Landavazo Publishes Community Plan

The City Council hopeful puts his priorities for West Hollywood in writing.

City Council candidate Christopher Landavazo published his West Hollywood Community Plan this week.

The 20-page document details Landavazo's priorities and ideas for improving things in Weho if he is elected in March and focuses on the following platforms:

  1. Civic Engagement/Civic Impact Zones
  2. Public Safety
  3. Transparency 
  4. Economic Development
  5. Affordable Housing
  6. Implementation of Smart Growth Principles
  7. Health and Wellness and Social Services
  8. Transportation/Traffic/Parking
  9. Going Green
  10. Term Limits 

"Key issues for which I have developed strategies include creating a greater sense of community and transparency through civic engagement, supporting our small business community and implementing smart growth principles," Landavazo wrote. "Additionally, I have developed strategies to address affordable housing, social services, transportation, traffic circulation and parking in our city." 

The community plan document is posted above as a .pdf file.

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90069 February 08, 2013 at 11:23 PM
I applaud Chris on creating a written plan. However I'm dissapointed that he does not mention one of the KEY issues that makes West Hollywood a unique community in an array of desirable Los Angeles neighborhoods, which is social justice. He is trying hard to avoid the elephant in the room....
Insider February 09, 2013 at 02:59 AM
Good for him. He's running on ideas rather than just being "not Duran or Prang."
Ali February 09, 2013 at 11:53 PM
Social justice? What do you mean by that?
Ali February 09, 2013 at 11:55 PM
I also commend Chris on creating a written plan. He is running on solid ideas, rather than just "I'm not one of the incumbents". I hope more people read this.
90069 February 10, 2013 at 06:47 PM
I think John Duran was the only person to say the word "gay" or maybe Sam mentioned it once as well. I was shocked there was no discussion on LGBT issues, climate change, poverty etc. These are all "big ideas" that are debated in Washington and Sacramento but we also have a community to address them in our City and we should be leaders. In many aspects we already are but the fight for these justice issues continues nonetheless.


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