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Tuesday, February 26, 2012 6:30 PM St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church – Social Hall 10750 Ohio Avenue (at corner of Selby Avenue) Los Angeles, CA 90024 (in Westwood) Featuring Candidates: Mark Matthew Herd Westwood Neighborhood Council Boardmember and Paul Koretz Los Angeles City Councilmember Moderator: Mike Newhouse, Westside Regional Alliance of Councils Chair
Los Angeles residents will be able to complain about graffiti, abandoned furniture, potholes, broken street lights and fallen trees using their iPhone and Android smartphones starting March 18. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa unveiled the My LA 311 mobile app and a redesigned website for the City of Los Angeles in a Google+ hangout with reporters Wednesday. [...]
Opportunity – Respond quickly if interested. The Department of City Planning is looking for volunteers for a new billboard working group. The PLUM Committee has directed us to assemble this working group to address billboard and digital billboard issues, and in particular a potential new program that could allow a limited number of digital billboards [...]
Congressman Henry A. Waxman has been on a long mission to eradicate unnecessary helicopter noise in the skies over Los Angeles County, and today he, along with Congressman Adam Schiff and Senators Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, has introduced legislation that would put restrictions on low-flying choppers here. It’s called The Los Angeles Residential Helicopter [...]
Election: Wednesday, March 27 at 7:00 pm Candidates: (Click each candidate’s name to read their Candidate Statement) At-Large: Michael Kemp Laurence Leisten At-Large – Factual Basis: Travis Longcore Chuck Maginnis Election Rules: Only stakeholders can vote (including factual basis) Voting will be by show of hands. Process: Each Candidate will have two minutes to make a [...]
From the L.A. Daily News, January 24, 2013 A recent fight over a proposed $3 billion bond issue for street repairs illustrated the growing influence of neighborhood councils in Los Angeles City government, as they exerted enough influence to keep the measure off the ballot for now. The success in that case represents an evolution [...]
Bicycles are not cheap. That’s why you need to take measures in protecting it from thieves. Follow these steps and share them with fellow riders. Record the serial number, make, model and color of your bike. This information is usually located somewhere on the frame. Put the information in your cell phone or somewhere easily [...]
The LA City Council’s pending new sign ordinance will not outlaw digital signs. Despite the City’s ban on new billboards dating back to 2002, the City is in the process of approving a new ordinance that will allow new signs (including digital signs) in designated “sign districts” which are to be limited to commercial and [...]
The LA City Council unanimously confirmed the Mayor’s appointment of Grayce Liu as the next permanent general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment on Friday. Grayce Liu was made interim general manager in August of last year after former GM BongHwan Kim left to take a position in San Diego. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa nominated [...]