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This week in livable streets – Streetsblog Los Angeles

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  • Monday 12/2Tonight Everyone and faith-based partners will hold an interfaith vigil to show support for supportive housing in Chatsworth. Appointment at 5:30 pm for a brief orientation and the vigil begins at 18 hours. at 9200 Owensmouth Avenue in Chatsworth. Following the vigil, Affirmed Housing will present its plans for the neighborhood's first supportive housing building. Details about everyone on the site.
  • Tuesday 12/3 – Vision Zero supporters will hold a ripening demonstration at 9:00 am at L.A. Town Hall at 200 South Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles. Details at Eventbrite.
  • Tuesday 12/3 -Unión de Vecinos and tenants of the L.A. syndicate The tenants will protest against the members of L.A.'s municipal council, José Huizar, and the Department of Housing and Community Investment of L.A. for their lack of protection of tenants against harassment. Three years ago, Huizar wrote and obtained council approval for the city to study the feasibility of an anti-harassment ordinance, but tenants are still waiting for city protection. The protest will be held at 10:30 am at the Huizar office, 2130 E. 1st Street, Boyle Heights. Details at the Facebook event.
  • Tuesday 12/3 – Mobility advocates encourage the public to speak for full streets at the Beverly Hills Traffic and Parking Commission meeting at 6 pm at 455 N. Rexford Drive. The commission will consider approving the city's first plan A (complete streets project), designating several protected bike lanes, and so on. Details on the meeting agenda, Streets for All alert and Facebook event. Individuals who can not attend the meeting can send their comments via e-mail to: transportation (at) beverlyhills.org
  • Thursday 12/5 – The Metro Council will meet at 10:00 am in the 3rd floor conference room of One Gateway Plaza, behind Union Station in downtown Los Angeles. more.
  • Thursday 12/5 – Tia Chucha Bookstore and cultural and cultural center will organize a nocturnal night-time hike – for skating, walking and cycling enthusiasts. Participants will give their opinion on the San Fernando Road High Street Project, which extends from Hubbard Street to Polk Street. Meet at Tia Chucha Bookstore and Cultural Center at 13197 Gladstone Avenue, Unit A, Sylmar. Details at the Facebook event.
  • Friday 12/6 – Framing comments are expected for the Metro Los Angeles River Multi-Use Trail Project via the L.A Company Center. To submit it electronically, click on the "Comments" tab on the Metro Project website.
L.A. Walks 2019 Evening on the sidewalk is this Saturday
L.A. Walks 2019 Evening on the sidewalk is this Saturday
  • Saturday 12/7 – Los Angeles Walks will host its 2019 Sidewalk Party in honor of Laura Friedman, Maria Palacios, Padres en Acción, Scott Epstein and Adam Conover. The fundraising is from 15h to 20h. at Sabsay House and 2351 Silver Ridge Avenue in Silver Lake. Buy tickets at L.A. Walks.
  • Saturday 12/7 – Southern California Transit Advocates will hold its annual meeting from 1pm to 1pm. at Angelus Plaza, 4th Floor, 255 S. Hill Street, Downtown Los Angeles. Member Brian Yanity will make a presentation on Orange County's rapid transit vision plans. Also at the meeting will be the nominations / elections for 2020, as well as discussions about future dues and events. For more information, visit the So.CA.TA website or the Facebook page.
CicLAvia arrives in the West Valley this Sunday
CicLAvia arrives in the West Valley this Sunday
  • Sunday 12/8 – For the first time, CicLAvia, a popular event on the street and open to families, will take place in the communities of the western San Fernando Valley of Canoga Park, Reseda and Winnetka. The Sherman Way is accessible via the Metro Line bus, the Orange Line and L.A. River bike paths. CicLAvia is always free. Start anywhere on the route and cycle / skate / walk / jog / roll as much or as little as you want. The streets are open from 9 am to 3 pm Details on the CicLAvia website.

Have we missed something? Is there anything we should write on future calendars? Email joe (at) streetsblog.org.m

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