PLANNING, LAND USE AND MOBILITY I COMMITTEE
The Planning, Land Use and Mobility Committee focuses on the broad variety of planning issues.
The Committee facilitates and provides a forum for public discussion and input on individual projects shaping the Woodland Hills-Warner Center’s landscape.
Our goal is to encourage innovative and responsible land use planning that improves WHWCNC for all current and future stakeholders, including residents, businesses, employees, and the City as a whole. We recognize that the development of WHWCNC has both social and economic impacts.
Karen Koe, Chair
Marty Lipkin, Vice Chair
- Gordon Murley
- Nancy McLean
- Don Patterson
- Ray Cole
- Henry Rice
- August Steurer
- Joyce Fletcher
- Dennis DiBiase
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Our guiding principles encourage excellent design that is sustainable, transit-oriented, pedestrian-friendly, and compatible with existing and developing uses in the many neighborhoods that make up WHWCNC area of jurisdiction.
This committee provides the research and proposed motions that form the advice provided by the WHWCNC to the LA Planning Department and the 3rd Council District Office and the Council Member.
Discussion of the new Community Plan at the October 4th, 2017 WHIP Meetingread more
Creating a New Experience
Bob Blumenfield and the LADOT are sponsoring a public meeting to present
Ventura Blvd streetscape concepts
This meeting will unveil project alternatives to enhance the western edge
of Ventura Boulevard in Woodland HIlls (West Of Shoup)
Monday July 10 at 6pm at American Legion Hall 826
5320 Fallbrook Ave.
Woodland Hills CA 91367
RSVP Shawn Dunn 818-774-4330read more
A Public Scoping Meeting will be held to receive input as to what environmental topics the (EIR) Environmental Impact Report should study. No decisions about the project are made at the Public Scoping Meeting.read more