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CITY OF LOS ANGELES Office of the CITY CLERK

CALIFORNIA

KAREN E. KALFAYAN City Clerk

Council and Public Services Room 395, City Hall Los Angeles, CA 90012 General Information • (213) 978·1133 Fax: (213) 978·1040

When making inquiries relative to this matter, please refer to the Council File No.

CLAUDIA M. DUNN Chief, Council and Public Services Division ANTONIO

R. VILLARAIGOSA MAYOR

www.citvclerk.lacitv.org

08-1163

May 23,2008

Councilmember Reyes Councilmember Perry Councilmember Garcetti Office of the Mayor Chief Legislative Analyst

RE:

THE CITY'S POSITION ON THE APPLICATION OF THE PILIPINO AMERICAN NETWORK AND ADVOCACY FOR THE DESIGNATION OF THE HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN NEIGHBORHOOD AS A PRESERVE AMERICA NEIGHBORHOOD

At the meeting of the Council held

May 9, 2008

,the following action was taken:

Attached report adopted Motion adopted to approve committee report recommendation(s) Motion adopted to approve communication recommendation(s) Attached resolution (Perry for Garcetti - Reyes) adopted.............................................................. Attached motion 0 adopted FORTHWiTH Mayor concurred Appointment confirmed Findings adopted Negative Declaration adopted Categorically exempt Generally exempt

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RULES & GOVERNMENT PRESERVE AMERICA NEIGHBORHOOD DESIGNATION HISTORIC FILIPINOTOWN WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles, California recognizes and supports historic and cultural preservation as a key component of economic vitality and quality of life; and WHEREAS, in 1962 the City of Los Angeles enacted its Cultural Heritage Ordinance making possible the designation of buildings and sites as individual cultural landmarks, calIed "Historic-Cultural Monuments," thus providing official recognition and protection for Los Angeles' most significant and cherished historic resources; and WHEREAS, in 1979 the City Council of Los Angeles adopted an ordinance enabling the creation of Historic Preservation Overlay Zones (HPOZ), commonly known as historic districts, in recognition of the need to identify and protect neighborhoods with distinct architectural and cultural resources; and WHEREAS, in 2000 the City Council of Los Angeles adopted a Cultural Heritage Masterplan envisioning a city in which historic resources are not only recognized as symbols of the past but as integral parts of everyday activity; and WHEREAS, in 2006 the City of Los Angeles created the Office of Historic Resources, a seven-member full-service historic preservation office, that coordinates the Department of City Planning's historic preservation programs; leads a pioneering, five-year citywide historic resources survey; staffs the City's Cultural Heritage Commission; administers the Mills Act property tax incentive program; reviews proposed changes to designated historic properties; oversees over 850 Historic-Cultural Monuments and provides policy coordination for the City's 22 Historic Preservation Overlay Zones; and WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles is comprised of a variety of communities that make up our rich tapestry of cultures and existence as a multi-cultural metropolis; and WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles has periodically designated certain geographic areas with names based upon historical significance, current cultural attributes, location and other unique characteristics; and WHEREAS, the City of Los Angeles has the unique status within the entire nation to have the highest concentration of persons of Asian Pacific Islander ancestry and the unique status and distinction to have five established historic Asian Pacific Islander neighborhoods in Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Historic Filipinotown, Koreatown, and Thai Town, each of which the City of Los Angeles supPOrts for the'Preserve'America Neighborhood designation; and WHEREAS, Preserve America is a White House initiative developed in cooperation with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the U.S. Department ofthe Interior, and the U.S. Department of Commerce; and WHEREAS, the goals of this initiative include a greater shared knowledge about our Nation's past, strengthened regional identities and local pride, increased local participation in preserving the country's irreplaceable cultural and natural heritage assets, and support for the economic vitality of communities; and WHEREAS, this initiative is compatible with the interests and goals of the City of Los Angeles elated to historic and cultural preservation; and WHEREAS, there are four distinct geographic areas through which Los Angeles' Filipino American community has settled and called home, with the first settlement in "Little Manila" from the 1920s to about 1945 in the area of downtown Los Angeles where Little Tokyo is now; the second was "Bunker Hill" from about 1942 to the late 1950s after "Bunker Hill" had transitioned into a poor and working class neighborhood and the wealthy white population to move to newly-built suburbs that prohibited racial and ethnic minorities; in 1959 the Community Redevelopment Agency of Los Angeles announced Bunker Hill as the city's first redevelopment zone, Filipinos were again forced t~ move

and as a result of the 110 and 101 freeways that were built in the 1960s, the third wave of Filipino Americans were moved into the Temple-Beaudry area in the late 1950s to 1980, and since the 1970's to the present, Temple-Beverly Corridor, which is the current location of Historic Filipinotown serves both as a social and cultural center for the Filipino American community of Los Angeles; and WHEREAS, on July 30, 2002, the City Council adopted a motion designating Historic Filipinotown as a distinct historic district of the City of Los Angeles, and thereby recognized that within Council District Thirteen a significant population of persons of Filipino ancestry and Filipino-Americans who call the district home, and in particular a high concentration of persons of Filipino ancestry in the area commonly referred to as the Temple-Beverly corridor and its proximity, resided and was comprised of several Filipino businesses, restaurants, churches, community organizations, social services, and health clinics; and WHEREAS, designation of the Historic Filipinotown neighborhood of the City of Los Angeles as a Preserve America Neighborhood will improve the City of Los Angeles' ability to protect and promote the historical and cultural resources of its Asian Pacific Islander communities and the City's rich multi-cultural heritage; • NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Los Angeles City Council hereby supports the application of the Pilipino American Network and Advocacy (PANA) for the designation of the Historic Filipinotown neighborhood as a Preserve America Neighborhood; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Los Angeles City Council will hereby honor and celebrate the Historic Filipinotown community's heritage, promote the use of its historic assets for economic development and community revitalization, and encourage people to experience and appreciate local historic resources through education and heritage tourism programs.

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7 2008 SECONDED BY:

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ADOPTED MAY 092008 lOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL