An action and ongoing effort to enforce Measure JJJ’s requirement for affordable housing AND good jobs. The bargain with voters was affordable housing AND good jobs in exchange for larger buildings. The City is not enforcing the requirement of good jobs. Also focuses on first-responders, building on or near earthquake faults.
While FTC does not oppose the LACMA expansion, it is very concerned that a failure to mitigate subway parking demand will result in reduced patron parking and increased neighborhood parking intrusion.
Fix The City is challenging this TOC project which, among other things, violates transitional height requirements. FTC also has general plan consistency issues and finally believes, based on city data, that insufficient first-responder resources exist in the areas.
FTC is researching the impact that short-term rentals have on the amount of housing units in the City, with an emphasis on affordable housing.