Each year, the MVCC is to provide you with a Self-Assessment Report per MVCC Bylaws, Article XIV, Section 3.
The 2021-2022 Fiscal Year ends next week on June 30, and the Board approved the annual report at its last board meeting on June 15, 2022.
The Report is an Executive Summary which touches on MVCC's Objective, New Board, New Meeting Structure, Budget, Events & Outreach, Motions, and Committees.
To see what your Community Council has been doing this past year, read and/or download the report by clicking "Read More".
A one-of-a-kind-statistically-accuratte survey for Neighborhood Councils achieving less than 4.4% Margin of Error and a 99% Confidence Level. Where are you among your neighbors?
Q1: How do you primarily access businesses on Venice Blvd?
Q2: Adequate parking for businesses along Venice Blvd?
Q3: What sorts of businesses do you want along Venice Blvd?
Q4: What should be the maximum building height along Venice Blvd?
Q5: Should businesses along Venice Boulevard be Rent Stabilized?
Q6: Should Sepulveda, Overland, or Bundy/Centinela be used to make the connection from the San Fernando Valley to LAX?
Q7: Additional Comments
Click “Read More” to view answers to questions, read, print, or download the full report or visit MarVista.org/survey.
Post Updated April 2022
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