Human Service Committee - Virtual Meetings
To access this Virtual Meeting on the Zoom Platform:
How to Join the Virtual Zoom Meeting by Telephone or Online By Telephone:
Dial 1-833-548-0282, Enter Webinar ID 814 1778 3865, and Press #
Online: Cut and Paste https://us02web.zoom.us/j/814 1778 3865 , Press “Enter” Or on Zoom join
Sherman Oaks Galleria Community Meeting Room
15301 Ventura Blvd, First Flooor Rotunda near escalator
CD4 Council Office - Sherman Oaks Field Office
14930 Ventura Blvd, Ste 210
SONC is seeking interested Sherman Oaks community members to run for council seats. There are 10 council seats across areas 2, 4, and 6 as well as 1 currently vacant seat in Area 1 that will be on the ballot. Please refer to the Area map on this website to determine if you live in an area of Sherman Oaks that will have open seats on the 2023 ballot.
Area 1 Community InterestArea 2 ResidentialArea 2 BusinessArea 2 Community InterestArea 4 ResidentialArea 4 BusinessArea 4 Community InterestArea 6 ResidentialArea 6 BusinessArea 6 Community Interest
Learn more about the 2023 Neighborhood Council Elections at: empowerla.org/elections
Neighborhood Council Board members are volunteers, serving as public officials that are elected by the members of their community. The Sherman Oaks Board members serve four-year terms of office. The current term period will begin on July 1, 2023 and run to June 30, 2027.
Eligible candidates can be residents, business owners, property owners, or community interest advocates who are key participants in local non-profit/service organizations. Candidates need not be US citizens or legal residents to qualify. Participation is also open to the formerly incarcerated. The minimum age to run for a council seat is 18.
In conformity with the September 16, 2021 enactment of California State Assembly Bill 361(Rivas) and due to concerns over Covid-19, the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council meetings will be conducted entirely with a call-in option or Internet-based service option.
Every person wishing to address the SONC Outreach Committee during meetings must dial (833) 548-0282, and enter 836 2315 4607 and then press # to join a meeting. The meeting can also be joined from the Zoom join meeting screen using Webinar ID: 836 2315 4607. When prompted by the presiding officer, to provide public input at the Neighborhood Council meeting, the public will be requested to dial *9 or use the Raise Hand option, to address the Outreach Committee on any agenda item before the committee takes an action on an item.
Comments from the public on agenda items will be heard only when the respective item is being considered. Comments from the public on other matters not appearing on the agenda that are within the Outreach Committee’s jurisdiction will be heard during the General Public Comment period. Please note that under the Brown Act, the Committee is prevented from acting on a matter that is brought to its attention during the General Public Comment period; however, the issue raised by a member of the public may become the subject of a future Committee meeting. Public comment is typically limited to one minute per speaker, unless adjusted by the presiding officer of the Committee.
AB 361 Updates: Public comment cannot be required to be submitted in advance of the meeting; only real-time public comment is required. If there are any broadcasting interruptions that prevent the public from observing or hearing the meeting, the meeting must be recessed or adjourned. If members of the public are unable to provide public comment or be heard due to issues within the Neighborhood Council’s control, the meeting must be recessed or adjourned. Any messaging or virtual background is in the control of the individual board member in their personal capacity and does not reflect any formal position of the Neighborhood Council or the City of Los Angeles.
When: Wednesday, April 19, 2023 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PMWhere: Airtel Plaza Hotel, (Gulfstream Ballroom)7277 Valjean Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 91406
Pre-registration is required at:
From the SONC Airport Committee:
Background LAWA is trying to sidestep the City Council’s call for an update to the 2006 VNY Airport Plan by doing a “Vision Study” instead. LAWA held one superficial virtual open house meeting at the start of the Vision Study in February. LAWA will be holding the second round of open houses, one in-person on April 19th, and one virtual on April 22nd. At these open houses LAWA will be presenting the results of an inventory of existing facilities and leases and requesting attendees input on potential uses for “opportunity” redevelopment sites that LAWA has identified. While our main objective is still to urge the City Council to force LAWA to do a real Airport Plan, we want to make sure that the record reflects what the impacted communities vision is for VNY, rather than the aviation industry’s vision. It is important that there be a large turnout at both events, particularly the in-person open house, since LAWA has already suggested that out of the million plus residents in the SFV only a very small portion seem to be concerned about past and continued growth in jet operations at VNY. Let’s show them they are wrong!
Additional information about the Vision Study is available at: https://iflyvny.com/vision-study/information-materials
What: VNY Vision Study Virtual Open HouseWhen: Saturday, April 22, 2023 from 10:00 to 11:30 AM
Pre-registration is required at:https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lD6QEsgxS6SRDfIKyvow-w#/registration
The Regular Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council (SONC) Finance Committee meeting normally scheduled for Wednesday, April 26, 2023, the fourth Wednesday of the month, has been CANCELLED.
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