The City of West Hollywood has approved the over $41.3million Plummer Park Master Plan Phase I Project which currently includes:
• The construction of an underground parking structure (which will only net an additional 69 spaces) will necessitate demolishing historic WPA buildings, Great Hall/Long Hall as well as the destruction of 54 heritage trees, some of which are over 100 years old.
• The planned ultra-modern façade of Fiesta Hall is out-of-line with the charm and architecture of a block that includes seven landmarked buildings. Given the character of the street a modern design is inappropriate.
• This project will require the complete closure of a majority of the park for almost two years with heavy construction, noise, pollution and increased traffic in an already congested area.
Tell the City Council to STOP the project and to develop an alternative plan that we can all support.
The proposal as it stands is not compatible with the stated goals of Plummer Park Master Plan Phase I, To Honor Plummer Park’s History....
With my signature, I ask that you work with our neighborhood leaders on a Plummer Park redesign that we can ALL support.