Fact Sheets

State Senator Kevin De Leon's Mount Washington Staff

Natalie Seaman

Kevin De Leon represents Mount Washington along with a diverse swath of LA Country including Hollywood, Downtown LA, Pico-Union, parts of Pasadena, etc. He has been a presence here at many local events and his staff folks are often also in the ‘hood.  Recently I caught up with Kevin and asked him, who, among his staff, is assigned to Mount Washington?

Mount Washington Produce Collective, Thursdays at Mt. Washington School

Amara Poolswasdi

The Produce Collective is a subscription program, where members receive a weekly box of farm-fresh produce delivered to Mount Washington Elementary school.

Here’s What Patch Says About Patch

Patch is a new way to find out about, and participate in, what’s going on near you.

We’re a community-specific news and information platform dedicated to providing comprehensive and trusted local coverage for individual towns and communities.

High Speed Rail in Our Neighborhood?

The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) is proposing high-speed rail (HSR) for travel between major metropolitan areas of California.

710 Freeway Extension

FACT SHEET  (DRAFT #1  8-09)

Red Flag Towaway Days Are Coming

The Fire Dept. has told us that they will begin to enforce the new Red Flag Day Towaway ordinance (# 177215) in August, so we need to prepare ourselves for this period.  Typically, any year has approximately 10 Red Flag days within the City of LA (as opposed to LA County), and many streets within Mt. Washington are affected, principally on the East side of Mt. Washington and in the Five Points area.

Interim Control Ordinance in Mt. Washington

The City Planning and Land Use Management committee is currently considering draft language proposed by Councilmember Reyes and then-Councilmember Villaraigosa, which would create an Interim Control Ordinance for some ridgeline and hillside areas in Mt. Washington, Glassell Park, Montecito Heights and El Sereno.  Testimonies from many were heard on Sept. 6, and revisions to the draft are expected shortly.

Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance Hearing

On June 23, the Mt. Washington Assoc. joined with the Glassell Park Improvement Assoc., the Arroyo Seco, Glassell Park, and Eagle Rock Neighborhood Councils and TERA to hold a forum on the proposed Inclusionary Zoning Ordinance.  Over 200 people came to the L A River Center, to listen to and discuss with our councilmembers Reyes and Garcetti and representatives from Liveable Spaces, Central City Assoc., Southland Regional Association of Realtors,  Century Housing and MWH Development Corporation.

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