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PLEASE WEIGH IN: A compromise plan for the Griffith Park situation.

Don Ward
Los Angeles, CA, United States

Apr 7, 2015 — Dear All,

I've put together a plan 1.1 showing what I and others think could be a very work-able solution for the mess that is currently trashing our park interior on Mt. Hollywood Dr., and creating traffic chaos in that area of the park. Please visit the Facebook event page to see a graphic that I put together that features a traffic flow solution and market based congestion pricing parking model that I believe will regulate the amount of cars drawn into the park while encouraging park users to choose cheap and convenient public transportation such as the DASH bus system.

I'm pretty proud of the illustration but I want to gather as much honest brutal feedback as possible so that by the time this is hashed out and presented we can gather substantial support across all park users, hikers, bikers, drivers, equestrians. We can then present a plan to the folks in the adjacent communities of Beachwood, Ferndell, Lake Hollywood and Vermont Canyon with the goal of convincing the board of park commissioners and the GM of Rec and Parks to do the right thing. It is a monumental task that may ultimately go nowhere, but please weigh in and lets try to make it happen. Your voice matters.

Please follow this link and weigh in: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10206302878916696&set=gm.876412525737759&type=1&theater

If you dont have a Facebook account, please feel free to email me personally at roadblock@wolfpackhustle.com

Thanks
-Don Ward


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