Agenda – January 15, 2019

        

Westwood Community Council Meeting

A G E N D A

Tuesday, January 15, 2019  7:00 p.m.

Belmont Village Westwood  Town Hall community room (ground floor)

10475 Wilshire Boulevard  Westwood  Los Angeles, CA  90024

  1. Call to Order: Steve Sann, Chair
  2. Reading of the WCC’s Mission Statement: Philip Camino, Managing Member, Fellow restaurant
  3. Welcome and Introductions of Board members, guests, and members of the public
  4. Certification of Quorum
  5. Consideration of the Agenda (Note: items may not be heard in the order listed below.)
  6. Reports from Government and Public Agency Liaisons (3-5 minutes per report)
    1. LAPD West Los Angeles Community Police Station: Christopher Ragsdale, LAPD Senior Lead Officer
    2. Office of Congressman Ted Lieu: Janet Turner, Senior Field Representative & Constituent Services
    3. Office of County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl: Erin Schneider, Metro/West L.A. Field Deputy
    4. Office of California State Senator Ben Allen: David Lorango, Office Ambassador
    5. Office of California Assemblymember Sydney Kamlager-Dove: Angie Shaw, Field Representative
    6. Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti: (vacant), Westside Area Representative/Chief Service Officer
    7. Office of Councilmember Paul Koretz: Jasmine Shamolian, Westwood Field Deputy
    8. UCLA Government and Community Relations:  Carmen Healey, Assistant Director

 

7.Announcements and Concerns from Board Members

A.Upcoming public hearings, meetings, and other events of interest (Information only, no action; see calendar of meetings, public hearings, and events of interest at end of this Agenda).

  1. Reports from Standing and Ad-Hoc Committees/Liaisons
  2. Old Business:    2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count: Wednesday, February 23, 9:30 p.m., Westwood Presbyterian Church, Hoffman Hall, 10822 Wilshire Boulevard; Volunteers needed. To register as a volunteer please visit: https://www.theycountwillyou.org/westwood_count

10. New Business

A. Committee preferences and assignments for 2019

B.2019 Voluntary Dues – Reminder

C. Appointment of 2019 Representation Committee and Nominating Committee: Steve Sann

D. First Reading of Proposed Bylaw Amendments Relative to Adding Three Additional Student Representative Seats and Three Additional Student Alternate Seats (see attached motion): Cameron Keller, UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council Representative. (Note: Pursuant to the WCC Bylaws, Article XXV, “No amendment or new Bylaw may be voted upon until it has been distributed in writing to the Members and read at two (2) consecutive Council meetings. The full text of any amendment to or new Bylaws shall be made available to Members of the Board prior to the first reading.” As such, the first reading of these proposed Bylaw Amendments is scheduled for January 15th, and no vote will be taken at this meeting.)  (The text of the proposed amendment is provided on the last page of this agenda)

 

  1. General Public Comment (on non-agendized topics of interest to the public, within the subject matter and jurisdiction of the WCC) (10 minutes maximum, 2 minute per speaker)

 

  1. Next Regular WCC Meeting: Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 p.m., Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall community room, 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

 

  1. Motion to Adjourn

 

In accordance with its Bylaws, the Westwood Community Council (WCC) shall provide an opportunity in open meetings for the public to address items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter and jurisdiction of the WCC.  Individual testimony within the Public Comment period shall be limited to two (2) minutes per person and up to ten (10) minutes per subject.  However, the WCC Chair has the discretion to modify the time allotted on each subject, to each speaker, and the number of speakers per subject.  Items may be called in any order at the discretion of the WCC Chair.  EVERY PERSON WISHING TO ADDRESS THE BOARD DURING THE MEETING MUST COMPLETE A SPEAKER’S CARD AND SUBMIT IT TO THE CHAIR OF THE COUNCIL.  The agenda is posted for public review at the Westwood Branch Public Library, 1246 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, CA  90024, and at http://www.westwoodcommunitycouncil.org online.  Belmont Village Westwood provides free covered self-parking in its underground garage, accessed from the driveway at 10475 Wilshire Boulevard, and also is accessible via public transportation by all bus lines serving Wilshire Boulevard.  Belmont Village Westwood, including its Town Hall Community Room, is an ADA accessible facility.

