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NANDC Helps Extend Public Comment Period On Freeport McMoRan Drilling Proposal

NANDC was instrumental in shining a light on issues surrounding the Freeport McMoRan Drilling Proposal. With NANDC joining in the outreach effort and several board members attending the meeting, attendees voiced their concern about the effects of chemicals, while Freeport McMoRan insisted the drilling was the same thing they have been doing since 1965. A public hearing on this subject in January attracted the attention of City Council President Herb Wesson, State Senator Holly Mitchell, and Congresswoman Karen Bass. With the large outcry of concern regarding potential toxic chemicals, the hearing caused a delay in a decision on the drilling proposal. Associate zoning administrator May Zaitzevsky said she would accept information and public comment on the proposal until early January.

Concerned residents may send their comments to be received by January 5 to JoJo Pewsawang, (213) 978-1214, JoJo.Pewsawang@lacity.org.

Read the LA Times Article

Read the KPCC Article prior to this November hearing.

Read the KPCC Article about a hearing for this project, January 2014

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110 Flyover Informational Forum

The West Adams Heritage Association  and St. John’s Cathedral will host an Informational Forum on the proposed I-110 HOV/HOT Flyover Connector Project to Figueroa Way December 3, 2014, 11am at St. John’s Cathedral, 514 West Adams.

RSVP to: St. John’s, 213 747-6285 or frdan@stjohnsla.org

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Our Name

The early Eighth District Empowerment Congress, created by now Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas was a community-based education and mobilization program. It has been acknowledged as the model for the Los Angeles citywide neighborhood council system created by the change City Charter.

We still proudly carry the early moniker in our name as the 'Empowerment Congress North Area Neighborhood Development Council'.  Call us NANDC for short!

Our Community

NANDC is located in West Adams, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, with most of its buildings erected between 1880 and 1925. It was once the wealthiest district in the city, with its Victorian mansions and sturdy Craftsman bungalows home to Downtown businessmen and professors and academicians at USC. In the 1990s, three areas of West Adams were designated as Historic Preservation Overlay Zones by the city of Los Angeles, in recognition of their outstanding architectural heritage.