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  1. California Ralph M. Brown Act
    The California Ralph M. Brown Act is a law that governs notice and open meeting requirements for local bodies. Meetings of public bodies must be “open and public,” actions may not be secret, and action taken in violation of open meetings laws may be voided. (§§ 54953(a), 54953(c), 54960.1(d)) Please reference the full text of the law, courtesy of Empower LA, for more information.
  2. Supervisor Sheila Kuehl
    L.A. County Supervisor District 3
  3. Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (BONC)
    The City of Los Angeles Board of Neighborhood Commissioners is comprised of seven members, appointed by the Mayor, and confirmed by the City Council. The Commission is responsible for setting and overseeing policy. The Commission holds regular public meetings every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month, and may hold special meetings to conduct business.
  4. City of Los Angeles
  5. City of Los Angeles Council District 5
  6. City of Los Angeles Ordinance Search
  7. Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE)
    This City of Los Angeles department was created as part of the same June 1999 Charter amendment that created Neighborhood Councils. The department is oversees Neighborhood Council policies and practices and DONE is intended to supporting and assist Neighborhood Councils.
  8. Department of Water and Power
  9. Los Angeles Police Department
  10. Los Angeles Unified School District
  11. NavigateLA
  12. Neighborhood Council Review Commission
    This Commission, also known as the 912 Commission, was created pursuant to Section 912 of the City Charter. The 29-member Commission was charged with evaluating the performance, practices and efficacy of Neighborhood Councils.
  13. City Watch – An Insider Look at City Hall
  14. LA City View – Chanel 35
  15. LA Observed – Local Politics and Links to News and Blogs
  16. Which Way L.A.? – KCRW’s thoughtful review of local issues
  17. Curbed LA
  18. LAist.com
    LAist is a website about Los Angeles and everything that happens in it. That means news and events, restaurants and bars, happenings and goings-on.
  19. Los Angeles Citywide Coalition of Neighborhood Councils
  20. Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Citywide Issues Group
  21. Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Gay & Lesbian Caucus
  22. Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils Congress
  23. San Fernando Valley Neighborhood Councils and Homeowners Groups
  24. Assessor’s Office
  25. County of Los Angeles
  26. Federation of Hillside and Canyon Associations
  27. Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)
  28. Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy
  29. Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky
  30. Bel Air Ridge Association
  31. Benedict Canyon Association
  32. Crests Neighborhood
  33. Holmby Hills Homeowners Association
  34. Laurel Canyon Association
  35. Residents of Beverly Glen, Inc.
  36. Roscomare Valley Association
  37. Councilmember David Ryu, 4th District

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