CC SR 20180605 E - Border Issues
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CC SR 20180605 E - Border Issues
6/5/2018 8:18:36 AM
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residents’ concerns, and recommending continuing this matter (after receiving public <br />testimony) to the April 10, 2018, RHE City Council meeting. <br /> <br />On April 10, 2018, the RHE City Council concluded its deliberations regarding the <br />PVPWRP. RHE Planning Staff provided additional about the acoustical shielding and <br />aesthetics of the proposed pump station on Crenshaw Blvd. just north of Silver Spur Rd. <br />The RHE City Council then unanimously approved the project. Construction is <br />expected to begin this summer, and Staff is keeping the City Council and residents <br />informed about lane closures and other construction impacts as the project moves <br />forward. Additional information about the project is also available on a dedicated <br />CalWater webpage at www.pvpwaterproject.com. <br /> <br />CalWater is hosting community open houses for the PVPWRP in order to educate <br />Peninsula residents about the benefits and construction impacts of this project. The <br />first open house was held at Dapplegray Elementary School in Rolling Hills Estates on <br />May 9, 2018, and a second open house will be held at Palos Verdes High School in <br />Palos Verdes Estates on June 21, 2018 from 10:00 AM to noon. The 1-month closure <br />of the eastbound lane of Palos Verdes Dr. N. between the Dapplegray Elementary <br />School driveway and Dapplegray Ln. is scheduled to start on July 9, 2018. <br /> <br />City of Los Angeles’ Commercial Marijuana Regulations (Los Angeles (San Pedro) <br /> <br />On May 23, 2018, the Rules, Elections and Intergovernmental Relations Committee of <br />the Los Angeles City Council was scheduled to consider the proposed Commercial <br />Cannabis Signage Ordinance that was introduced in late 2017. The signage ordinance <br />it is intended “to limit children’s exposure to advertising of cannabis and cannabis <br />products, to reduce the illegal purchase and consumption of cannabis by children, and <br />to reduce the likelihood of children suffering potential negative impacts as a result of <br />consuming cannabis at an early age.” The final vote on adoption of the proposed <br />ordinance will not take place at this meeting. Several steps remain before the proposed <br />ordinance becomes adopted, including: <br /> <br />• Consideration of the proposed ordinance by the Rules Committee; <br />• Consideration of the proposed ordinance by the full Council; and <br />• Approval of the proposed ordinance by the Mayor. <br /> <br />Staff will continue to monitor this issue in future Border Issues Status Reports. <br /> <br />Butcher Solana Residential Development Project (Torrance) <br /> <br />There has been no change in the status of this proposed 248-unit apartment project at <br />Hawthorne Blvd. and Via Valmonte reported by the City of Torrance since the project’s <br />Environmental Impact Report (EIR) scoping period ended on September 18, 2017. <br />Staff will continue to monitor this issue in future Border Issues Status Reports. <br /> <br />3
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