Under a pilot program approved Tuesday, Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils (LANC) would be able to hand up motions or resolutions to the City Council.
The two-year program would allow the 89 LANCs to introduce three motions and/or resolutions per year, of which must be seconded by another LANC before being filed with the City Clerk’s office for inclusion on an agenda.
The program will come before full City Council for a vote next Tuesday.