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COUNCIL FILE NO.

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COUNCIL DISTRICT NO. 13

APPROVAL FOR ACCELERATED PROCESSING DIRECT TO CITY COUNCIL The attached Council File may be processed directly to Council pursuant to the procedure approved June 26, 1990, (CF 83-1075-S1) without being referred to the Public Works Comm ittee because the action on the file checked below is deemed to be routine and/or administrative in nature:

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Future Street Acceptance. Quitclaim of Easement(s). Dedication of Easement(s). Release of Restriction(s). Request for Star in Hollywood Walk of Fame. Brass Plaque(s) in San Pedro Sport Walk. Resolution to Vacate or Ordinance submitted in response to Council action. H. Approval of plans/specifications subm itted by Los Angeles County Flood Control District.

APPROVAL/DISAPPROVAL FOR ACCELERATED PROCESSING: APPROVED

DISAPPROVED* Council Office of the District Public Works Committee Chairperson

*DISAPPROVED FILES WILL BE REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE. Please return to Council Index Section, Room 615 City Hall

City Clerk Processing: Date _ item.

_ _ _ notice and report copy mailed to interested parties advis ing of Council date for this

Date - - - - scheduled in Council.

AFTER COUNCIL ACTION:

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Send copy of adopted report to the Rea l Estate Section, Development Services Division, Bureau of Engineering (Mail Stop No. 515) for further processing. Other:

PLEASE DO NOT DETACH THIS APPROVAL SHEET FROM THE COUNCIL FILE

ACCELERATED REVIEW PROCESS - E

Office ofthe City Engineer Los Angeles California To the Honorable Council Ofthe City of Los Angeles

OCT 0 7 2011

Honorable Members:

C. D. No. 13

SUBJECT: Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street- Walk of Fame Additional Name in Terrazzo SidewalkJOHN LASSETER

RECOMMENDATIONS: A.

That the City Council designate the unnumbered location situated one sidewalk square southerly of and between numbered locations 26J and 26j as shown on Sheet 18 of Plan D-13788 for the Hollywood Walk of Fame for the installation of the name of John Lasseter at 6834 Hollywood Boulevard.

B.

fuform the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce ofthe Council's action on this matter.

C.

That this report be adopted prior to the date of the ceremony on November 1, 2011.

FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT: No General Fund Impact. All cost paid by pe1mittee. TRANSMITTALS: 1.

Unnumbered communication dated September 28, 2011, from the Hollywood Historic Trust ofthe Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, biographical information and excerpts from the minutes of the Chamber's meeting with recommendations.

City Council

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C. D. No. 13

DISCUSSION: The Walk of Fame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has submitted a request for insetiion into the Hollywood Walk ofFame the name of John Lasseter. The ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, November 1, 2011. The communicant's request is in accordance with City Council action of October 18, 1978, under Council File No. 78-3949. Following the Council's action of approval, and upon proper application and payment of the required fee, an installation permit can be secured at 201 N. Figueroa Street, 3rd Floor, Counter 23 ".

Respectfully submitted,

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E. Central District Engineer Bureau of Engineering

ar:wof.02 (213) 482-7042 cc: Construction Services Center, Counter 23" Bureau of Street Services Administration

ACCELERATED REVIEW PROCESS - E

Office of the City Engineer Los Angeles California To the Honorable Council Of the City of Los Angeles

OCT 07 2011

Honorable Members:

C. D. No. 13

SUBJECT: Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street- Walk of Fame Additional Name in Terrazzo JOHN LASSETER

Sidewalk~

RECOMMENDATIONS: A.

That the City Council designate the unnumbered location situated one sidewalk square southerly of and between numbered locations 26J and 26j as shown on Sheet 18 of Plan D-13788 for the Hollywood Walk of Fame for the installation ofthe name of John Lasseter at 6834 Hollywood Boulevard.

B.

Inform the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce of the Council's action on this matter.

C.

That this report be adopted prior to the date of the ceremony on November 1, 2011.

FISCAL IMPACT STATEMENT: No General Fund Impact. AU cost paid by permittee. TRANSMITTALS: I.

Unnumbered communication dated September 28, 2011, from the Hollywood Historic Trust ofthe Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, biographical information and excerpts from the minutes of the Chamber's meeting with recommendations.

City Council

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C. D. No. 13

DISCUSSION: The Walk ofFame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has submitted a request for insertion into the Hollywood Walk of Fame the name of John Lasseter. The ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, November 1, 2011. The communicant's request is in accordance with City Council action of October 18, 1978, under Council File No. 78-3949. Following the Council's action of approval, and upon proper application and payment of the required fee, an installation permit can be secured at 201 N. Figueroa Street, 3rd Floor, Counter 23".

Respectfully submitted,

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Central District Engineer Bureau of Engineering

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~OLLVWOO[f WALK 0!= FAME

September 28,2011 Mr. Gary L. Moore Public Works Engineering Att: Lemuel Paco 201 N. Figueroa, 3rd Floor, M.S. 503 Los Angeles, CA 90012 Dear Mr. Moore, The Walk of Fame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has approved the below listed name for insertion into the Hollywood Walk of Fame: JOHN LASSETER- (Category -MOTION PICTURES) Requested star location to be 6834 Hollywood Blvd., south side of the street next to the El Capitan Theatre. The star for JOHN LASSETER will be located in the second row next to the star of CUBA GOODING JR. which is to the east and a square which has no number which faces west. The stars nearest to LASSETER'S in the original row are GARRY MARSHALL (26j) to the east and PEE WEE HUNT (26J) to the West. According to sheet #18 plan 13788, JOHN LASSETER'S star has no designated number. The ceremony is scheduled for Tuesday, November 1, at TIME IS PENDING AS THERE IS AN HAND PRINT CEREMONY SET FOR SA1\1E DAY AND WE ARE NEGOTIATING TIMES.

