Thank you to everyone who emailed or called your representatives and expressed your concerns about this bill! In the coming months, we expect to see more legislation addressing housing development and density. Preservation and density are not mutually exclusive, or an either/or choice.
The Draft Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIR) for the Sidewalk Repair Program is now available for public review and comment. Comments can be made until Monday, April 24, 2020.
Take action now and call the state Senate Appropriations Committee to tell them your opinion of SB50 and its impact on your neighborhood.
Thank you to everyone who brought a donation for our 8th grade youth leaders who did a community project to support homeless youth. Your gifts were very much appreciated!
PMHCC is proud to partner to offer free tax preparation for individuals and families. Bring all documents to the Park Mesa Heights Community Council Offices, 3321 W. 54th St. Saturdays 9am-noon or Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm to California Bank and Trust, 3810 Crenshaw Blvd.
“We are queued up to tackle significant challenges in this new decade. Don’t stand idly by!” encourages PMHCC President Kahllid Al-Alim. As 2020 dawns bold and bright, we invite you to come to a meeting and get involved in the Park Mesa Heights Community Council.
Come in for on the spot hiring. Bring ID and social security card to be interviewed.
Have you checked out the CoolSeal test on Southwest Drive between 2nd and 3rd Avenues?
This park brings much need recreation and green space to the over 10, 000 people who live within a 10 minute walk to the park.
PMHCC was taking notes in how to interact with city departments and agencies to be more effective for our stakeholders.