Councilman has Two  Wednesday Nov 6 and 13 Community Meetings – Homelessness and Crime

If you have questions or input on the current state of Homeless and/or Crime in Mar Vista , please RSVP and attend both of the Councilman’s Town Halls at Daniel Webster Middle School.  If you don’t get to speak at the meeting please interface with his deputies in person or in writing at the events. The more people attending possibly the growing seriousness of the proiblems in Mar Vista will be addressed.Dear Friends1 copyDear Friends2 copyDear Friends3 copyDear Friends,

Do you have questions about homelessness here in Mar Vista? Or about public safety?  I’m hosting two events in November to get you answers.

I’m holding a town hall meeting on homelessness in Mar Vista at 6:30 pm, November 6, at Daniel Webster Middle School. Exactly a week later, the Los Angeles Police Department and I are co-sponsoring a second town hall meeting on public safety in Mar Vista, at the same time and same venue. Daniel Webster Middle School is at 11333 Graham Place, near Sawtelle and National boulevards.

At the homelessness event, you’ll hear from me, the mayor’s office and other city departments about our efforts to provide housing, address issues created by encampments, and prevent homelessness. You’ll hear from officials from LA County, who will talk about their efforts to provide services, address mental health issues, public health issues and more. And you’ll hear directly from local service providers about their efforts.

At the public safety event, you’ll hear from officials with LAPD and the city attorney’s office about crime trends, arrests, prevention strategies, neighborhood policing, and community public safety partnerships.

Both events will begin with an informational presentation, and then panelists will take questions from the audience. You will have the chance to get information about and provide feedback on what’s being done and what needs to be done.

Please click here to RSVP for the November 6 Town Hall on Homelessness.

Please click here to RSVP for the November 13 Town Hall on Public Safety.

I hope you can make it to one or both of the events.

Thank you for your partnership in moving Los Angeles forward, doing good, and getting things done for our neighborhoods.


Councilmember, 11th District

Congresswoman Karen Bass Meetings Saturday October 19 and Sunday October 20th

This weekend, I will be hosting two events in the district – I hope you can attend Mobile Office Hours on Saturday, our townhall on Sunday, or both!

See below for more information:

Mobile Office Hours @ Taste of Soul:

WHAT: 37th Congressional District Mobile Office Hours

WHERE: 3810 Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90008 (map here)

WHEN: Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

RSVP: RSVP here or by calling (323) 965-1422.

A District-Wide Townhall:

WHAT: A Townhall Meeting with Rep. Karen Bass

WHERE: Robert Frost Auditorium, Culver City High School, 4401 Elenda Street, Culver City, CA 90230

WHEN: Sunday, October 20th from 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM

RSVP: RSVP here or by calling 323-965-1422.

We hope to see you this weekend!

Karen Bass
Member of Congress
37th Congressional District of California

Meeting on Culver City Development on East Boulevard Tonight October 17 6:30PM

From Michael Scheffe in the South Oval:
“Hi Neighbors –
As many of you know, Ray and Millie’s old place at 4233 East Blvd. was sold to a buyer who is now planning a four-unit townhouse project on the site.
We’re talking about the last house before the condos and apartments, on the west side of East Blvd., as you head towards Washington Blvd.
Parking for the four units will be underground. The development will include three 3-bedroom units, each with 3 1/2 baths. The fourth will be a 4-bedroom unit with four baths. The total aggregate area is anticipated to be 7877 square feet. Average unit size will be 1969 sf.
Note that the actual lot size is 7098 sf. A screenshot of a ZIMAS search is attached (this lot can’t be searched by address, however). The property is zoned by Culver City as Medium Density, Multiple Family.”
“The architect, Aaron Brumer, and the owner, Michael Simkin, sent residents living near the site a notification (attached) about a meeting to discuss the project. The owner is required to get community input on his conceptual plans, early in the process.
This meeting is scheduled for this Thursday in Culver City, from 6:30 – 8:00 pm.
Meeting site:
Tilden Terrace Conference Room
11048 Washington Blvd., Culver City 90232
Tilden Terrace occupies the east side of Washington Blvd., between Tilden and Harter avenues. The meeting room isn’t specified on the flier, but parking will be available on the first floor. Please see attached flier for aerial views of the East Blvd. property and Tilden Apartments.
If you’d like to weigh in on the project, this is your chance.
See you soon –