MMRA Annual Meeting & Town Hall
Saturday • November 5, 2016 • 10 AM~12:30 PM
Korean Cultural Center
5505 Wilshire Blvd. @ Dunsmuir Ave.
~parking available behind building~
Councilmember David Ryu will be the keynote speaker at the Miracle Mile Residential Association’s 33rd Annual Meeting and Town Hall on November 7, 2016.
Representatives from the Los Angeles Department of Traffic (LADOT) and the Los Angeles Police Department’s Traffic Division are also scheduled to address traffic and enforcement problems in the area.
MMRA President James O’Sullivan will moderate the meeting and offer an overview on current and future issues effecting our neighborhood.
The speakers will be followed by a town hall style session where community members can raise issues or ask questions. All residents of the Miracle Mile are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
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PLEASE NOTE: Financial contributions to the Miracle Mile Residential Association will not qualify you for a tax deduction. The MMRA is not a charitable organization, it is a non-profit civic entity organized exclusively for the promotion of social welfare of its membership under 501 (c) (4) of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC).
Miracle Mile HPOZ Updates:
MMRA Newsletter, Oct. 13, 2016: Planning Commission Delays Review of Miracle Mile HPOZ until December
Park La Brea News/Beverly Press, Sept. 21, 2016: Commission Recommends HPOZ for Miracle Mile
MMRA Newsletter, Sept. 16, 2016: Cultural Heritage Commission Recommends Miracle Mile HPOZ
Now Playing on the MMRA Channel on YouTube:
Update on the Neighborhood Integrity Initiatve
with Jill Stewart
Jill Stewart, Campaign Director of the Neighborhood Integrity Initiative, provides a detailed update on the measure which will appear on the March 2017 ballot. MMRA Vice President Ken Hixon and Stewart also discuss how City Hall politics impact planning in Los Angeles. Recorded October 8, 2016.
Time travel at our Miracle Mile Historical Photo Collection
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The Miracle Mile Residential Association [MMRA] is a non-profit community organization composed of your neighbors, both homeowners and renters. We are dedicated to maintaining the quality of life in the Miracle Mile area of Los Angeles through careful monitoring of development, safety, traffic and other important neighborhood concerns.
The MMRA stays current on these matters and then disseminates this information to the neighborhood residents. The MMRA is a volunteer organization. It is composed of its members, board members and officers.
- The MMRA Channel on YouTube: The Billboard Wars ~ A Conversation with Dennis Hathaway
- The MMRA Channel on YouTube: Reforming the Baseline Mansionization Ordinance ~ A Conversation with Shelley Wagers
- Preliminary Results of Miracle Mile Neighborhood Traffic Mitigation Plan
- Govan Eyes Residential Area of Miracle Mile for Future LACMA Expansion
- Preferential Parking Primer
- Why Can’t the Miracle Mile be More Like Beverly or 3rd Street…?
- When the Miracle Mile was LAX: Aviation History of the Miracle Mile
- Lights, camera, action! The Miracle Mile in Film
James O’Sullivan, President/Masselin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Alice S. Cassidy, Vice President/Detroit (email@example.com)
Joe Steins, Treasurer and Recording Secretary/Sierra Bonita (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ken Hixon, Vice President–Director of Communications/Genesee (email@example.com)
Board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month at the Berch Lounge, Westside Jewish Community Center, 5870 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90036.
All are welcome.
Northern: Wilshire Blvd.
Eastern: La Brea Ave. (Wilshire to Olympic); Meadowbrook Ave. (Olympic to San Vicente).
Southern: San Vicente Blvd. (Fairfax to Meadowbrook); Olympic Blvd. (Meadowbrook to La Brea)