MEASURE H & HH

Measure H, if passed, would increase the transfer tax of any SM property sold
for over 1 million from 3% to 9%. Measure HH would set those funds aside for affordable housing.

Proponents believe that these measures will help restore funds to affordable housing after the collapse of the Santa Monica Redevelopment Agency.

Opponents believe that this tax is an exorbitant increase, targets only a few, and will give developers even more money to build high density, multi-floor projects.
CITY COUNCIL PICKS WORTHE GROUP TO DEVELOP BERGAMOT

Against staff's recommendation, SM City Council selected the Worthe Real Estate Group to work with the community to develop Bergamot.  This choice was made after over 100 residents and gallery owners came to speak on the issue.

PREFERENTIAL PARKING TO BE UPDATED 

SM Dispatch
SM Daily Press


PLANNING COMMISSION
APPROVES ALCOHOL LICENSES FOR THREE RESTAURANTS

  • 1213 Wilshire Blvd (formerly Callahan’s Restaurant)
  • 620 Santa Monica Blvd.
  • 1705 Ocean Ave (Starbucks) link







NEXT WILMONT MEETING
Tues, Oct 7, 7pm, (Meet & Greet 6:45)
Community Room
Montana Branch SM Library
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Tues, Sept 23, 6:30 pm, City Hall
PLANNING COMMISSION
Special Mtg/Pedestrian Action Plan
Mon, Sept 22, 8:30am, Multi-Purpose Rm.,
 SM Main Library, 601 Santa Monica Blvd, SM
PLANNING COMMISSION
Wed, Oct 1, 7:00 pm, City Hall


Community Open House

Please join the Planning and Community Development Department for a special meeting with the Planning
Commission at a COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE to discuss Santa Monica’s first Pedestrian Action Plan and learn important facts about walking in the city today. At this event, help us shape priorities for improvements to create a world-class walking environment.
  • Mon, Sept 22, 2014
  • 5:30-8pm
  • SM Main Library, Multi-Purpose Rm 2nd Floor, 601 Santa Monica Blvd
What next for the SM Civic Auditorium?

Join us for an interactive community workshop.  Experience the facility, explore the site, and discuss the uses proposed by the community.
  • Sat Sept 27, 8:30am - 1:30pm
  • SM Civic Auditorium, East Wing
  • 1855 Main Street, SM, CA
more
MID CITY NEIGHBORS HOSTS SCHOOL BOARD CANDIDATES FORUM

Santa Monica Mid City Neighbors hosted a forum for candidates for Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education and Santa Monica College Board of Trustees on Sept 15. 
Two questions or each of the five candidates.
Mid City President Andrew Hoyer asked two questions of each of the five candidates in attendance (one incumbent and four challengers) and allowed them two opportunities to speak about issues of their choice. - See more at: http://smdp.com/ed-board-candidates-cordial-mid-city-forum/141936#sthash.KrZB5HPn.dpuf
Mid City President Andrew Hoyer asked two questions of each of the five candidates in attendance (one incumbent and four challengers) and allowed them two opportunities to speak about issues of their choice. - See more at: http://smdp.com/ed-board-candidates-cordial-mid-city-forum/141936#sthash.KrZB5HPn.dpuf
 
Mid City President Andrew Hoyer asked two questions of each of the five candidates in attendance (one incumbent and four challengers) and allowed them two opportunities to speak about issues of their choice. - See more at: http://smdp.com/ed-board-candidates-cordial-mid-city-forum/141936#sthash.KrZB5HPn.dpuf
Mid City President Andrew Hoyer asked two questions of each of the five candidates in attendance (one incumbent and four challengers) and allowed them two opportunities to speak about issues of their choice. - See more at: http://smdp.com/ed-board-candidates-cordial-mid-city-forum/141936#sthash.KrZB5HPn.dpuf

 
      
    
    Join
Wilshire  Montana
Neighborhood  Coalition

 Attention Wilmont Members

Wilmont is working to promote the interests of our residents, such as speaking on behalf of our neighborhood at City Council and Planning Commission meetings and creating new committees to keep you updated on the big issues facing our city. Please take a look at the committees list below and consider spending a few hours a month and taking a more active role in our city’s future.

-DEVELOPMENT-Big Projects like the Miramar, etc.

-TRANSPORTATION-Traffic, Parking, Big Blue Bus, etc.

-OUTREACH-Website, Events, Flyers, Membership, etc

-ELECTIONS-City Council, etc.

-ZONING-Downtown Plan, Zoning Ordinance Update, etc.

Ed Hunsaker,  Alin Wall

-WILSHIRE BLVD PLANNING-“Activity Center”, Developments, etc.

-HOUSING-Renters Rights, Taxes, etc.

If you would like to sign up, contact us at:

Email: wilmontinfo@gmail.com
Phone:       310-359-8238

or come to our next meeting on Oct 7.


Is big bluebus service

bad blue bus service


in WILMONT?

Complaints by several Wilmont members has focused the board's attention on the poor BBB service in our area.  The primary crosstown service for Wilmont is the 41 line which goes from Montana down 20th to SM College and returns via 14th Street. But this service is, in effect, a one way trip to crosstown or to Expo on week nights because the bus stops running at 7:30pm. There's no service at all on weekends and most major holidays.  The BBB doesn't have viable cross-town service for the Wilshire Montana Neighborhood.

Take the BBB survey and let them know we need our neighborhood to connect with the rest of the city and with the Expo Line. You can take the survey here.































  Wilmont... neighbors working together for a better community.
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