Building without sufficient roads, police, water/power, and other important infrastructure components forces a downward trend to the basis of our economic and quality of life for all stakeholders. Everyone, including city officials, need to work together to correct this unnecessary and irresponsible trend.
Homes come in all shapes and sizes within the borders of Mar Vista. Unfortunately, in recent years, it has become harder for them to coexist. Additionally, due to the demolition of RSO apartments, finding affordable housing is even harder. I believe that Mar Vista is ready, willing, and able to join together to find solutions for today's housing needs.
Mar Vista is a safer neighborhood within Los Angeles; yet, in recent months, crime has been increasing at an alarming rate as well as traffic accidents. Whether it be crime, traffic, or earthquake preparedness, safety is an important part of any community. We need to work together to ensure that our city officials provide sufficient safety essentials.
No one person or committee could keep a community running smoothly. Mar Vista is a thriving community that needs the work and cooperation of all its stakeholders and city officials. Only by listening to one another, and working together, will Mar Vista continue to be the community we love.
Anonymous ~ "I know you think you understand what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."
Ted Turner ~ "The best advice is never to do anything. You'll never get in trouble if you don't do anything. But, on the other hand, you'll never get anywhere either."
An ad published on December 5, 1923, part of S. Ravi Tam's book; page 131.
"Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted." ~ Albert Einstein
Click here to read an excellent book on the history of Mar Vista - Distant Vistas: Exploring the Historic Neighborhood of Mar Vista by S. Ravi Tam.