During A Housing State of Emergency Cedillo Champions Proposals to House LA.
February 8, 2016
WHO: Los Angeles City Council
WHAT: House LA Initiative Vote
ITEM NO. (8) 14-0057-S1
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the preservation and development of unapproved second detached houses and accessory dwelling units.
ITEM NO. (9) 15-1002
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to permitting vehicle sharing and reducing parking requirements for residential or mixed-use buildings located near a transit corridor.
ITEM NO. (10) 15-1004
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to encouraging the construction of micro-units to help meet the City’s need for affordable housing.
ITEM NO. (11) 15-1003
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to amending the Site Plan Review Ordinance to increase the production of affordable housing in the City of Los Angeles.
ITEM NO. (12) 15-1251
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT relative to the feasibility of expanding the Department of City Planning’s Expedited Processing Section to include the review of projects with new Environmental Impact Reports (EIR).
ITEM NO. (13) 15-1007
HOUSING COMMITTEE REPORT and COMMUNICATION FROM CHAIR AND VICE-CHAIR, AD HOC ON COMPREHENSIVE JOB CREATION PLAN COMMITTEE relative to strategies for using City-owned land as sites for affordable housing developments.
WHEN: Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 10:00am
WHERE: Council Chambers, 200 N. Spring Street, Room 340, LA 90012
WHY: The City Council is set to vote on a series of motions on Tuesday that address the housing crisis in Los Angeles under the House LA Initiative. In an effort to cut red tape and streamline building in Los Angeles, Councilmember Cedillo will offer bureaucratic relief in order to facilitate smart growth and maintain and increase affordability.