 

Westwood Calendar of Upcoming Meetings, Public Hearings, Holidays, and Events of Interest:

 

Westside Regional Alliance of Councils Board (WRAC): Wednesday, January 16, 8:30 a.m. (third Wednesday every month); Lenny’s Deli, 2379 Westwood Boulevard

Westwood Community Design Review Board (DRB): CANCELED – Wednesday, January 16, 6:00 p.m. (first and third Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westwood Village Improvement Association Board (WVIA) (Business Improvement District “BID”): Thursday, January 17, 8:30 a.m. – (third Thursday every month); Skylight Gardens, 1139 Glendon Avenue

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: Monday, January 21 (Legal holiday) (third Monday of January)

City Council Planning & Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee Hearing on Councilmember Koretz’s Motion for “Report Back” on Westwood Village Specific Plan and possible amendments to restaurant and fast food definitions, limited food use numbers, and parking requirements: Tuesday, January 22, 2:30 pm.; City Hall, Room 340, 200 North Spring Street

2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count in Westwood: Wednesday, January 23, 9:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. (approximate ending time), Westwood Presbyterian Church, Hoffman Hall, 10822 Wilshire Boulevard; to register as a volunteer please visit: https://www.theycountwillyou.org/westwood_count

Metro Sepulveda Transit Corridor Feasibility Study Community Meeting: Wednesday, January 30, 6:00-8:00 p.m., Westwood Presbyterian Church, Hoffman Hall, 10822 Wilshire Boulevard

Friends of Westwood Library Pop-Up Book Sale: Saturday, February 2, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 noon (generally, first Saturday every February, April, May, July, August, October & November); Westwood Branch Library, 1246 Glendon Ave.

Westwood Community Design Review Board (DRB): Wednesday, February 6, 6:00 p.m. (first and third Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

North Westwood Neighborhood Council Board (NWNC): Wednesday, February 6, 7:00 p.m.; (first Wednesday every month); UCLA Weyburn Commons, Village View Room (4th floor), 11020 Weyburn Drive

Westwood Neighborhood Council Board (WWNC): Wednesday, February 13, 7:00 p.m. (second Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westside Impact Project Meeting (WIP): Thursday, February 14, 4:00-5:30 p.m. (second Thursday every month); UCLA John Wooden Center, Leadership Conference Room (all Westwood community members are welcome)

President’s Day: Monday, February 18 (Legal holiday) (third Monday of February)

Westwood Community Design Review Board (DRB): Wednesday, February 20, 6:00 p.m. (first and third Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westwood Village Improvement Association Board (WVIA) (Business Improvement District “BID”): Thursday, February 21, 8:30 a.m. (third Thursday every month); Skylight Gardens, 1139 Glendon Ave.

Westwood Community Design Review Board (DRB): Wednesday, March 6, 6:00 p.m. (first and third Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

North Westwood Neighborhood Council Board (NWNC): Wednesday, March 6, 7:00 p.m.; (first Wednesday every month); UCLA Weyburn Commons, Village View Room (4th floor), 11020 Weyburn Drive

Westwood Neighborhood Council Board (WWNC): Wednesday, March 13, 7:00 p.m. (second Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westside Impact Project Meeting (WIP): Thursday, March 14, 4:00-5:30 p.m. (second Thursday every month); UCLA John Wooden Center, Leadership Conference Room (all Westwood community members are welcome)

Westwood Community Council Board (WCC): Tuesday, March 19, 7:00 p.m. (third Tuesday every other month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall, 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westwood Community Design Review Board (DRB): Wednesday, March 20, 6:00 p.m. (first and third Wednesday every month); Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

Westwood Village Improvement Association Board (WVIA) (Business Improvement District “BID”): Thursday, March 21, 8:30 a.m. (third Thursday every month); Skylight Gardens, 1139 Glendon Avenue

Metro Purple Line Extension Section 3 Pre-Construction Community Meeting: Thursday, March 21, 6:30-8:00 p.m.; Belmont Village Westwood, Town Hall; 10475 Wilshire Boulevard

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Westwood Community Council Meeting

A G E N D A

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 7:00 p.m.

Agenda Item 10.D

Proposed Amendments to the Bylaws of the Westwood Community Council, Inc.,

a California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation,

Motion Submitted by: Cameron Keller, UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council Representative

(Note: Pursuant to the WCC Bylaws, Article XXV, “No amendment or new Bylaw may be voted upon until it has been distributed in writing to the Members and read at two (2) consecutive Council meetings. The full text of any amendment to or new Bylaws shall be made available to Members of the Board prior to the first reading.” As such, the first reading of these proposed Bylaw Amendments is scheduled for January 15th, and no vote will be taken at this meeting.)

Please note: Proposed ADDITIONAL new Bylaw language is noted in red boldface underscore. Proposed DELETED language in the existing Bylaws is noted in strikeout text.

