Unanimous Vote of Approval for Archer Forward by the Los Angeles City Planning Commission

In a milestone decision for Archer Forward, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission unanimously approved the plan on April 23, 2015. The vote was an important step in the City's approval process, and it paved the way for the Archer Forward plan to deliver on our educational mission while respecting the Brentwood neighborhood we call home.
In a vote that sets the course for the future of The Archer School for Girls, the Los Angeles City Planning Commission unanimously approved the Archer Forward plan at its meeting on April 23. This is a significant milestone for the project and validation that the plan is thoughtful and responsive to community priorities.

The Planning Commission’s vote took place after nearly four years of constructive dialogue with numerous neighborhood stakeholder groups and the Council Office. We strongly believe that the current Archer Forward plan delivers on our educational mission while protecting and respecting the Brentwood neighborhood we call home.

Next, Archer Forward will go before the Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee of the City Council, and then will proceed to a final vote of the full City Council. Archer will continue to work with Councilman Bonin and local stakeholders during these final stages of the planning and approval process.

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