Historic Cultural
1. Support    neighborhood    programs    and    activities   
Yes
We    supported    local    neighborhood    programs    and    activities    primarily    through    the   
efforts    of    our    Action    Committee    that    reviewed    and    recommended    support    to    local   
projects.    These    projects    where    then    discussed    and    voted    in    at    the    Board    level   
2. Encourage    responsible    land    use    planning    and    land    use    decisions   
Yes
In    order    to    encourage    responsible    land    use    planning    and    land    use    decisions,    our   
Land    Use    Committee    met    monthly    and    heard    presentations,    asked    questions,    took   
action,    and    made    recommendations    to    the    Board    which    took    action    and    issued   
appropriate    correspondence.   
Increase    use    of    social    media   
Yes
We    continued    to    reach    out    using    of    social    media    and    increased    our    numbers    in   
our    electronic    database    almost    three    and    a    half    times    from    37    to    119    members.   
Examine    Public    Safety    Issues    (emergency    preparedness,    security    etc.)   
Yes
In    order    to    become    more    aware    of    public    safety    response    we    met    and    toured    a   
local    fire    station    headquarters    to    learn    more    what    they    are    doing    in    an    emergency   
and    what    we    could    do       
Yes
How did your BIG Budget Match to Goals?
$7600.00
$4832.36
$2900.00
$5341.50
$12000.00
$26404.00
$12000.00
$0.00
$2500.00
$799.92
37377.78
$855.00
$50.00
$4750.00
$35800.00
BIG Score and results?
Support    neighborhood    programs    and    activities    measure    was    amount    of    dollars    spent         $28,500   
68%    of    our    budget    went    into    local    neighborhood projects    to    improve    the    community    and    meet    community    needs   
Encourage    responsible    land    use    planning    and    land    use    decisions    measure    was    the    number    of    meetings,    presentations,    and    letters    sent
12    monthly    and    1    special    meeting    where    presentations    and    discussions    were    held    and    recommendations    made    to    Council    Board.   
Increase    use    of    social    media    measure    was    the    numbers    at    beginning    of    year    and    at    end    of    year    in    database   
Went    from    67    in    database    to    119    at    end    of    year   
Examine    Public    Safety    Issues    (emergency    preparedness,    security    etc.)    measure    was    our    contacts    and    meetings    with    fire    department
We    had    local    Battalions    Chief    introduce    himself    and    some    staff    members    then    having    a    board    meeting    at    their    local    fire    station    HQ    for    presentation    and    tour   
Citywide NC Metrics
0
We    were   
having    quorum    issues    in    maintaining    a    quorum    to    conduct    business
2
We requested 2 actions regarding 
an ordinance affecting the Arts District and a letter regarding a Councilmember’s website .  Both 
requests to date were not responded to. Despite community policy, 3 requests to city planning 
department not to grant MCUB’s in the AD were ignored by the ZA. Status of applicants going back 
to the LUC and occurring on their own were 7 times out of 10.  City did not seem to take 
community wishes to heart.
How many meetings was conducted?
12
19
1
North    Broadway    festival    event    with    Art    Share    and    Councilmember    Huizar’s    office.
8
El    Pueblo    Merchants    Association    Blessing    of    the    Animals    and    another    Festival    plus    with    Friends    of    the   
Chinese    American    Museum    Lantern    Festival,    Solano    Canyon    Community    Garden   
Events    and    Theatre    Academy    Event    and    the    Arts    District    did    a    North    Broadway   
festival    event    with    Art    Share    and    Councilmember    Huizar’s    office,    Little    Tokyo   
assisted    the    Little    Tokyo    Public    Safety    Association    with    a    Tanabata    Festival   
Stakeholder Database
37
119
Yes
4
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