Cleaning and Safety Committee Meetings
The Hollywood Media District contracts a private non-profit vendor, Hollywood Beautification Team (HBT), for cleaning and maintenance needs within the District. HBT's President & CEO, Sharyn Romano, oversees all HBT responsibilities which include emptying trash bins, replacing trash bags, cleaning and removing all trash and debris from sidewalks, gutters, driveways, tree wells and around trash receptacles. They also remove or paint over graffiti and stickers from buildings, trees, poles, planters, utility bases or other surfaces daily or as needed on city property. They accept paint from property owners in order to color match when requested. HBT also pressure washes the bus stops and sidewalks throughout the BID. There is a minimum of 8 people per day to accomplish these services. For more information please contact us using the 'contact page' on this website.
You must have a "Graffiti Paint Out Agreement" on file with HBT to receive the graffiti services. To obtain an Agreement, or to request other cleaning or maintenance services, call Jim Omahen at 323.860.0088 or email email@example.com.
The Hollywood Media District contracts with Universal Protection Services to provide Security Patrols. The Security Team patrols the area on foot, bicycle and in the Media District's Security Vehicle 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The team may be contacted by calling 323.871.4150.
Captain John Irigoyen:
7000 Romaine St., Ste. 104
Hollywood CA, 90038
Office - 323.871.4150
Fax - 323.871.4121
Advocacy and Business Development Committee Meetings
The Advocacy and Business Development Committee meets on an as-needed basis to discuss zoning and planning issues, proposed developments, city and state matters, and a variety of other topics which are of interest to stakeholders in the Media District.† For more information or to suggest an agenda item, please contact us using the 'contact page' on this website.
Board of Directors Monthly Meetings
Thursday, October 23, 2014, 3:00 to 4:30
Musicians Union, Auditorium, 817 N. Vine St.
ANY ITEM ON THIS AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO ACTION, INCLUDING A MOTION AND VOTE
I. Call To Order
II. Introductions and Public Comments
III. Approval of 09.10.14 Special Board Meeting Minutes, Action Item
Approval of 09.18.14 Annual Meeting Minutes, Action Item
IV. UPS Patrol Report, Capt. Irigoyen
V. HBT Report
VI. Executive Directorís Report
a. Donation of PC for Security Office
VII. New Business
a. BIDís office equipment/systems
b. Hotel Worker $15.37 Minimum Wage Increase
c. Request for two bus stop shelter removals
d. Hollywood 4WRD Homeless Count in January 2015
e. Budget/Costs Report, 2014 Annual Party
f. Reminder: 2015 Boardmember nomination/application form due Oct. 30th
g. November Board meeting date, Nov. 20th (Thanksgiving on Nov. 27th)
h. December Board meeting location/date/time
As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Hollywood Media District BID does not discriminate on the basis of disability and upon request will provide reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to its programs, services, and activities. Sign language interpreters, assisted listening devices, or other auxiliary aids and/or services may be provided upon request. To ensure availability of services, please make your request at least 3 business days (72-hours) prior to the meeting by contacting Jim Omahen, Operations Manager, at ph. 323.860.0088, fax 323.860.0089, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
These are meetings of the Officers of the BID's Board of Directors. Meetings are only open to the public at the beginning, and then go into closed executive session.
Once a year and usually in September, the Hollywood Media District BID holds an brief Annual Meeting followed by a party. All property owners, as well as many business owners, elected officials and BID service providers are all invited. Formal invitations are postal mailed, and RSVPs are recommended.