Greater Wilshire
Budget Breakdown
$6086.00
$29414.00
$0.00
$1500.00
$2370.00
$0.00
Metrics
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46
20
4
500
600
4
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The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council seeks to engage stakeholders in a meaningful way that raises our “neighborhood IQ” and has a positive impact on the quality of life in the Greater Wilshire area.
1)    Engage with stakeholders and city agencies to help shape and clarify local land use codes, ordinances and policies, particularly relating to such hot-button issues as mansionization, small lot subdivisions, historic preservation, preservation of single family neighborhoods, etc.
2)    Become an “island of enforcement” to encourage development in harmony with neighborhood standards.
3)    Expand our resources for community information through increased usage of our web site, social media outlets (Facebook, Twitter, NextDoor), and email list.
4)    Provide a forum for stakeholder discussion, exploration and involvement in our community, using tools such as issue-oriented community forums and GWNC-sponsored neighborhood walking tours.
5)    Work to educate and engage our community about creating and maintaining a sustainable environment. 
6)    Engage with other organizations and coalitions to build greater relationships and networks both within our boundaries and the greater city.
1)    Continue the operation of our very active and highly respected Land Use Committee meetings, where zoning issues of all types are addressed frequently and robustly. Conduct proposed forums on community planning issues such as ReCode LA and the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative to educate stakeholders and communicate community concerns about the topics to city officials who shape these policies.
2)    Continue the well-developed traditions of our Land Use Committee, which agendizes various enforcement issues at the requests of stakeholders, developers and our own committee members, and regularly reviews all local project applications for items worthy of specific consideration and discussion.  Also continue to regularly follow up committee and board discussions and actions with prompt communications to city officials regarding board actions, enforcement requests and community sentiment on such issues.  
3)    Continue to develop our ongoing relationships with local media, as well as our own outreach via e-mail, electronic newsletters, participation at community events, etc. Increase outreach, awareness and involvement by growing our e-mail list, Facebook and Twitter followers, and NextDoor reach. Sponsor and promote a series of public discussions or forums on such topics as ReCode LA, Metro Transit-oriented Neighborhoods, Ellis Act evictions, the sustainability of single-family neighborhoods, and emergency preparedness. Participate in public events where we can engage stakeholders one-on-one to provide more information about who we are and what we do, and encourage personal involvement.
4)    Continue the efforts of our Outreach Committee to actively collect input from our neighborhood associations and stakeholders on issues of particular concern. Hold community events, such as neighborhood visioning walks and tours to showcase our individual neighborhoods, and introduce people to their history and current and future zoning/development issues..
5)    Continue the efforts of our Sustainability Committee to provide educational and informative resources through special presentations, and events.
6)    Work with the Neighborhood Council Emergency Preparedness Alliance to better educate and prepare our neighborhoods in the event of a natural or man-made disaster, and the Midtown LA Homeless Coalition on issues of homelessness.
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