Wilmont November Monthly Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
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Phil, we are ranked #227 out of 231 cities in CA. WIth safest being #1. https://www.safewise.com/blog/safest-cities-california/
Where would the homeless center move to?
Not in favor of the dog park. Would like to clear out the homeless as best we can in a compassionate way and have the pork for everyone to use. Remember in pre-pandemic days it was also used for movies in the summertime and that flies in the face of it being a dog park
I think the dog park is an excellent idea. The busier the park, the better
@Phil Cloverfield makes sense.
SM is in the top 10 most dangerous cities in CA. https://www.covesmart.com/blog/most-dangerous-cities-in-california-in-2020#:~:text=The%20violent%20crime%20rate%20in%20Santa%20Monica%20is%20874%20violent,crime%20while%20in%20Santa%20Monica.
Montana avenue is one of the most dog friendly shopping streets in the area. Tons of people have dogs but nowhere to go with them
good question Elizabeth
Mario: 12,124 votes.. very respectable!
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Thank you Christine!
Skag housing alotment hearing is in December? They are proposing four times more housing or something like that? A public hearing December?
What can we residents do now to stop the state mandate for 9000 units?
Santa Monica Public Scoping Meeting Re: 8,874 more housing units / Dec 10th meeting at 5:30pm
I will find out how many buildings have been retrofitted and let Elizabeth and Betzi know.
Thank you Anastasia, and Congratulations!!!
The developers can do it in cheaper areas, but they chose SM because they want the biggest bang for their buck
It only took her 10 years!
Go Super Mario!
Question for any of the speakers:
Is the Miramar project go-ahead past the point of no return?
Can this project still be stopped?
Ok Jim, we will ask
@Jim, i think it still has to go through the Coastal Commission.
I would love to hear what Mario thinks on this issue.
@Charles Andrews, do you thing Gleam will be able to adjust to the new landscape?
The coastal commission is a distant hope and we have no control over them.
I don't consider that a real plan.
If the city council decides to stop the Miramar, is that within their authority or has this gone past the point of no return?
@Jim, then I guess there’s not much to go on at this point. I think it’s too late to reverse the vote…good question if reversing the vote is possible.
I agree that we need more information from our local district and all the other ones so you know what the issues are whether it’s an election time or not
question for Mario:
gleam had to recuse this round, whatever happened to the past years votes for Miramar from her?
doesn’t that mean anything?
What made people rally this year when they didn’t in past years
Yes Gleam has had the responsibility to reveal her possible conflict of interest for the last 8-10? Years.
There's one possibility: if Transparency could check Ana Jara's donations carefully - if she received anything from the Miramar before the election - the vote could be invalidated! through a law suit, because it's on the record that Terry received donations.
Her votes stood out like a sore thumb.
if Gleam then had a conflict of interest for the past years, then why is there no accountability for those votes?
Maybe City Council should have her investigated for breaching a conflict of interest for the past ten years. What IS that?
Thanks Charles!!! Love your columns!
Elizabeth thank you for your efforts!
citizens agenda for social change
Charles, Thank you for your voice!
thank you everyone and congratulations to all of you!!
Great presentation Nina!