Posted in September 2011

Bill Rosendahl Presents Transpo Concerns to Stadium Developers

The Ad Hoc Committee on Farmers Field met Monday morning at L.A. City Hall where representatives from Anschutz Entertainment Group gave a presentation on transportation as it relates to the proposed downtown stadium. Councilmemeber Bill Rosendahl, who is the vice-chair of the ad hoc committee and chairs the City’s transportation committee, presented a series of questions to the developers: SB … Continue reading

LAPD: Recent Burglaries in Mar Vista Area

The LAPD is releasing information on residential burglaries that have occurred over the past week in the Palms and Mar Vista Area. The LAPD recently reported that there was a rash of daytime burglaries in the Palms and Mar Vista areas. This trend has continued, and over the past week there were 5 additional daytime … Continue reading

LMU Meeting

The LMU Neighborhood Advisory Committee had its first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 22 at LMU’s Roski Dining Hall, with more than 60 people in attendance. Issues of concern included student parties and projected parking issues in 2012. The Westside university is expected to start charging for parking next fall according to Nate Kaplan, Field Deputy for Councilmember Bill … Continue reading

Public Outreach Leading Up to LA Triathlon

As we head into a weekend full of events on the Westside, Councilmember Bill Rosendahl announced the following measures his council office has taken to help mitigate the impact the LA Triathlon will have on the community and the Abbot Kinney Festival. The council office has required the event sponsor of the L.A. Triathlon to: … Continue reading

VNC Approves Main Street Diet Plan

The Venice Neighborhood Council voted 13-3 in favor of a plan proposed by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to improve safety for bicyclists and pedestrians while calming traffic on Main Street. The neighborhood council also included two amendments: that the motion approval be made in concept only and the bike lane be widened six … Continue reading