Verdugo Hills Golf Course Project – DISCUSSION/ACTION Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council 2/13/19

 

Channel 1 Los Angeles

Sunland Tujunga 2/13/19

Janek Dombrowa, Architect DISCUSSION/ACTION: 6433 La Tuna Canyon (Verdugo Hills Golf Course) Final Environmental Impact Report released by City Planning http://cityplanning.lacity.org [environmental review / Final EIR]. At this meeting  presentations from Snowball West Investments and Glendale-Crescenta VOICE and Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition by their representatives:

6433 LA TUNA CANYON ROAD PROJECT AND ALTERNATIVE – Fred Gaines & Kim Rible, Land Use Counsel, Janek Dombrowa, Architect, Kay Greeley,Landscape Architect

DISCUSSION/ACTION: PROPOSAL TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF UNITS ON THE 6433 LA TUNA CANYON ROAD PROJECT (VERDUGO HILLS GOLF COURSE) AND TO CREATE NEW DEVELOPED AND UNDEVELOPED PARKLAND – Marc Stirdivant, Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition, Trust for Public Land, MRCA

 

Project Description The Proposed Project would have 229 single family detached units on a project site of approximately 58 acres. The homes would be two-stories in height, with four bedrooms and would have an average floor area of approximately 2,200 square feet. Each unit would have a two car garage; in addition the project would provide ¼ guest parking space per unit for a total of approximately 57 guest spaces. Approximately 25 acres of the 58-acre project site are currently developed with a golf course and supporting uses, all of which would be demolished. The proposed homes would be constructed on the portion of the site currently occupied by the golf course.

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