Save Lincoln Blvd from proposed WALL - 6-story, 78 foot tall project!

Save Lincoln Blvd from proposed WALL - 6-story, 78 foot tall project!

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Sally Nowak started this petition to Councilman Mike Bonin

A mixed-use building consisting of very few housing units, offices, commercial spaces, and parking problems, the likes of which we have never seen before.

In less than one week LUPC will be meeting to review the proposed Transit Oriented Community Ordinance (TOC) mix-used project at 1808-1816 Lincoln Blvd: a six-story (78-feet high) building with retail, café, office space, and housing (8 very large luxury units and 1 affordable unit), reduced parking for offices and retail and only 5 parking spaces for 40 bedrooms.

It has been referred to as a ‘by-right’ project, but no infrastructure of traffic studies has been performed to assess the impact of the project on the surrounding area. Furthermore, there has been no evaluation of the cumulative implications of future, similar TOC projects that are bound to follow – a potential wall of office buildings with few housing units creating parking and infrastructure problems like we have never seen before!

Councilmember Bonin, we are requesting that you open an important dialogue between community residents, and the Venice Neighborhood Council and the City Planning Department, before letting sub-optimal TOC projects deteriorate Lincoln Blvd and the entire Venice Community, while subverting the City’s housing goals and the mandate supported by voters of Measure JJJ.

We support development.

We DO NOT support thoughtless development! 

We ask you to urgently implement an Interim Control Ordinance to stop any future TOC project in Venice. We need time to explore a community vision for Venice and Lincoln Blvd and resolve the conflicts that exist in the Venice Community Plan, CDO and TOC.

Please push the PAUSE button on the proposed 1808-1816 Lincoln Blvd TOC Project and let the community be heard! (CASE #: DIR-2019-1133-TOC-CDO)

 

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