ARTICLE VI: MEMBERSHIP

6.03 Number: The Board of Directors of the Westwood Community Council, Inc. shall consist of no fewer than eleven (11) and not more than twenty-five (25) twenty-six (26) Voting Members, and also shall have not more than three (3) non-Voting Members, which shall include the Chair Emeritus, the Legal Advisor, and a representative of the UCLA Chancellor, if any, unless changed by an amendment to these Bylaws. The exact number of Directors shall be fixed, within those limits, by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors, from time to time. That number so fixed by the Board shall constitute the number of Directors authorized for the purpose of determining a Quorum. The composition of the Board of Directors is listed in Appendix B and explained in detail in Appendix C of these Bylaws, which are incorporated herein by this reference.

6.04 Members of the Board: It is the intention that the Members of the Board of the WCC shall represent the diverse Stakeholders in Westwood.

…B. The Board of Directors of the WCC also shall include one (1) Representative and one (1) Alternate from each of the ten (10) twelve (12) Organizational Stakeholder Categories listed in Appendix B of these Bylaws, which are denoted as Categories C, D, I, J, K, L, M, N, and O, P, Q, and R. All such Organizational Stakeholder Representatives and their Alternates shall be Stakeholders nominated by the Representation Committee for election by vote of the Board of Directors in accordance with Article X, Section 10.04.B.

ARTICLE X: COMMITTEES

10.04 Representation Committee: Each year, at the first regular meeting of the WCC, or special meeting of the WCC if scheduled for that purpose, the Board shall appoint, on nomination of the Chair, a Representation Committee of not fewer than three (3) Members to serve for the calendar year. The responsibility of the Representation Committee shall include the review of candidates for a position as 2

Representative or Alternate for a Stakeholder Organization (other than for a Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organization, or business association), and for candidates for a position as Member-at-Large and Alternate Member-at-Large, and to submit its recommendations to the Voting Members. The Representation Committee also shall be responsible for selecting a candidate to serve as Legal Advisor and submitting its recommendation to the Voting Members.

A. Geographical Zone Stakeholder Representatives and Alternates:

1) The following six (6) Stakeholder Organizations listed in Appendix B of these Bylaws are classified as Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organizations:

ZONE 1: Westwood Hills Property Owners Association (WHPOA);

ZONE 2: North Westwood Village Residents Association (NWVRA);

ZONE 3: Holmby-Westwood Property Owners Association (HWPOA);

ZONE 4: Wilshire Corridor Condominium Presidents Association;

ZONE 5: Westwood Homeowners Association (WHA); and

ZONE 6: Comstock Hills Homeowners Association (CHHOA);

2) One (1) Representative and one (1) Alternate shall be selected by each of these six (6) Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organizations that represent their respective geographical Zone.

3) Geographical Zone Representatives and Alternates shall be residents of their respective Geographical Zone.

B. Organizational Stakeholder Representatives and Alternates:

1) The following nine (9) twelve (12) Stakeholder Categories, each of which comprises one (1) or more Stakeholder Organizations, are classified as Organizational Stakeholders. (NOTE: the letters used below match the designations in Appendix B of these Bylaws):

C. Westwood Senior Living/Retirement/Assisted Living Residential;

D. Westwood Village Business Association;

I. Educational Institutions – Public and Private Schools (PK-12);

J. Environmental/Land Use Organizations;

K. Service and Civic Groups/Recreational Organizations;

L. Arts/Cultural Institutions;

M. Religious Institutions;

N. UCLA Student Associations; and

O. N. UCLA Faculty and Staff Associations

O. UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC)

P. UCLA Graduate Students Association (GSA)

Q. UCLA On Campus Housing Council (OCHC)

R. UCLA Weyburn and Hilgard Residents Association (WHRA)

Appendix B

STAKEHOLDER CATEGORIES AND

STAKEHOLDER ORGANIZATIONS ELIGIBLE TO BE

REPRESENTED ON THE WESTWOOD COMMUNITY COUNCIL, INC.

(There shall be one Voting Representative and one Alternate Representative for each Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organization, each Organizational Stakeholder Category, each Special Stakeholder Category, and each Member-at-Large seat): 3

A. Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organizations (property owner and resident) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate per Zone)

ZONE 1: Westwood Hills Property Owners Association (WHPOA)

ZONE 2: North Westwood Village Residents Association (NWVRA)

ZONE 3: Holmby-Westwood Property Owners Association (HWPOA)

ZONE 4: Wilshire Corridor Condominium Presidents Association

ZONE 5: Westwood Homeowners Association (WHA)

ZONE 6: Comstock Hills Homeowners Association (CHHOA)

B. Westwood Community Multi-Family Residential Stakeholders (Special Category Stakeholder) (apartment renter or owner/condominium renter or owner/cooperative renter or owner/sorority renter) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

C. Westwood Senior Living/Retirement/Assisted Living Residential Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (senior resident, owner, or manager) (one Representative and one Alternate)

1. Belmont Village Westwood

2. Westwood Horizons

D. Westwood Village Business Association Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (business owner/manager) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

E. Westwood Village Commercial Property Stakeholders (Special Category Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate).

