Letters

2017

Septemer 20, 2017 MHD Letter of Appreciation to NANDC for Movies in the Park
June 5, 2017 CIS  declining 3431 Catalina

May 8, 2017 Letter of Support for the Lucas Museum
April 12, 2017 Letter on 1182 37th Place
March 31, 2017 Letter to Councilmen Marqueece Harris Dawson and Curren Price Jr. regarding Community Plans

January 31, 2017 NANDC Comments on Southeast and South Community Plans

2016
November 28, 2016 Letter Supporting Conditional Use Permit at Starbucks Drive Through

November 28, 2016 Letter on 1909-1910 West Adams
September 6, 2016 Letter on Second Dwelling Unit Zoning

2015

October 15, 2015 Letter in support of Soccer Stadium
October 8, 2015 Letter in support of 7/11 Conditional Use Permit

October 4, 2015 Letter in Support of University Village TJ’s Alcohol License
August 27, 2015 Letter in support of 1101 MLK Blvd. Affordable Housing Project
May 2015 Letter in support of Meta Housing Project at 3661 Western with conditions
Letter from Board Member David Tool About Hoover Union Triangle
March 2015 Letter to Councilmember Parks re: Jefferson

2014
December 2014 Letter supporting change in parking for University Gateway
November 2014 Letter requesting EIR for Freeport Drilling

November 2014 Resolution in Support of Ethnic Studies

2014 Letter in support of Zapata King NC

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.