NOMA MEETING THURSDAY - OCTOBER 2!
Thursday, October 2, 2014 6:30 - 8:55 pm
Montana Ave. Branch Library
Read the Agenda here...
Please plan to join us at the Montana Branch Library for refreshments at 6:30pm and meeting at 7pm.
Forum on the transfer tax ballot measure, with speakers pro and con.
October 1 -- League of Women Voters Santa Monica -- SMMUSD District Office, 2nd floor Board Room, 1651 16th Street. The SMC Board of Trustees candidate forum is scheduled for 6 PM, and the SMMUSD Board of Education candidate forum at 7:45 PM. If the Rent Control Board race is competitive this year, the League will also host a forum for those candidates. Santa Monica CityTV will tape these forums for replay on cable, and the videos will also be posted on www.SMVote.org
The League encourages community members to submit questions for not only these two forums, but also for their City Council programming. It will include a combination of statements on various issues, a one-on-one interview, and two live round table discussions. Submit questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions should be issue-focused and phrased in a way that they can be asked of any or all of the candidates. Questions that engage in personal attacks will not be used.
October 7, 7 p.m. – Airport Forum - Montana library, sponsored by Wilmont and NOMA
October 8 -- Northeast Neighbor's City Council Forum – 7 PM -- MLK Auditorium, Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd. More information will be posted at www.NENeighbors.org.
October 13 -- Santa Monica Daily Press "Squirm Night" -- 6 PM -- SMC Broad Stage, 1310 11th St. -- SMMUSD Board of Education, SMC Board of Trustees, and Qualified City Council candidates (those who have raised at least $1,000, turned in their SMDP questionnaire on time and, if they are a returning candidate, received at least 5% of the votes in the past election) will be questioned. While this is primarily a Q&A forum driven by the newspaper’s editorial board, the Daily Press editor will solicit questions from the audience, and the forum will also include some elements of debate.
October 22 – Council candidates “Hometown Forum” sponsored by the Santa Monica Mirror and the Santa Monica Chamber of Commerce – 6 PM – MLK Auditorium, Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd.
Courtyard Housing Study
SAN VICENTE APARTMENTS - COURTYARD HOUSING STUDY
Study of proposed establishment of a Neighborhood Conservation District for a concentration of courtyard apartment buildings on San Vicente Blvd. between Ocean Avenue and 7th Street.
Review the 2009 study here.
Commercial Fitness or Athletic Instruction, Classes or Camps