The Tarzana Property Owners'
Association was formed in 1962 from several existing neighborhood groups in the interest
of furthering community growth and development. The collection documents the San
Fernando Valley's historical development, and the Tarzana Property Owners'
Association's attempts at lobbying for legislation. It includes meeting minutes,
community planning studies, correspondence, complaints, fact sheets, environmental
impact studies, maps, petitions, resolutions, site plans, treasurer’s reports, and
Association newsletters. Correspondence files include letters by Board members to Mayor
Tom Bradley, Councilman Marvin Braude from the 11th District and Councilwoman Laura
Chick from the 3rd District.
The Tarzana Property Owners' Association was formed in 1962 from several existing
neighborhood groups in the interest of furthering community growth and development. In
the late 1960s the gruop worked to establish park lands, and open spaces due to rapid
commercial growth in Tarzana. Other issues the group dealt with included the disparity
between acreage requirements in the Master Plan for Tarzana vs. requirements for Tarzana
Developers, especially regarding the keeping of horses and the need for buffer zones
between commercial and residential properties contiguous to Ventura Boulevard.
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