The West Pasadena Residents’ Association strongly opposes SB 10as an excessive, misguided and fatally flawed attempt to pre-empt local determinations on land use.2021_7_6-WPRA_Ltr-to-Holden-Oppose-SB-10
WPRA Advocacy: The West Pasadena Residents’ Association has taken positions on matters and written letters to various government agencies.
Most recent at the top. Scroll down for previous letters.
The WPRA requests that the City delay implementation of the current options for suicide-deterring Vertical Barrier Enhancements to the Colorado Street Bridge, and continue to conduct an in-depth review of alternatives, including any technologies that could replace the physical barriers, or enhance a reduced height of those barriers.21_6_8-WPRA-Ltr-to-Mayor-Gordo-about-the-Colorado-St-Bridge-
The West Pasadena Residents’ Association strongly opposes SB 10as an excessive, misguided and fatally flawed attempt to pre-empt local determinations on land use. SB 10 would require cities to approve construction of up to 10-unit market-rate residential buildings on almost any parcel of land.6_20_2021-WPRA-Ltr-to-State-Housing-Committee-Opposing-SB10
SB 9 is not an equity bill. It is the exact opposite. Its emphasis on expensive market rate construction would constitute an unprecedented and destabilizing attack on 7 million California single-family households with 20 million residents—white, Black, Latino and Asian—at all income levels.6_20_2021-WPRA-Ltr-to-State-Housing-Committee-Opposing-SB9-
The WPRA supportsAssembly Bill 768 by Chris Holden “School Safety: Aquatic and Pool Safety Program: Model Policy” – would require state agencies to develop model swimming pool and waterway policy and programs for use by local educational agencies and other organizations2021_05_21-WPRA-Ltr-Support-AB-768-Holden.docx