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Week 13 Operation Clean Sweep Recap & Looking Forward to this Weekend

To all Northridge Stakeholders:

Great Job to the volunteers of Operation Clean Sweep this past weekend! You demonstrate that when the heat is on you are there ready, willing, and determined to meet the challenge of making Northridge a Cleaner and Greener community to live and work in. This weekend’s operations complete another step in our goal of cleaning up Tampa Avenue from 118 Freeway to Plummer Streets.

A special thank you to Sumiko Mukasa, Ron (a.k.a Paul Bunion) & Marlene Wengler, Gerry Malais, Dick Rippey, Craig Michayluk, Juativa & Warren (Alias Mike) Spurlock, Martha, Glen, Robert Wilson, Chris & Allen Williams and the Johnson Sisters.

With your help we are meeting the challenge to push back the blighted streets of Northridge by demonstrating that volunteering time and energy builds a close knit of neighbors committed to a cleaner and greener community that we all can be proud of.

Tom Johnson
President
Northridge West Neighborhood CouncilPS: Next Saturday’s (October 2, 2010) Clean Sweep Operation along Tampa Avenue will be followed up by a free Earthquake Preparedness Fair and luncheon (Honorary Chef’s Dennis DeYoung and Mitch Englander will be battling it out for bragging rights to Who is the Best Chef west of the 405 Freeway) sponsored by Northridge West, Northridge East, Porter Ranch, Granada Hills North, Granada Hills South, Lake Balboa, and Chatsworth Neighborhood Councils along with Councilmen Greig Smith. This event along with the Rotary Club of Granada Hills Blood Drive and Health Expo are joint community events intended to help bring awareness to being better prepared for emergencies and disasters. TJ

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