By NATHAN SOLIS
On the agenda this week are items related to Echo Park street repairs and homeless outreach. A river revitalization project in Atwater wants to dip into Measure R Funds, and an El Sereno market wants to change its beer and wine permit to a full line of alcoholic beverages.
District 1 Councilman Gil Cedillo has proposed extending the a reward in connection with the unsolved murder of Michelle Lozano, whose body was found April 26, 2011 near the southbound 5 Freeway in Boyle Heights. Tuesday, December 9.
The neighborhood council’s Parks, Public Works and Environment Committee in Echo Park will tackle issues on street repairs, homeless outreach and the next phase of the Sunset Boulevard improvements. Wednesday, December 10.
The Atwater Village Neighborhood Council would like to enter persuade L.A. River Revitalization Corporation and Public Works to contribute $250,000 toward the Atwater Landing Project. Funds would be secured from Measure R, including local return funds and a road construction program in Supervisor Yaroslavsky’s district. Monday, December 8.
- The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council’s Homeless Coalition committee will discuss efforts to bring to the bring the Home for Good program, which focuses homeless veterans and the chronically homeless, to the neighborhood. Monday, December 8.
- A public hearing has been scheduled regarding a permit to allow a proposed cafe to serve beer and wine at 2924 W. Bellevue Avenue. The public is invited to listen in on the zoning administrator’s decision. Wednesday, December 10 at Ramona Hall.
The applicant, Big Saver Foods, want to upgrade their permit to so it can sell a full line of alcoholic beverages – not just beer and wine – at a new, 23,225 square-foot supermarket at 5168 E. Huntington Drive. Thursday, December 11.
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