Westlake South
Budget Breakdown
Westlake South Neighborhood Council is committed to improve the quality of life of our residents by improving traffic and parking conditions, beautifying our streets, addressing resident displacement, addressing alcohol outlets and by providing resources to our community. Our goal is to reinforce the safety of our family oriented community.
1. Improve the quality of life in Westlake South by improving parking conditions   
2. Improve the quality of life in Westlake South by cleaning and beautifying our sidewalks
3. Establish traffic light or lighted cross walk at the intersection of Bonnie Brae and James M. Wood
4. Provide legal, health and resource fairs for our community 
5. Address the displacement of our residents
6. Address the overconcentration of alcohol outlets
7. Increase stakeholder attendance at our stakeholder meetings.
1. Improve parking conditions by providing a plan of action by our Parking Committee to
our council district.
2. Beautify our streets by scheduling clean ups and collaborating with local business
3. Establishing a traffic light or lighted pathway at the corner of Bonnie Brae and James M. Wood to ensure the safety of the children who attend the Peace and Hope Park by collaborating with our council district and the LADOT.  
4. Provide resource fairs by partnering with UCLA, Loyola Law School and local Non- Profits.
5. Address the displacement of our residents via impact statements to our city council and mayor and by providing legal workshops.
6. Address the overconcentration of alcohol outlets by writing to our council district and the Alcoholic Beverages Control by analyzing the number of alcohol licenses per census tract.
7. Improve stakeholder attendance for meetings and events by investing in signs, online publicity, phone banking and outreach events. 
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