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Planning Land Use & Beautification Committee Meeting
Monday, September 25, 2017
630 pm
Community Health Council 
3731 Stocker St. 2nd Floor Conference Room
Los Angeles, CA 90008 AGENDA


Revised Draft Requirements for Commerical Cannabis Activity in the City of Los Angeles DOCUMENT HEARING ON MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 CITY HALL

Public Hearing on Permanent Supportive Housing Ordinance (Homelessness) Thursday, September 28, 2017
5:00 pm -7:00 pm
Los Angeles City Hall Room #1060 
200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Crenshaw District Real Estate Development Market Report (ATTACHMENT)


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EmpowerLA-200-squareWelcome to the Empowerment Congress West Area (ECWA) Neighborhood Development Council web home. It is our goal to use our website — in tandem with Meetings, Outreach, and Social Media — as vehicle to keep our community informed, engaged and empowered.

ECWA is one of 96 certified neighborhood councils in the City of Los Angeles. The goal when Los Angeles voters established the neighborhood council system was to bring the debate that occurs at City Hall down to the community level. ECWA is appropriated a small amount of your tax dollars ($42,000 annually) to fund small community projects/events and facilitate community discussions about public policy – one of the most important tenents of participatory democracy.

city sealECWA represents the communities of Baldwin Hills Estates, Baldwin Village, Baldwin Vista, Cameo Plaza, Crenshaw Commercial District, Crenshaw Manor, Leimert Park, Village Green and Arlington Park.

Please explore our website, come to our meetings, join our mailing list and get involved with a committee.


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