a term of two (2) years. There are no term limits.)} ( there already is a Section 4 in Article V).”
e.  Refunds and over-payments returned to the Board.  Procedure to return an overpayment of a boardmember reimbursement to the City of Los Angeles, its agency, section or department pursuant to a Court decision.  The above wording complies with Cal. Gov Code, § 54954.2(a).
f.  The VNNC to discuss and debate the advice and rules of having Standing and Ad Hoc Committees.  The VNNC to go over and review the Department Of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE) handout and flyer.  The VNNC to once again discuss committee goals and assignments.  The VNNC also to go over the PDF “Tips On Chairing A Meeting.”
g.  The VNNC to discuss and debate the step by step guide on how to file a Community Impact Statement.  The VNNC to elect those Councilmembers than can file a Community Impact Statement,  The VNNC to become the most prolific council in Los Angeles in regards to filing CIS statements.
  
h.  The VNNC to discuss the requirements of Committee Chairs in regards to the Ralph M. Brown Act.  The VNNC to officially train the Committee Chairs in how to run a meeting, how to post the agenda, and all other requirements that come with being a VNNC Committee Chairperson.
i.  The VNNC to discuss coming up with a handful of “actions” that we know the Board will most likely utilize (e.g. amending a motion, tabling a motion, postponing a motion, referring to committee) and providing clear step-by-step guidelines that VNNC members can follow.  If these modified sets of parliamentary procedures work for the Board, perhaps the VNNC can adopt it into the VNNC Standing Rules.
 
j.  The VNNC to discuss the Strategic Plan, Self Assessment, Outreach Survey and Budget Packet.  The VNNC to address NPGs – Establish application period for Board to accept applications (quarterly? 2 times a year?) Once the application period has closed, the Board can review at one meeting and approve.  The VNNC to discuss Outreach Events – Establish calendar of events for Board to sponsor and co-sponsor. By pre-identifying, you’re able to prioritize and also there’s clarity for the Board on which events to support and recruit volunteers for in the future.  The VNNC to address CIS – Identify Council Files / legislation. Have a committee identify, review, and formulate follow up questions/positions/actions. At the Board meeting you can have respective elected offices follow up and/or field questions from the Board. The VNNC to address Community Advocacy – Have the Board agree upon 4 issues in the community for the Board to tackle for the year. Once issues have been identified, list which City Departments are responsible, assign Boardmember and/or committee and refer all stakeholder inquires re: topic to Committee/designated person.
k. The VNNC to consider the following Community Impact Statements.  The VNNC to discuss and debate, then vote on the following Community Impact Statements.  The VNNC to pass between 30-60 CIS statements at the retreat, thus making the VNNC #1 in the entire city in regards to submitting CIS statements.
k1.  The VNNC to discuss and debate the VAN NUYS CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT COMMUNITY DESIGN OVERLAY (Council File # 06-3189).  Motion – Van Nuys Boulevard is a major corridor running through the heart of the San Fernando Valley. This Boulevard has always served as an important part of the economic growth of Van Nuys. Councilmember Miscikowski in 2000 introduced a motion to institute changes along the Boulevard that would eventually lead to the development of the Van Nuys Central Business District Community Design Overlay (CDO). Due to that motion, we have slowly started to see improvements in the quality of the buildings and the businesses along the portion of Van Nuys Boulevard that the CDO covers. The Van Nuys CDO covers the area on Van Nuys Boulevard from Calvert Street to Vanowen Street. There are a few gaps along Van Nuys Boulevard that would benefit from extending the CDO to cover those areas and star a uniform design and upgrade to Van Nuys Boulevard. THEREFORE MOVE that the City Planning Department be instructed to prepare an amendment to extend the Van Nuys Central Business District CDO to include the commercial areas south to Oxnard Street and north to the railroad tracks (north of Keswick Street). FURTHER MOVE that the City Planning Department be instructed to amend the guidelines/regulations on storefront signage, relating to sign square footage, on Van Nuys Boulevard to be comparable with the Ventura Boulevard Specific Plan. OLD COUNCIL FILE 01-2527 AND SUPPLEMENT  —  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k2.  The VNNC to discuss and debate, assess and coordinate revitalization opportunities / Van Nuys Civic Center / Van Nuys Boulevard between Victory Boulevard and Oxnard Street.  (Council File # 16-0411)  — The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k3.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 11-1878.  Van Nuys Airport / Management Structure / Airport Commission Creation / Privatization.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k4.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 10-1753.  Downtown Van Nuys Public Safety Improvement Plan.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k5.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 17-0937.  6262 Van Nuys Boulevard / Pacoima Beautiful / Right of Entry (ROE) Permit.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k6.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 15-0367.  Van Nuys Airport Quiet Jet Departure Program / Noise and Abatement Program / Stage 3 Aircraft.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k7.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 07-3323.  WIRELESS BROADBAND SECURITY CAMERAS / VAN NUYS CIVIC CENTER.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k8.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 14-1174-S12.  Van Nuys Boulevard in Pacoima / Public Infrastructure Improvements / CRA/LA Excess Bond Proceeds.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k9.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 13-1103-S1 14415 Sylvan Street / Old Fire Station 39 / Exploring Potential Economic Development.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k10.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File #16-0121.  6262 Van Nuys Boulevard, Suites A,C,D and E / Marvin Braude Constituent Service Center / Connect the Dots Van Nuys Event / Aria Lands Institute / Pacoima Beautiful / LA County Bicycle Coalition.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k11.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 10-1751.  Van Nuys Airport Industrial Core Public Safety Improvement Plan.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k12.  The VNNC to discuss and debate Council File # 11-0897.  Van Nuys Central Business District Community Design Overlay District / Allowable Signage.  The VNNC to submit a CIS in regards to this Council File.
k13.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Affordable Housing Commission,  Meeting Time: 3rd Wednesday of every month, at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 pm,  Meeting Location: City Hall, 200 N. Spring St., Room 1070.  The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k14.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Airport Commissioners.  Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.  Meeting Location: LAX, Board Room, #107, Administration Building.  The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k15.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Board of Animal Services,  Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Monday at 10:00 a.m.  Meeting Location: City Hall, Room 1060  The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k16.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Area Planning Commission (APC) / South Valley,  Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 4:30 p.m.  Meeting Location: Marvin Braude San Fernando Valley Constituent Center, 6262 Van Nuys Blvd., 1st Floor Mtg. Room The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k17.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Building and Safety Commissioners, Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.  Meeting Location: 201 N. Figueroa St., Room 900The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k18.  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the Building and Safety Commissioners, Meeting Time: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m.  Meeting Location: 201 N. Figueroa St., Room 900The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k19.  The VNNC to continue to use the exact language from the last five agenda items, with considerations for the following Boards/Commissions. (See Below)  The VNNC to reach out and establish a working relationship with the following Boards/Commissions  The VNNC to elect and/or appoint a liaison to be the main contact person between the VNNC and the aforementioned Board/Commission.  The VNNC to invite the Chair of the aforementioned Board/Commission to participate in our “Distinguished Speakers Series.”  The VNNC to come up with and address three issues the Board/Commission and the VNNC can collaborate on for the betterment of the community. The VNNC to submit a Community Impact Statement to the Board/Commission in regards to the actions established on this agenda item at our Council Meeting.
k19a.  Citizens Committee for the Selection of the Executive Director of the Office of Public Accountability — Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2:00 pm — Meeting Location: City Hall, Room 1060
k19b.  Civil Service Commissioners, Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. — Meeting Location: 700 E. Temple St., Room 350
 
