The Los Angeles City Council's Planning Land Use and Management Committee Tuesday held off on making a final decision on the proposed Hollywood Community Plan update.
The committee allotted 15 minutes for public comments on Tuesday. After hearing comments, Chairman Ed Reyes said the committee will take up the item in two weeks.
"We had public comment the last time we visited this item and we opened this out of courtesy for 15 more minutes," Reyes said. "I want to close public comment at this time and we will choose to open it up if we need to."
Reyes did not provide any further details on the decision.
The plan would serve as a blueprint for future development in Hollywood. The current plan has not been updated since it was created in 1988.
Review by the committee is the last stop before it goes to the full City Council for consideration.