The Los Angeles City Clerk’s office announced last month that it had approved for circulation the anti-development initiative sponsored by the California nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization, AIDS Healthcare Foundation.
Jill Stewart, campaign director for the Coalition to Preserve L.A. (CPLA)—the political campaign in support of the “Neighborhood Integrity Initiative”—says her group has already begun gathering signatures for the initiative.
“It’s going to be a fairly routine process to gather the necessary signatures. We also have a small team of volunteers, which we are planning to tap into shortly.”
The background of the proposed construction moratorium, including “pro” and “con” arguments, was discussed at length in last month’s Larchmont Chronicle. In this month’s issue is a related Letter to the Editor and, on Page six, a story about former City Councilman Thomas D. Shepard.