The following is a list of the issues that matter most to me at this moment. Click each header to expand. If you have ideas or suggestions about how we can make West Hollywood even better, please visit the SURVEY page.
I will propose that the City sponsor surveys in WeHo’s other neighborhoods to implement independent zoning requirements based on the input of residents in those areas. I also propose that council start appointing more qualified professionals to the Planning Commission, i.e architects, engineers, and designers.
Further, I suggest that council explore creative, legal opportunities to remove developer contributions from our local elections.
- a “scramble” crosswalk at the intersection of Robertson and SMB,
- better bike lane visibility, i.e. more “colorful” lanes throughout WeHo, and
- increased police presence during high traffic times of day.
We need to provide as many tax incentives as possible to artists, writers, actors, designers, and freelance creative professionals, whether they are incorporated or not.
This is “The Creative City.” Let’s make it easier for creative artists to do business here.
I propose that WeHo create a Department or Division dedicated to education for the purpose of exploring options available to take more ownership of our local schools.
As the incoming Presidential administration and a Republican-led Congress attempt to dismantle EPA efforts and regulations in the coming months, we must strengthen our position and set the standard for sustainability for our State and the rest of the Country.
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