Thank you for your cooperation in this request. I look forward to a response from your office soon. The following materials are enclosed: JOHN LASSETER'S bio and the Board of Director's Minutes.



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John Lasseter Chief Creative Officer, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios Principal Creative Advisor, Walt Disney Imagineering John Lasseter is a two~time Academy Award®-winning director and creatively oversees all films and associated projects from Walt Disney and Pixat Animation Studios. Lasseter made his feature directorial debut in 1995 with ''Toy Story," the fust-ever feature-length computer-animated fihn and, since then, has gone on to direct "A Bug's Life," "Toy Story 2" and "Cars." He returned to the driver's seat this year, directing "Cars 2." His executive-producing credits include "Monsters, Inc.," "Finding Nemo," "The lncredibles," "Ratatouille," ''WALL• E," "Bolt" and last year's critically acclaimed "Up," the first animated film ever to open the Cannes Film Festival and the recipient of two Academy Awards® for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Score. Lasseter also served as executive producer for Disney's Oscar® -nominated f.t.lm.s "The Princess and the Frog" and "Tangled" as well as Pixar's most recent Academy Award winner for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song, "Toy Stoty 3," which is based on a story written by Lasseter, Anclxew Stanton and Lee Unkrich. Lasseter wrote, directed and animated Pixar's first short fihns, including "Luxo Jr.," "Red's Dream," "Tin Toy" and "Knick Knack." "Luxo Jr." was the first three-dimensional computer-animated film ever to be nominated for an Academy Award® when it was nominated for Best Animated Short Film in 1986; "Tin Toy" was the first three-dimensional computer-animated fihn ever to win an Academy Award® when it was named Best Animated Short Film in 1988. Lasseter has executive-produced all of the studio's subsequent shorts, including "Boundin'," "One Man Band," "Lifted," "Presto," "Partly Cloudy," "Day & Night" and the Academy Award®-winning "Geri's Game" (1997) and "For the Birds" (2000). Under Lasseter's supervision, Pixar's animated feature and short fllms have earned a multitude of critical accolades and fllm-industry honors. Lasseter himself received a Special Achievement Oscar® in 1995 for his inspired leadership of the "Toy Story" team. He and the rest of the screenwriting team of "Toy Story" also earned an Academy Award® nomination for Best Original Screenplay, the first time an animated feature had ever been recognized in that category. In 2009, Lasseter was honored at the 66th Venice International Film Festival with the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. The following year, he became the fust producer of animated films to receive the Producers Guild of America's David 0. Selznick Achievement Award in Motion Pictures. Lasseter's other recognitions include the 2004 Outstanding Contribution to Cinematic Imagery award from the Art Directors Guild, an honorary degree from the American Film Institute, and the 2008 Winsor McCay Award from ASIFA-Hollywood for career achievement and contribution to the art of animation. Prior to the formation of Pixar in 1986, Lasseter was a member of the Computer Division of Lucasfllm Ltd., where he designed and animated "The Adventures of Anclxe and Wally B," the first-ever piece of character-based three-dimensional computet animation, and the computer-generated Stained Glass Knight character in the 1985 Steven Spielberg-produced film ''Young Sherlock Holmes." Lasseter was part of the inaugural class of the Character Animation program at California Institute of the Arts and received his B.F.A. in fihn in 1979. Lasseter is the only two-time winner of the Student Academy Award for Animation, for his CalArts student films "Lady and the Lamp" (1979) and "Nitemare" (1980). His very first award came at the age of 5, when he won $15 from the Model Grocery Market in Whittier, Calif., for a crayon drawing of the Headless Horseman.

SPECIAL EXECUTIVE COivl.IVIITTEE PHONE tv1EETING HELD ON JUNE 20, 2011 FOR WALK OF FAME SELECTION RJ-\ TIFICATION

Attendees: Bruce Gorelick, Iv1itch Nedick, Maureen Schultz, Marty Shelton, Chris Barton, Randy Baumberger, Scott Moe, John Pavlik, Leron Gubler and Ana Martinez

Meeting began at 3:04p.m.

John Pavlik reported that the committee selected the following names:

MOTION PICTURES: Jennifer Aniston, Vin Diesel, Scarlett Johansson, John Lasseter, Malcolm McDowell, Sumner Redstone, Kate Winslet and Richard Burton (posthumous)

TELEVISION: Valerie Berrinelli, Matt Groening, Mariska Hargitay, Patricia Heaton, Marg Heigenberger, Walter Koenig, Tom Welling and Adam West RECORDING: Pepe Aguilar, AMERICA, Boyz II Men, Hal David, David Foster, Vince Gill, Jennifer Lopez, Ann and Nancy Wilson (Heart) and Barry White(posthumous) RADIO: Ellen K.

3:26 p;,n. Meeting)s adjourned .. ./ -~. . 1

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