ARROYO SECO NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL (ASNC)
HERMON LOCAL ISSUES COMMITTEE
Hermon Church Fellowship Center
5800 Monterey Road (at Wheeling Way), L.A. 90042
Thursday, May 13, 2010 – 7 p.m.
Spanish translation provided * * Traducción en Español
I. Opening remarks and brief explanation of ASNC and Local Issues mandates.
II. Public comments or announcements regarding non-agenda items, requests for future agenda items (within the scope of committee’s ability to address), and greetings/announcements from representatives of local elected officials or City departments (2 mins. each).
III. Updates on past Local Issues and other community requests and actions, if available, including: the community garden; (updated) plans for a new market at the plaza; CERT and emergency preparedness; www.HermonLA.org; and “Hermon in the news.”
Results of Board elections for 2010 and information
regarding unfilled seats this year which Hermon/ASNC stakeholders can apply to
fill – Local Issues Chair
V. Discussion and possible action on a request to the Department of Transportation regarding alternate parking solutions for Monterey Road (if City representatives attend this meeting).
VI. Initial suggestions and discussions surrounding Hermon community projects that could possibly be funded by the neighborhood council funds during fiscal year 2010-11 (which begins July 1)– – Local Issues Chair
NEXT MEETING: Saturday, July 10, 2010, 9 a.m., at the Hermon Church Fellowship Center,
5800 Monterey Road (enter on Wheeling Way), L.A. 90042
The purpose of the ASNC [is to]: 1) Provide a forum for discussion and review of ASNC issues and projects; 2) Engage stakeholders in deliberation and collaboration on matters affecting the community; 3) Promote participation in City governance and decision making processes, and to promote greater awareness and utilization of city services available to (ASNC) stakeholders; 4) Work with other neighborhood councils, communities and organizations on issues of common interest; 5) Advocate ASNC issues to government and private agencies, where there is widespread community agreement; 6) Inform and educate community stakeholders and residents of forthcoming projects, events, and resources available to them.