Los Feliz Neighborhood Council

Committee Planning, Zoning & Historic Preservation

Track, review, and provide advice on Planning & Zoning issues in our neighborhood and Los Angeles at large. Foster dialogue between permit applicants and stakeholders. Encourage preservation of the historic structures in our community.

At this time, PZHP inquiries should be directed to the LFNC President at president@losfeliznc.org.

Members
Stakeholder Members
Sorin Alexanian, Dennis Chew, Brian Cornelius, Rosemary DeMonte, Jacqueline Kerr, Christina Khanjian, Gary Khanjian, Randy Myer, Richard Spicer, David Uebersax
Group Info

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Regular Meeting Time 1st Wednesday – 7pm

News & Updates

New OSH Store on Hollywood Boulevard

The council’s Governing Board unanimously recommended the design and construction plan for a new Orchard Supply Hardware (OSH) store be given the go-ahead at its December 2015 meeting.

OSH Plate

The project, which had been reviewed earlier by the council’s Planning, Zoning and Historic Preservation (PZHP) Committee recommended additional conditions be incorporated into the plan after hearing from nearby neighbors.

These include establishing a “hotline” for residents to report any adverse construction and operational impacts; limiting the store’s operating hours to a regular 9:00 PM closing time and meeting with local law enforcement regarding location security during and after construction.Osh plate 2

Additionally, the Board recommended the sidewalks be left the same widths as others on adjacent blocks.

OSH representatives agreed to incorporate the Board’s recommendations into their plan, which will now go before the city’s Department of Buildings and Safety for final approval and issuance of the necessary construction permits.

The new store will be located on the north side of Hollywood Boulevard between Kenmore and Edgemont Streets, and will have an underground parking area that features more spaces than the building code requires.

Construction is expected to begin sometime in 2016.