Inglewood has released the Draft Crenshaw/Imperial Transit Oriented Development Plan and Design Guidelines (June 2021) which will have devastating impacts and the businesses and residents living near Crenshaw/Imperial and the 105 freeway. If the city rezones the area, it will bring in 11,000 more people. Former District 4 Councilman Ralph Franklin and former District 1 Planning Commissioner Erick Holly are members of the advisory team.
I just got a copy of this mailed to property owners with 500 ft from the proposed zones. how the “%” can anyone make comments about the projects they know nothing about? Let alone if they don’t have access to the internet?
Is this why celebrities are visiting the City Clerk’s office? To keep her on task of making sure residents comments don’t make it to the planning commissioners?
We know going into City Hall first floor Monday or Tuesday is next to impossible eve if the INTERESTED RESIDENTS don’t have a job. Oh, that is by design. The goal is to gentrify aka ZONE OUT the people of color or those who believed in the American Dream and bought homes for their families years ago.
I found this rendering on Urbanize LA and notice all the impacted (green) homes east of the freeway (NOT MENTIONED IN WORDS BUT ARE IN THE ZONE). And of course, the insanity of losing the three shopping centers at Crenshaw and Imperial that Ralph Franklin allegedly fought “so hard” to get.
NOTICE the units per acre are up to 60! One acre is 43,560 square feet or looking at Lockhaven where lots are 150×50 means about 6 of today’s houses. Up to ten times as many allowable housing units.
Traffic nightmares bring air quality issues because old people who carry groceries will not be bicycling. Many on Ardath did not receive the notice, and who knows about those in pink in Imperial Village or East of the 405 between Hillcrest and Florence.
Before this can be approved, the city of Hawthorne has to weigh in. Elections have consequences, and stacking the council with your preferred candidates brings about the results you want.
YOU HAVE UNTIL AUGUST 24, 2021 at 12:00pm to send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
THE PLANNING COMMISSION WILL MEET ON AUGUST 24, 2021, AT 7PM AND YOU CAN WATCH ON THE CITY’S FACEBOOK PAGE OR IN PERSON AT THE GLADYS WADDINGHAM LIBRARY LECTURE HALL.
VIEW THE PLANNING COMMISSION AGENDA BY CLICKING HERE.