A new date has been set for a community hearing on the proposed low-income apartment complex at the west end of Ventura Blvd. Developer Daylight Community Development builds Measure HHH-funded projects. The six and eight-story apartments slated for 23036-23060 Ventura on the empty lot adjacent to Woodlake Bowl would feature 25 units of permanent supportive housing and 74 low-income units. The Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council and its Planning, Land Use and Mobility Committee will host the community meeting February 12. For more information visit whcouncil.org.
Community Presentation Set on Ventura Blvd. Low-Income Apartments
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