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Apologies to Stu Miller

Apologies to Stu Miller
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Mr. Miller,

It has come to our attention that we missed one of your emails sent to ourstudiocity.org. We apologize for not making your comments available to the community in a timely fashion and have posted it as we believe your comments are important to share with the community. We totally understand how questioning aspects of the Sportsmen’s Landing project would upset you considering your close personal relationship with Lisa Sarkin. If at anytime you have an issue with the content of the emails ourstudiocity occasionally shares with the public we might suggest you unsubscribe. We welcome your input.

 

Sent: Fri, Dec 11, 2015 3:44 pm

Here’s a comment; only cowards and the ill-informed, if not downright liars, send out emails like this to the general public.  Why are you afraid to reveal yourself?  If there’s a need for any protection, it’s from people like you.  Stu Miller

 

—–Original Message—–
From: Our Studio City <reply@ourstudiocity.org>
To: Charlotte <xxxxx@aol.com>
Sent: Fri, Dec 11, 2015 3:44 pm
Subject: Our Studio City Update – Sportsmen’s Lodge Public Hearing

 

Breaking News, Articles & Info from Our Studio City
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URGENT ACTION NEEDED TO PROTECT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD!
Dear Neighbors,
On Tuesday, December 15, the City Council’s Planning Land Use Management Committee will have a public hearing on the 97,000 Sq. Ft. Sportsmen’s Landing Project proposed at Ventura Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon.
The proposed Project had initially been approved without any public hearing or notice to surrounding neighbors.  Unfortunately, the Studio City Neighborhood Council and Studio City Residents Association decided to support this Project without any notice to, or input received from, those neighbors who will be the most impacted.
This Project would result in traffic impacts at an intersection already rated as one of the worst by the City; parking impacts on residential streets because of inadequate parking for the Project; and other adverse impacts.
This will likely be the final chance for neighbors to express their concerns! Please Attend!
If you are unable to appear at this meeting, you may submit your comments in writing. Written comments may be addressed to:
City Clerk, Room 395, City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Thank You,

Concerned Studio City Neighbors

Link to (PLUM) Hearing Notice 12-15-15
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OurStudioCity.org is here to inform and empower residents. Let’s make local government more responsive to local needs. OurStudioCity.org comes from a group of residents fed up with a group of Studio City “elite” making backroom decisions benefiting THEM and not US. OurStudioCity.org is dedicated to sharing vital local information. We will speak the truth no matter how unpleasant it is. OurStudioCity.org will strive to inform. A repository of information. Want to know more about the Harvard Westlake Project? Sportsmen’s Landing Project? Weddington Golf and Tennis? Mansionization? New developments coming to our neighborhood? A place to ask questions, get answers and share what you know. Get informed prior to attending a Neighborhood Council or Residents Association meeting. Come prepared with probing questions for our SCNC and SCRA representatives.

Comments to Apologies to Stu Miller

  • given what we now know about Stu’s election “challenge”, him calling anyone “downright liars” is weapons grade irony…

    Richard C. Adams April 28, 2016 7:19 pm Reply
    • Stu was out of bullets during public comment at the last SCNC meeting. Tossing insults at Eric Preven and Richard Adams with his “consider the sources” comment is all he has left. A public apology would be more appropriate and then we can all move forward as a community.

      Peter Cole April 28, 2016 7:44 pm Reply
  • as if any member of the Meadows Mafia would ever admit they were wrong, let alone apologize for their actions.

    that’s just not how they roll.

    Richard C. Adams April 30, 2016 12:46 pm Reply

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