Lisa Sarkin, community activist, longtime Studio City resident, Studio City Neighborhood Council vice president and Land Use chairperson.
Oh yes, she also writes the Monday column:.
"I hope all of this attention about the closure of the 405 will be as it was during the 1984 Olympics. It just scared people out of town. I worked downtown and had an easier drive to work during the Olympics than I did on a regular day. Getting to and from the venues was no problem at all."
"The best way to beat any problems, if they arise, is to stay in your neighborhood."
P.S. There is a meeting open to all on Wednesday night, and an on July 20.
Since such local notables as , and have helped spread the word about alternative things to do when the from July 15-17, we have decided to also ask a bunch of locals in our . We’ll have locals offer tips about what they think you should do during this potential traffic snarl. Click on the green column link above to find more stories and advice.