Our historic neighborhood, full of both single-family homes and various forms of multi-unit buildings, has benefited greatly from zoning regulations and we object to the one-size-fits-all approach coming from Sacramento.
LFIA is writing in support of AB 1788, introduced by Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D-Santa Monica). The bill would ban second generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) in California.
We request that the Los Angeles Department of Transportation collaborate with this Working Group and take action to improve street safety, manage speeding, and promote safety on this corridor (Hyperion).
The bill would ban second generation anticoagulant rodenticides (SGARs) in California—the most toxic, “one-feeding kills” poisons—as well as first generation anticoagulants (FGARs) on state-owned properties.
Los Feliz…would be disproportionately affected by the passage of this bill.
AB 1788 is a step in the right direction towards ending the unnecessary use of rodenticides and we applaud the commitment you’ve shown by cosponsoring this bill in the state assembly.
The Rim of the Valley Corridor project provides urgently needed wildlife connectivity necessary to maintain healthy biodiversity including essential linkages to the Los Padres National Forest, the Santa Susana Mountains, and Angeles National Forest.
The LFIA…opposes numerous aspects of the Los Angeles Zoo Vision Plan… it is an entertainment densification plan, increasing the human experience at the expense of consideration for the animals’ welfare.
The Board of Directors discussed motion CF 19-0046 at its February board meeting and voted unanimously to support your motion to restrict developer donations to politicians.
In the case of 4511 Russell Ave, the unusual circumstances surrounding this project make a categorical exemption inapplicable. Specifically, the cumulative impacts resulting from unrestrained illegal demolitions of potential historic resources are significant. Additionally, the environmental hazards of a current dry cleaners adjacent to the property, a former gas station directly behind the property with gas tanks still submerged, and an unexamined fault line by the property have not been examined.