Trees are an important part of Eagle Rock’s living infrastructure. Trees provide beauty, shade, cooling and pollution control for our urban environment, and are one of the most sensible and effective pollution fighters for our city. As living things, trees require care and maintenance. TERA has been working with the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council (ERNC) and Council Office to help fund planting, watering, and maintenance of street trees.
Refreshment Center, LLC is seeking a conditional use permit for beer and wine and a zone variance to allow 10 vintage arcade games for a new bar located at 4680 Eagle Rock Boulevard. The bar will have indoor and patio seating and will operate from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily, with the patio closing at 11 p.m.
The special significance of the proposed development at 1332 Colorado Boulevard (aka Pillerhenge) is clear to the TERA Board. For those exiting the freeway, this is the first major structure that will be seen. For new visitors, to a degree, it will set the tone for expectations as they drive further into our community.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the City Council launched Safe Sidewalks LA in December 2016. The goal of this multi-year program is to encourage sidewalk repair citywide. Approximately $31 million is budgeted for repairs in the coming year. If the sidewalk in front of your home needs fixing, a part of that $31 million could be yours. But it won’t be unless you take action. Some key points: