On Tuesday, March 21, the City Council Planning and Land Use Management Committee voted to support the proposed Historic Preservation Overlay Zone for the Miracle Mile Neighborhood, and forwarded the matter to the full City Council for its approval at its meeting scheduled for Friday, March 24.
On Thursday afternoon, however, City Council Member David Ryu’s office announced that the full council vote has now been re-scheduled for Tuesday, March 28, “to complete the fair hearing and public comment on the matter.” The re-scheduling is likely a result of the fact that public comments at this week’s PLUM Committee meeting were truncated because some members of the committee had to leave early, so not all stakeholders who submitted speaker cards to testify at the public hearing were able to do so. At the end of the PLUM meeting, it was announced that cards for people who did not get a chance to speak at that meeting would be retained, in case there was another chance to speak at the full council meeting. The rescheduling of the full council’s vote to Tuesday will likely provide time for those speakers to have their say.
The hearing and vote is now scheduled for the full City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 28, 10:00 a.m., Room 340, Los Angeles City Hall, 200 N. Spring St.