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 on Thursday, February 16, at 6:30 pm. Public comment is welcome. For more information visit whcouncil.org.
February 16 Hearing Set for Ventura Blvd. Low-Income Housing
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