Henry's Tacos has been a beloved San Fernando Valley taco stand and meeting place located on the corner of Moorpark St. and Tujunga Ave. in Studio City/North Hollywood, California for 51 years. It is more than just a taco stand or business to many of us who grew up in the neighborhood. Henry's is an important part of our collective history that not only has sentimental value, but cultural and historical significance as well.
Henry's Tacos classic 1960's building is intact and virtually unchanged and is architecturally significant with its classic Googie signage. The Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission voted 5-0 to recommend that the Googie-style taco stand at 11401 Moorpark St. North Hollywood, CA be named a Historic-Cultural Monument. Unfortunately, the proceedings were suspended indefinitely by Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian. Anyone familiar with the history of Henry's Tacos already knows that Henry's is a historical landmark and cultural monument and San Fernando Valley icon. We want it to remain in its current corner location intact and in business for future generations.
Tell the landlord to please renew Henry's Tacos' lease with the current or future owners.
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PETITION TARGETS:JANIS HOOD, Owner of Henry's Tacos
*MEHRAN EBRAHIMPOUR, Property Owner, Beverly Hills, CA .
PAUL KREKORIAN, LA City Council Member Dist 2 / Planning Committee Email:Councilmember.Krekorian@lacity.org Phone: (818) 755-7676