Recreation, Culture and The Arts Committee
6 p.m. July 21
Montecito Heights Senior Center
4545 Homer Street
Supporting documentation for this meeting can be found at: http://www.asnc.us
1. Call to order, introductions - Martha Benedict, Chair
2. Mt. Washington Mural Project - Zack Christensen
Discussion of letter of support for the Cultural Affairs Department regarding a memorial mural project on bulkheads above Canyon Vista/Mt. Washington Drive below the Self-Realization Fellowship property.
3. La Plaza United Methodist Church - Ann Walnum, Judy Knapton
Discussion of letter of support for the resolution of the lease agreement between El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument Authority and the church. It is recommended that priority be placed on the historic significance of the facility and its congregation, which has been a feature of the Plaza since 1926, in keeping with the Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council’s support for historic preservation..
4. Public Comment - 2 minutes per person
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