From the latest L.A. Conservancy
"We hope that you can attend a crucial hearing next Tuesday -- the first Los Angeles City Council committee hearing in recent memory to be solely devoted to citywide historic preservation policies and funding.
Included on the agenda will be the first Council presentation of the implementation plan for a citywide historic resources survey.
The hearing will be held on Tuesday, November 23rd, 2:00 p.m. at City Hall,
200 N. Spring St., Rm. 1010 (10th Floor), and is a special joint meeting of the Council's Planning and Land Use management (PLUM) Committee and the Arts, Parks, Health and Aging Committee. This may be the best opportunity we've had in years to bring Los Angeles' historic preservation program into line with other major cities, so it's very important that supporters of preservation attend this hearing and send a strong message to the City Council."
The email goes on to outline the meeting's still-forming agenda, as well as the Conservancy's wish list for possible outcomes.
Sounds interesting, but unfortunate scheduling (the Tuesday afternoon before Thanksgiving) may limit attendance by local preservationists.
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