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Proposed Amendments – Valley Village Specific Plan

A. Establish design standards administered by either a design review board, the Planning Department staff or the Neighborhood Council to ensure that new commercial and multifamily buildings have architectural quality. To prepare the standards a well regarded, reputable architecture/urban design firm should be retained to prepare a design manual with standards of architectural quality for each recognizable architectural style. In addition, the firm should prepare an urban design plan, with illustrations included, for Laurel Canyon Boulevard from a block south of Magnolia Boulevard to Burbank Blv. in order to create an attractive, pedestrian oriented downtown commercial center for Valley Village.

B. A ban on pole signs and projecting signs and lower area limits for wall signs and

architectural canopy signs (one sq.ft. per foot of building frontage) compared to the Citywide Sign Ordinance.

C. A ban on conversions of existing billboards to digital (LED) billboards.

D. Underground utility connections for new construction.

E. Additional landscaping requirements for parking lots as to the percentage of total area to be landscaped, a landscaped buffer around parking lots and masonry walls for screening. No ficus or palm trees shall be used in the landscaping.

F. Expand the Specific Plan’s language on tree preservation in Sec. 9.C.1&2 to apply to single family homes. In addition, increase the tree size from 24" to 36", require two replacement trees to be planted for every tree that is removed and prepare a list of acceptable replacement trees. Require that trees to be removed be identified as part of the plan approval process and that the Planning Committee review the removal of trees larger than 6” in diameter and 5’ in height.

G. Establishing build to lines along the commercial sections of Laurel Canyon Boulevard, Whitsett and Colfax Avenues, Magnolia and Burbank Boulevards and Riverside Drive to ensure that new commercial buildings are placed next to the sidewalks in order to have a pedestrian orientation and parking lots are behind or underneath buildings.

H. Applying the height stepdown already in the Specific Plan for commercial buildings to multifamily residential, institutions and uses allowed by conditional use permit.

Add sidewalk venders, portable signs, full service car washes, auto repair and auto body shops, new and used automobile sales, new and used mobile home sales, tattoo parlors, psychics, massage parlors, medical marijuana and smoke shops to the list of prohibited uses in the existing Specific Plan. Change fast food restaurants to drive through restaurants. Remove trade schools from the list.

1. That the median of Laurel Canyon Boulevard between Magnolia and Burbank Boulevards be landscaped.

2. That a program for the systematic planting of street trees along the major and secondary highways be established.

3. That DWP study the feasibility of undergrounding the utilities along the major and secondary highways in Valley Village, i.e. the cost, what percentage of a temporary increase in electricity rates during the duration of the program would be needed to fund it and how many years would be required for the program or,

alternatively, setting up an assessment district. Implement if the rate increase or the assessment district is determined to not be unacceptably high for Valley Village residents.

4. That the City study the feasibility of setting up an assessment district to fund the purchase and removal of billboards in Valley Village, starting with the large monopole billboards. Implement if the cost is determined to not be unacceptably high for Valley Village residents. Alternatively, that the City of Los Angeles include in its legislative program a request to the State Legislature that Los Angeles be exempted from the compensation requirement for billboard removal established by A.B. 1353 enacted in 1982.

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