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Northridge West Neighborhood Council Has Three Open Seats

NWNC will have three open seats now with one for At-Large seat, one for NWNC Board for Renter (Resident) in NWNC boundaries and one open seat for a Senior minimum age 62 and living in NWNC boundaries. If interested send e-mail to John Mah at *protected email* and copy to Tom Johnson at *protected email* then put on …

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Los Angeles County Declared Disaster Area

Six Southland counties were named disaster areas following damaging floods. Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom today declared a state of emergency in Los Angeles and five other California counties because of damage from last weekend’s rainstorms. In the declaration, Newsom wrote that the storms caused flash flooding and mudslides that damaged …

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Los Angeles Cuts Water Use by 13% in One Year; Exceeds Mayor Garcetti’s Challenge

Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced that Los Angeles has met and surpassed his first benchmark goal of 10 percent water reduction by July 1, 2015. The City has rallied in response to the historic drought and has achieved a significant milestone in Mayor Garcetti’s water reduction plan as outlined by …

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Tonight’s Guest Speaker will be LAPD Senior Lead Officer Janine Angeles

Northridge West Neighborhood Council General Board Meeting Tuesday July 14, 2015 6:30PM to 8:30PM Calahan Elementary School in the Library 18722 Knapp Street, Northridge, CA 91324 Guest Speaker will be LAPD Senior Lead Officer Janine Angeles providing useful information on Preventing Vandalism, Home Invasions, and pulling getting together as a community …

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Be Ready for Summer Heat Waves

Temperatures reached over 100 degrees in the San Fernando Valley last week before cooling off. More heat waves will come this summer, so be ready! During extreme heat, the City opens up hundreds of facilities to be utilized as cooling centers, including Senior Citizen Centers, most Recreation and Parks facilities, …

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Rebates Ending for Ripping Out Lawn

The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California announced today it will stop accepting rebate applications this week. With demand soaring due to the ongoing drought, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California announced today it will stop accepting rebate applications this week from people who rip out turf lawns in …

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Breaking The Cycle Dealing With Domestic Violence

Hello Devonshire Community, I want to inform you about a growing concern in our community regarding Domestic Violence. Devonshire Division is experiencing a 62% increase in Aggravated Assaults, which includes Domestic Violence, Road Rage incidents, Battery, and Assault with a Deadly Weapon, just to name a few. Most of these …

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San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission opens new 90-bed shelter in Northridge

The San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission unveiled its new two-story shelter — which will include 30 beds for a short-term emergency shelter — to the community Monday with dignitaries’ speeches, tours and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 16,000-square-foot shelter, located at 8756 Canby Ave., triples the Rescue Mission’s capacity from 30 …

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Local Public Pools Open for the Summer

The summer swimming season is here and L.A.’s public pools open in June and remain open through Labor Day! Please visit the links below to find out more information on hours and activities at LA City Pools. Our public pools are a wonderful resource, offering kids and adults in the …

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