You can read the thing yourself, of course. The upshot is that his lawyers2 threaten everyone with lawsuits up the wazoo if they don’t go to the Coastal Commission, go to the Neighborhood Council, and so on. They cite Epstein v. HPOA3 wrongly, they cite a bunch of other laws, probably wrongly, and close with this idiotic bit of dazzledy-doo:
The Project has not been vetted with the community or the Venice Neighborhood Council even though approval thereof will undoubtedly substantially affect the owners of the adjacent residential neighborhood. As such its secret approval would constitute both a violation of the Brown Act and general due process.
Well, really guys, if there’s a council file for your letter to go into there’s no secret approval, is there? It’s up before the council, so so much for your Brown Act voodoo. Whyn’t ya move back to America and leave Venice alone, eh?
Image of Westminster Senior Center is a public record as it was made by the LA Rec and Parks Commission, and we got it from here.
- We are not going into details about Mark Ryavec’s slavering psychopathy here tonight, brethren and sistren, but if you are interested, here is lesson one and here is lesson two.
- A guy like Ryavec, he’s gotta have lawyers. That’s how he gets to have people around to hang out and talk to him.
- It wasn’t the HPOA back then, but it is now, so that’s the name we’re using.