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1. Call to Order and Welcoming Remarks, Scott Suh, Presiding Officer
2. Roll Call, Chima Anyadike-‐Danes, Secretary
Reports and Presentations
a. Karen Mack, Chair of the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners – On the Board’s proposed policy on Neighborhood Council Conduct.
b. Metro -‐ introduction & presentation of the Purple Line extension
4. City offices/Department Reports
a. Representative(s) from Council Office(s)
b. Senior Lead Officer Harry Cho, LAPD
c. Report from DONE Representative
d. Report from Executive Vice-‐President Bill Robinson on actions that the City of Los Angeles has taken on the presence of Casino Buses in Koreatown.
Comments And Announcements
5. Public Comments on non-‐agenda items are limited to 3 minutes per speaker.
a. Invitation from the coordinator of the Founder’s Church of Religious Science
health fair to conduct outreach at their event in September.
7. Discussion and possible action on the time, location, and funding of WCKNC’s
upcoming Board Retreat.
New Action Items
8. Discussion and possible action on 316 North Kenmore -‐ DIR-‐2014-‐779-‐DB – Relative to an application to construct a 9 unit apartment building consisting of 7
by right units and 2 density bonus units of which one would be for very low income.
9. The election of chairs for the following committees: Land use and Planning Committee Chair, Public Safety Committee, and Neighborhood Beautification Committee.
10.Discussion and possible action on the appointment of members to the Board’s committees: Rules and Elections Committee, Budget, Finance, and Fundraising Committee, Government Relations and Bylaws Committee, Outreach/Communications Committee, Land Use and Planning Committee, Public Safety Committee, and the Neighborhood Beautification Committee.
11.Discussion and possible action on the Neighborhood Council’s Proposed Budget.
12.Election of Samuel Sukaton to the board as a representative for sub-‐district 5.
13.Contested election between Jerry Um, Rebecca Ronquillo, and Elizabeth Israelowitz,
for the Board’s At-‐Large Seat.
14.Contested election between Brady Collins and Woo Chin Lee for the Board’s Sub-‐ District 3 Seat.
15.Discussion and possible action on 621 South Western Avenue, #302 -‐ ZA 2014-‐
0305(CUB) ENV 2014-‐306-‐CE -‐ Relative to an application by The Gangjung to serve
beer and wine at their proposed establishment.
16.Discussion and possible action concerning Board Member Christine Lee’s repeated