The City Council decided at its Thursday study session not to amend a resolution approved in April that states the city's opposition against the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's plan to tunnel under as part of the .
Instead of revisiting the resolution process, the council agreed to as its primary form of opposing Metro's decision to route a subway under the high school to reach a station on Constellation Boulevard in Century City.
"At this stage where Metro has , we're obviously not going to affect the vote," said Vice Mayor John Mirisch, who had drafted additional language that incorporated into the resolution content from a February letter Councilman Barry Brucker when he was serving his term as mayor. But by the end of the discussion, the council had moved toward the option of focusing on its litigation efforts.
Councilman Julian Gold agreed that circumstances warrant the council to take a different approach, rather than drafting another resolution.
"Time has moved, the train has left the station," said Gold, who looked ahead to a meeting following the study session with the council's attorneys on the subway matter. "I would be hesitant to do anything until we actually hear ... what they think our most effective moves would be."