k19c.  Community and Family Services, Commission for — Meeting Time: First Monday of every month at 10:00 a.m to 12:00 pm — Meeting Location: City Hall, 200 N. Spring St., Room 1060
k19d.  Community Forest Advisory Committee — Meeting Time: 1st Thursday of every month at 1:00 p.m. — Meeting Location: City Hall, 200 N. Spring St. – BPW Rm. 361
k19e.  Convention and Tourism Development, Board of Los Angeles — Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. — Meeting Location: 1201 S. Figueroa St., LA Convention Center Exec. Board Rm.
k19f.  Cultural Affairs Commission — Meeting Time: 3rd Thursdays at 1:30 p.m.
Meeting Location: 201 N. Figueroa St., Ste. 1400
k19g. Cultural Heritage Commission — Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 10:00 a.m. — Meeting Location: City Hall, Room 1010
k19h.  Disability, Commission on — Meeting Time: 2nd Wednesday at 1:00 p.m.
Meeting Location: 200 N. Spring St., BPW, Room 350
k19i.  Disabled Access Appeals Commission — Meeting Time: Thursdays at 10:00 
k19j.  El Pueblo De Los Angeles Historical Monument Authority — Meeting Time: 2nd and 4th Thursday at 2:00 p.m. — Meeting Location: 125 Paseo de la Plaza, Biscailuz Building, Basement
k19k.  Employee Relations Board — Meeting Time: 4th Monday at 9:30 a.m.
Meeting Location: City Hall East, 200 N. Main St., Room 1100
k19l.  Ethics Commission, City — Meeting Time: 2nd Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. — Meeting Location: City Hall, Room 1060
k19m.  Fire and Police Pension Commissioners, Board of — Meeting Time: 1st and 3rd Thursdays at 8:30 a.m.  Meeting Location: 701 E. 3rd St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
l.  The VNNC to recap the goals of winning every award given by the Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils (VANC).  The VNNC to come up with a plan to shine by being the #1 Neighborhood Council in all of Los Angeles.  The VNNC to establish ten (10) categories that City Hall can judge Neighborhood Councils, then submit the list to DONE and the Los Angeles City Council.  The VNNC to completely dominate the NC scene, and be #1 in every category. 
 
m.  Any additional items for the agenda, additional comments, or anything else for council consideration.
  
8. Public Comment (on matters within the VNNC Board’s jurisdiction.) *Speaker Cards: 2 minutes, 1 Public Comment Time. (This includes speaker cards on any and all agenda items — a limit of 10 minutes for the entire meeting per Stakeholders and Councilmembers alike.)
 
9. Announcements
10. Adjournment

VNNC Outreach Chair Maria Skelton Celebrating Martin Luther King Day last Monday

PlanCheckNC Meeting Saturday, January 13, 2018 @ 10:00 am

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