Dear Luma Residents,
Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember José Huizar and City Engineer Gary Lee Moore invite you to share your ideas on the new Sixth Street PARC by filling out this online survey and telling us what you would like to see and do in the new park.
The Sixth Street PARC, a project of the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering, will be a 12-acre park underneath the new Sixth Street Viaduct on both the Boyle Heights and Arts District sides of the Los Angeles River. Construction of the park will be coordinated with viaduct construction, which is expected to be completed at the end of 2020.
Please share your ideas! And feel free to share the survey with others! The deadline for submitting your survey is March 14, 2017.
For more information about upcoming community meetings and other information about the Sixth Street PARC and the Sixth Street Viaduct, please visit our website: http://www.sixthstreetviaduct.org
Thank you for supporting this exciting new project!
START THE SURVEY
When: Thursday 2/16/2017
Floors 4-11 and Stack 01 only will be affected.
There will be a water shut down tomorrow, Thursday 2/16/2017 from 10am-3pm
The water will be shut down periodically throughout the day and time stated as we try to locate a hot water crossover that is affecting the master bathroom shower / tub in
some units. We will need to gain entrance to all units ending in 01 from the 4th floor to the 11th floor.
Please allow access to your unit for LUMA personnel so they can check temperatures of the water in your shower / tub as they try to determine the cause of the hot water
crossover. All building related equipment has been checked. Our next step is to check each unit to see if there is a failure within any particular unit.
You can grant access to your unit by emailing “email@example.com” giving access.
We thank you for your assistance.
Dear Luma Residents,
As a part of the continuous efforts to improve the Luma community, the Board of Directors of the Luma Homeowners Association has decided to review possible improvements to the access control procedures. There will be a temporary test of change to study the impact of keeping the lobby doors locked 24 hours per day, requiring the use of a key fob to enter the front door at all hours.
This will start on Friday 2/10 and will run through Monday 2/13. Please note that there may be some impact to residents and guests, as well as to operations staff, delivery persons, etc.
The Board is asking residents (homeowners and tenants) to provide positive and negative feedback and/or suggestions regarding this procedure, as they will take these under consideration before making a decision on implementation.
Residential Impact: You will need to use your fob to enter the front doors on Hope Street. If you have guests accompanying you, please identify them as such to the front desk staff.
Entry Instructions for guests, vendors and residents without a fob:
Push the ‘CALL’ button on the access control keypad next to the entrance, listen for dial tone, then dial ‘01’ and a front desk Associate will respond. Note: instructions are also posted on the access control keypad. The procedure for further access is unchanged, all visitors will be verified prior to granting access. If you are a resident and you forget your fob, verification of residency will be required if you are not recognized by the front desk staff. If you have guest(s) accompany you through the lobby, please identify them as such to the front desk associate as you pass by.
Please email all comments, positive or negative regarding this 4 day experiment, to the General Manager, Francis Langlois, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continued concern and participation.