Sign to Support Chinatown L​.​A. Low-Income Housing Efforts & to Sustain a Diverse Community

Sign to Support Chinatown L​.​A. Low-Income Housing Efforts & to Sustain a Diverse Community

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STATEMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES FOR LOT 45 AND OTHER RELATED PROPERTIES IN LOS ANGELES CHINATOWN

Chinatown Community Coalition of Los Angeles (CCC-LA) is a community-based coalition of residents, nonprofit organization leaders, housing justice advocates, representatives of family associations, school community members, business owners, property owners, and other community-related stakeholders.  Our mission is to promote, maintain, and develop with interested stakeholders, a shared vision for our 170-year-old Chinatown community in Los Angeles that focuses on sustaining and improving our diverse, multi-ethnic neighborhood and protecting our legacy businesses, historically and culturally significant institutions, and residents who have among the lowest household incomes in Los Angeles.  Currently, we are involved with ensuring community partnering and participation in the master planning process so that underutilized Los Angeles County-owned properties, such as Lot 45 and other related or relevant properties in L.A. Chinatown, are developed or redeveloped in accordance and consistently with the shared community vision.  

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES: 

Permanent affordable housing for extremely low income residents.  In a mixed income 100% affordable housing proposal, 50% of the units should be planned for extremely low income residents, including low-wage workers, immigrant families and seniors. The development shall be community owned.

Community cultural center dedicated to cultural, social, educational, and artistic activities of interest and need for Chinatown and surrounding communities, as well as a broad range of Los Angeles residents.  Emphasis will be on preserving and promoting Chinatown’s historical and cultural heritage and significance. The purpose and activities of this cultural center are intended to bridge differences and mutual interests by promoting ethnic diversity and inclusiveness of the community.

Independent, neighborhood market with ethnically, culturally appropriate and affordable fresh produce and grocery items.

Increase access to health and human services programs and resources that provide benefits to the residents at these future housing sites and the greater Chinatown community.  

Retail and office units, prioritized for displaced, small legacy businesses and community organizations serving the Chinatown community.

Chinatown Community Coalition of Los Angeles (CCC-LA) founding members:

Organizations:  Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association of Los Angeles (CCBA-LA), Chinatown Community for Equitable Development (CCED), Chinatown Service Center (CSC), Southeast Asian Community Alliance (SEACA)

Individuals:  Ady Acero, Al Soo-Hoo, Amy Zhou, Angelica Moyes, Diane M. L. Tan, Dorothy Wong, Ernest Lee, Eugene Moy, Gay Yuen, Jason Li, John Hsu, Julie Rico, King Cheung, Mei Lau, Munson Kwok, Phyllis Chiu, Peter Ng, Sikee Louie, Sissy Trinh, Tiffany Lam, Wilson Kwong (Revised 05/1/2021)

洛杉磯唐人街45號地塊及其他相關物業的社區

社區急需要求陳述

洛杉磯華埠社區聯盟是一個由基於社區的居民,非營利組織負責人,住房正義提倡者,宗親會代表和學校社區成員, 業主,及商家組成的社區聯盟。我們與其他關心華埠利益者一起為我們170年歷史的社區促進, 安定和發展共同願景,重點是提升我們多元化,多種族的社區並保護其傳統商業,具有歷史和文化意義的機構,以及洛杉磯家庭收入最低的居民。目前,我們正在確保社區合夥並參與總體規劃過程以便根據共同的社區願景,開發和重新開發唐人街界內未被充分利用的洛杉磯縣擁有和其他加入的房地產。

優先事項:

●為極低收入居民提供永久性負擔得起的住房。 在混合收入100%經濟適用的住房提案中,應為極低收入居民(包括低薪工人,移民家庭和老年人)計劃50%的住房單位。這個開發項目應為社區擁有。

●社區文化中心,致力對唐人街,其周邊社區以及洛杉磯居民感興趣和需要的文化,社交,教育和藝術活動。它致力於保護及促進唐人街的重要性, 及歷史和文化遺產。它旨在通過促進種族多樣性和社區包容性來彌合分歧和共同利益。

●獨立的鄰里市場,有適合當地民族口味和負擔得起的新鮮農產品和雜貨項目。

●增加獲得健康和公共服務計劃和資源的機會。這些計劃和資源為未來房屋用地的居民和更大的唐人街社區帶來好處。

●零售和辦公單位,優先考慮為流離失所的小型傳統企業和唐人街社區服務的社區織。

 


洛杉磯華埠社區聯創始成員:

組織機構: 中華會館(羅省), 華埠公平發展會, 華埠服務中心, 東南亞社區聯盟

個人:  Ady Acero, Al Soo-Hoo, Amy Zhou, Angelica Moyes, Diane M. L. Tan, Dorothy Wong, Ernest Lee, Eugene Moy, Gay Yuen, Jason Li, John Hsu, Julie Rico, King Cheung, Mei Lau, Munson Kwok, Phyllis Chiu, Peter Ng, Sikee Louie, Sissy Trinh, Tiffany Lam, Wilson Kwong (2021年5月1日修訂)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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