F. Wilshire Commercial Corridor Stakeholders (Special Category Stakeholder) (commercial property owner, business owner, or manager) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

G. Westwood South of Wilshire/Sepulveda Boulevard Business Stakeholders (Special Category Stakeholder) (business owner or manager) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

H. Westwood South of Wilshire/Sepulveda Boulevard Commercial Property Owner Stakeholders (Special Category Stakeholder) (commercial property owner or manager) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

I. Educational Institutions – Public and Private School Stakeholders (PK-12) (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. PTA/PTO, Advisory Council, School Foundation, or Booster Club representative

*Voting Representative from this category shall alternate every two years between a public school and a private school, with the Alternate Representative to come from the opposite category during those two years. *(It is expressly understood that the Voting Representative or Alternate Representative of this seat, if held by this school, provides the point of view of the respective organization which appoint them, and that in the case of a university affiliated school, they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.) 4

J. Environmental/Land Use Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. Coalition for Veterans’ Land

2. Save Westwood Village

3. The Urban Wildlands Group

K. Service and Civic Groups/Recreational Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO), Region 70

2. Friends of Westwood Library

3. Holmby Park Advisory Board

4. Holmby Park Lawn Bowling Club

5. Salvation Army Westwood Transitional Village

6. UCLA Medical Center Auxiliary*

7. Westwood Hills Garden Club

8. Westwood-Holmby Historical Society

9. Westwood Recreation Center/Aidan’s Place Park Advisory Board

10. Westwood Village Farmers’ Market

11. Westwood Village Rotary Club

12. West L.A. Little League Board of Directors

L. Arts/Cultural Institutions Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. Design for Sharing*

2. Fowler Museum at UCLA*

3. Geffen Playhouse*

4. Hammer Museum*

5. Istituto Italiano di Cultura (Italian Cultural Institute)

6. Los Angeles Film Festival

7. Reprise Theatre Company

8. UCLA Live*

*(It is expressly understood that the Voting Representative or Alternate Representative for this seat, if held by one of these Arts/Cultural Institutions, provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

M. Religious Institutions Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. Chabad of Westwood

2. Christian Science Reading Room

3. Christian Science Organization at UCLA

4. Cyril Nigg University Catholic Center at UCLA

5. Institute of Religion of Latter Day Saints at UCLA

6. Jews for Jesus

7. Kahal Joseph Congregation 5

8. Los Angeles Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints/LDS Westwood Ward

9. Lutheran Church of the Master

10. Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel

11. Sinai Temple

12. Southern California Jewish Center

13. St. Alban’s Episcopal Church

14. St. Paul The Apostle Catholic Church

15. Twenty-Eighth Church of Christ, Scientist

16. University Lutheran Chapel

17. University Religious Conference at UCLA

18. Westwood Bible Church

19. Westwood Hills Christian Church

20. Westwood Kehilla

21. Westwood Presbyterian Church

22. Westwood United Methodist Church

23. Westwood Village Synagogue

24. Yitzhak Rabin Hillel Center for Jewish Life at UCLA

N. UCLA Student Organization Stakeholders* (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. UCLA Graduate Students’ Association (GSA)*

2. UCLA Undergraduate Students’ Association Council (USAC)*

*Voting Representative from this category shall alternate every two years between a graduate student and an undergraduate student, with the Alternate Representative to come from the opposite category during those two years. (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organizations which appoint them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

O. N. UCLA Faculty/Staff Organization Stakeholders* (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate)

1. UCLA Academic Senate*

2. UCLA Staff Assembly*

*Voting Representative from this category shall alternate every two years between a UCLA faculty member (UCLA Academic Senate representative) and a UCLA staff member (UCLA Staff Assembly representative), with the Alternate Representative to come from the opposite category during those two years. (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organizations which appoint them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

O. UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC)*

*(It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.) 6

P. UCLA Graduate Students Association (GSA)*

*(It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

Q. UCLA On Campus Housing Council (OCHC)*

*(It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

R. UCLA Weyburn and Hilgard Residents Association (WHRA)*

*(It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

P. S. Members-at-Large (three Voting Representatives and three Alternate)

Q. T. Non-Voting Members (three)

1. Chair Emeritus

2. Legal Advisor

3. UCLA Chancellor’s representative (and alternate)

R. U. Public Agency Liaisons (non-Voting/some may attend only periodically)

1. Los Angeles City Council – Fifth District representative

2. Office of the Mayor – West Area representative

3. West L.A.P.D. representative/Senior Lead Officer for Westwood Community

4. UCLA Police Department

5. L.A.F.D. representative (Station 37 – Westwood Village/Station 71 – Beverly Glen)

6. L.A. Department of Transportation (LADOT)/West L.A. Traffic Improvement

Management Plan (TIMP) representatives

7. Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors – Third Supervisorial District representative

8. California State Assembly – 42nd and 54th Assembly District representatives

9. California State Senate – 26th Senate District representative

10. U.S. House of Representatives – California 33rd Congressional District representative

11. Veteran’s Administration/Los Angeles National Cemetery representative

12. Federal Building/General Services Administration representative

SUMMARY:

23 26 Voting Members (up to 25 26 permitted), 3 non-Voting Members (and 12 non-Voting public agency liaisons):

8 Geographical Zone Stakeholder and Residential Representatives

5 Business Community Representatives 7

5 Educational, Environmental/Land Use, Service and Civic Groups/Recreational, Arts/ Cultural, Religious Institutions Organizational Representatives

2 UCLA Student 5 UCLA Student, UCLA Faculty/UCLA Staff Organizational Representatives (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of these two five seats provide the point of view of the respective organizations which appoint them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

3 At-Large members

1 non-Voting Chair Emeritus

1 non-Voting Legal Advisor

1 non-Voting UCLA Chancellor’s representative

12 non-Voting Public Agency Liaisons (including periodic attendees)

NOTE: In all Organizational Stakeholder categories where there is more than one (1) represented organization within that category, the next Representative in line shall serve as the Alternate Representative, in the order of representation as determined by the Board on the recommendation of the Representation Committee.

Appendix C

GEOGRAPHIC ZONE BOUNDARY DESCRIPTIONS FOR

GEOGRAPHICAL ZONE STAKEHOLDER ORGANIZATIONS

AND QUALIFICATIONS FOR

VOTING REPRESENTATIVES AND ALTERNATES FOR

ORGANIZATIONAL STAKEHOLDERS,

SPECIAL CATEGORY STAKEHOLDERS, AND MEMBERS-AT-LARGE

(Note: the Geographical Boundary Descriptions for Geographical Zone Stakeholder Organizations, and the Qualifications for Voting Representatives and Alternates for Categories A. through M. of Organizational Stakeholders and Special Category Stakeholders have been omitted here, as there are no proposed Amendments, additions, or deletions to any of that existing Bylaw language in those sections.)

N. UCLA Student Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must be a Stakeholder who currently is enrolled full-time as a UCLA graduate or undergraduate student, and is designated as the representative of the UCLA Graduate Students Association (GSA) or the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC). (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organizations which appoint them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

O. N. UCLA Faculty/Staff Organization Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one Voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must be a Stakeholder who currently is employed full time as a UCLA Faculty member or Staff member, and is designated as the representative of the UCLA Academic Senate or the UCLA Staff Assembly. (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organizations which appoint them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

O. UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must 8

be a Stakeholder who currently is enrolled full-time as a UCLA undergraduate student, and is designated as the representative of the UCLA Undergraduate Students Association Council (USAC). (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

P. UCLA Graduate Students Association Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must be a Stakeholder who currently is enrolled full-time as a UCLA graduate student, and is designated as the representative of the UCLA Graduate Students Association (GSA). (It is expressly understood that both the Voting Representative and Alternate Representative of this seat provide the point of view of the respective organization which appoints them, and that they do not represent UCLA or The Regents of the University of California.)

Q. UCLA On Campus Housing Council Stakeholders (Organizational Stakeholder) (one voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must be a Stakeholder who resides within On-Campus Housing Council (OCHC) boundaries and is designated as the representative of the On-Campus Housing Council.

R. UCLA Weyburn and Hilgard Residents Association (Organizational Stakeholder) (one voting Representative and one Alternate) Voting Representative and Alternate must be a Stakeholder who resides within Weyburn and Hilgard Residents Association (WHRA) boundaries and is designated as the representative of the Weyburn and Hilgard Residents Association.

P. S. Members-at-Large (three Voting Representatives and three Alternates) Voting Representatives and Alternates must be a Stakeholder who currently resides, owns real property, or is an owner, member, or participant with a substantial nexus in a business, organization, or educational institution in the Westwood Community Council area, and who shall represent the “At-Large” Stakeholders within the Westwood Community.