here are my idea for the NOHO arts district for Paul Kerkorain.

Paul should take care of the NOHO arts district just like he takes care of his other comminuties.  I think he has done a very job from him and his office letting  Lankershim all over the arts district he must keep the pressure on Dot so that way we get our cross walk at Maglio and blakise .   He must put bike lane on Vineland since the communtie and bussiness spport Vineland .   His office must take better of our area  because so far Noho is very druty comminute. Boy do I miss Tom Laborge who I vote for. 
larry January 22, 2014 at 08:47 PM
I guess no one remembers before there were center islands and left hand turn lanes , there was plenty of room for bikes...The City took that safe area for the center divider and now there is no safe place to ride... If just a few strategic parking spots were taken away a decent design could once again give cyclists back what they had for years. We have more parking on Lankershim than ever before and with the plan of double decking the parking on Chandler, the amount of parking spots could double. Bike lanes would calm the area and with everyone coming to the area now as a destination spot, a No Ho Village needs to have slower traffic just in that area for pedestrian and cycling safety.
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 22, 2014 at 09:47 PM
Larry No the bike lane will not work on Lankershim just to much traffic bike rider and the communites and bussiness do not want it. Bike lanes to just the opinest of want you are write Larry . First of all it is not a villege but a very big city with lots of Cars .
Stephanie January 23, 2014 at 04:47 AM
What businesses on Vineland support a bike lane? Who are they?
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 23, 2014 at 09:04 AM
There are many bussiness along VIneland that want it. You have the chaldern bike path which connects to Vineland and would be great for exericse. YOu ride your bike to exersce not to ,ride your bike to bussines when it is very close by you walk.
Bill Wentz January 23, 2014 at 07:07 PM
I just want to be lazy with you and your family and friends of the year of the year of the year of the best of luck in your life is good on my phone in the snow with my family is going well for you no one is not a good muscle-building I love the heat of balance where the hell out in the love and miss u you want me to get on payroll taxes on the first time I have to go fishing and the only.
Armando Del Valle January 24, 2014 at 01:57 AM
Businesses want people to come to their stores so the bike lane makes more sense on Lankershim than Vineland. There have been bike thefts in the area and more along Vineland. I happen to ride my bike to work which is also a business and I see more along the way when I ride down Lankershim. This is how I got a lot of my friends to go to Blastoff Comics and Metropolis. Again if there is a list of businesses that oppose of this, I'd like to see it. If you're being a self proclaimed spokesperson for these businesses without their permission, you can get in a lot of legal trouble. You need to provide us with concrete evidence on why a bike lane wouldn't work, not just your ideas and make them factual for everyone else. Yes we can take these ideas to Krekorian, but he'll need proof from everyone to make sure why it works, not just from one person.
David Keesey January 24, 2014 at 02:18 AM
Beautifully stated Armando. With no concrete evidence I'm afraid its hearsay. It's time for action from Paul Krekorian's office to create a much needed bike lane now. Has anyone even polled bikers on this subject. They are the ones that will utilize and create much needed dollars for the area. It may not be much, however, every bit helps at this point. I have a bike which sits idle in my garage as I'm too afraid of riding it down the street, having this designated lane for bikes will give me the positive reinforcement needed to feel a bit more safe. At least lets try this bike lane out on Lankershim for a year, if it proves to be a negative influence on the area, change it. Nothing to loose here.
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 24, 2014 at 08:41 AM
Armando you are wrong the bike on Lankershim will not work for many reson the bussiness do not want in Blastoff Comics and many more bussiness along Lankershim want it to be on Vineland. I know which bussiness on Lankershim do not want it because I have talk to them and they say VIneland. Oh and how come all four Neighborhood Council vote no. Plus the bussiness and the communtie want Vineland and bike riders.
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 24, 2014 at 08:47 AM
David There plenty of evindence that the bike lane on Lankerishim will not work I know because I was part of those bike study groups. The bussiness again do not want it and all four Neighborhood Council vote no and Tom has said no to the lane be on Lankershim he wants Vineland. How are you going try out the bike lane on Lannkershim when it will cost too lanes to be remove and lose of parking space and the bussiness how come back to life. You cant put I bike lane on street for a year and take it off that is just plain stupied. It time for Paul Krekorian office to do the right thing and put it on Vineland where the rest of the comunite wants to be along with the bussiness.


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