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Northridge West Neighborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 38

To all Northridge Stakeholders:

You are all invited this Saturday 4/2/11 (7AM to 10AM) to join Northridge West Neighborhood Councils sponsored Operation Clean Sweep along the North side of Plummer Street east of Corbin to Shirley Street in Northridge.

This week’s goal will be to continue the clean up along the north side of Plummer Street across from the old K-Mart store. We are re-visiting this area because last weekend we were unable to complete the cleansing because it has been seriously neglected for some time.

So grab a friend, neighbor, girlfriend, boyfriend, football buddy or better yet grab a stranger and join us @ Plummer and Shirley Streets in Northridge to continue the trend of making Northridge shine. Be original – Come join us as we build our team of dedicated volunteers committed to having fun, meeting new people and making Northridge a cleaner, greener and safer community to live, learn, work and play. Parking will be on Shirley Street along the north side of Plummer Street across the street from Western Bagels. We will be starting around 7AM and meeting on the north-west corner of Plummer& Shirley Streets to review the work plan under the new NWNC big top tent while sipping hot chocolate & coffee, over fresh baked donuts and bagels. Please contact me if you have any questions or need directions.

Don’t forget our Mid-Week Clean-Up Efforts in Northridge…
To learn more or to sign up, contact Jo Ann Philips at (818) 304-4989
or

With your help we are uniting a community while stamping out unsightly areas within our neighborhoods. So come join us as we continue to clean up and make Northridge shine. Thank you for your help in keeping Los Angeles and America beautiful!

Tom Johnson
President
Northridge West Neighborhood Council

PS: For those of you that did not watch Channel 7 News last night here is a web site for reporting nuisance homes in your neighborhood. http://dpw.lacounty.gov/bsd/prcesec/index.cfm

Also on Saturday, April 9 from 8:30am to 11:00am Middle-school student Sam Dobry and several of his friends as well as community leaders and volunteers, will be meeting for a clean-up project in Limekiln Canyon. Volunteers will meet up at the Korean Church at 19514 Rinaldi St. in Porter Ranch at 8:30am For more information, call (818) 756-8501

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