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Granada Hills Charter High Sets Academic Decathlon Record

For the fourth time in five years, Granada Hills Charter High School has won the Los Angeles Unified School District Academic Decathlon. Granada Hills Charter High School scored a competition- record 59,167.1 points out of a possible 65,400 to win the Los Angeles Unified School District Academic Decathlon for the …

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Hundreds Attend the “Resilience By Design” Community Meeting

Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilman Mitchell Englander, and US Geological Survey seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones hosted a community meeting to provide residents the opportunity to learn more about “Resilience by Design,” Mayor Garcetti’s plan to improve our City’s infrastructure and ensure public safety and preparedness in the event of an earthquake …

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Maintaining a Reduced Business Tax for Internet Businesses

This week, Council District 12 Councilmember Mitchell Englander voted to support a comprehensive analysis of the impact and effectiveness of Ordinance #181127, which temporarily reduced the internet-based business tax rate. In March of 2010, the City Council and Mayor approved Ordinance #181127 (CF 09-1914) to reduce business tax rates for internet-based …

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Limiting Mansionization throughout the City of Los Angeles

On Tuesday, the City Council’s Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee heard a Planning Department report on the City’s Baseline Mansionization Ordinance (BMO) and the Department’s Neighborhood Conservation Initiative. While the Planning Department begins work to close loopholes in the BMO and develop additional neighborhood conservation tools, the report …

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Get involved! Join the Northridge West Neighborhood Council

The Northridge West Neighborhood Council has 4 open seats: Homeowner 1 At large 2 Senior 3 At Large 3 This is an opportunity to serve your community and to take action on all the things that have bugged you. Perhaps you have concerns about the sidewalks, streets, curbs, crime. locked gates on public access …

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Los Angeles Police Commission – Chief of Police Reappointment Process – Request for Community Input

Chief Charlie Beck has submitted a request to be considered for second five-year term. The Los Angeles Police Commission now has the responsibility to respond to that request, either positively or negatively, by August 20, 2014. You are invited to participate in the reappointment process by providing your input to …

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