Rowena Corridor Community Meeting

If you’re interested/following the development issues on Rowena in Silver Lake, this meeting on Thursday promises to be a powerhouse of information. A rep from Tom LaBonge’s office will also attend.

Silver Lake Neighborhood Council
URBAN DESIGN & PRESERVATION
ADVISORY COMMITTEE Chair
Elizabeth Bougart-Sharkov
Contact SLNC UD&PAC: [email protected]

SPECIAL COMMUNITY MEETING

Rowena Corridor
Proposed Residential Development

Thursday, July 20th, 2006
7:00 pm
Silverlake Community Church
2930 Hyperion Ave. 90027

Presentations, updates and Q&A for:

2916-2930 Rowena Ave.
(64 condo units + commercial space
at the Coffee Table site)
Case # ENV-2005-8989-MND, TT64086

2844 – 2846 Rowena Ave.
(11 condo units + commercial space)
Case # ENV-2005-9484-MND, VTT-64620

2748 Auburn St.
(7 townhouse – small lot subdivision)
Case # ENV- 2006-9484-MND, VTT-64620

2753 Waverly Dr.
(Monte Sano site at Glendale Blvd.)
condo development

Plus:
Rowena Community Vision will present
ideas for improving Rowena Ave.

Angus Street Update

Representative from City Councilmember Tom LaBonge (CD4) will be present.

Contact SLNC UD&PAC: [email protected]

ADDED:
Letter emailed from Tara –

Dear Neighbors,

The special community meeting hosted by the Silver
Lake Neighborhood Council‚Äös Urban Design &
Preservation Advisory Committee is taking place
Thursday (tomorrow) from 7:00pm at the Silverlake
Community Church ÀÜ 2930 Hyperion Ave., 90027.

The agenda is above.

Why attend?

Four sites are targeted for development in a
concentrated area around Rowena Avenue and Ivanhoe
School. Attend and view the designs for yourself. And
if you have any concerns or questions, Thursday‚Äös
meeting is your chance to be heard and find out what
your rights are.

Here‚Äös another reason for attending:

How about making Rowena Avenue safer and more pleasant
to walk, bike, bus, drive and shop? How can we take
advantage of the influx of cars and people?

Rowena Community Vision, founded by a group of Silver
Lake residents, has enlisted the help of award-winning
urban designer, Patricia Smith, ASLA, AICP, to answer
these questions.

At Thursday‚Äös Community Meeting, Pat, who lives in
Silver Lake, will unveil design concepts illustrating
how traffic can be calmed and safety increased along
Rowena. Other improvements, such as landscaping, will
also be included.

On behalf of Rowena Community Vision, I urge you to
attend the meeting, hear what we propose and help us
go about making it happen. Your feedback will
contribute to the future of our neighborhood.

See you tomorrow. Bring a neighbor.
Thank you.

Tara Kolla
www.rowenacommunityvision.com