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Place Palm Fronds and Tree Branches Next to Green Bin

The Bureau of Sanitation is urging L.A. residents to place palm fronds and tree branches that have blown down in the recent heavy winds next to the green bins to be picked up. If palm fronds and branches are placed next to the green used for residential yard trimmings on …

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Share Your Ideas With the City – They Are Listening

From LA City Planning… Do you have an idea – large or small – that could help transform the way Angeleno’s travel in and around the community? The City of Los Angeles is listening. Visit http://ideas.LA2B.org to share your ideas! The City of Los Angeles is proud to announce the …

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NC Election Alternatives Survey for Stakeholders

The City Clerk was not provided funds in the City’s 2011-2012 Budget to conduct the 2012 Neighborhood Council (NC) Elections, and NC Elections as administered by the City Clerk were postponed until 2014. The City Clerk was instructed by the City Council to perform a study on alternative methods for …

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Putting Teeth into the City’s Barking Dog Ordinance

This week the City Council changed the City’s ordinance regulating nuisance dogs, establishing a new hearing procedure and fine structure. Before, a citation could only be issued for licensed dogs because the citation was attached to the license. The owner first had to be forced to get a license. Under …

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LADWP Continues Public Outreach on Utility Rates Process

New Online Survey, Webinars for Business and Residential Customers and Additional Public Meetings to be Held This Month as LADWP 2011 Rates Customer Outreach Continues Customers, stakeholders and members of the general public will have additional opportunities to learn more and weigh in on future water and power rates at the …

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Solar Power in Los Angeles: Change in the Schedule for the LADWP Solar Programs-More Workshops Offered

Solar Power in Los Angeles: Change In Public Meeting Due to Demand LADWP Offers More Meeting Opportunities To Attend a Workshop on LADWP Solar Programs Due to demand and the desire of the LADWP to be able to share program information and respond to all inquiries and questions regarding its proposed solar …

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First Draft of Redistricting Maps Are Now Available for View

With four 14-0 votes, the California Citizens Redistricting Commission has released its first round of draft maps for Congressional, State Assembly, State Senate and Board of Equalization districts. The Commission is now soliciting public comment on the draft districts.  We encourage stakeholders of the Northridge West Neighborhood Council and of …

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100 Scholarships for Summer Camp

Performing Arts Workshops, VOTED 2010’s BEST SUMMER CAMP in LA PARENT MAGAZINE, is pleased to announce that through a generous donation, twenty scholarships at each of our Summer Camp locations are now available. These special scholarships have been made available for us to give as a matching fund.  The donor, …

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Website Informs Public of Redistricting Process

The Boundary Review Committee for Los Angeles County has launched a website where residents can participate in the reapportionment of supervisorial districts. The website, redistricting.lacounty.gov, informs residents about the reapportionment process and allows them to express their views. It also includes background information on the Boundary Review Committee, which will …

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Take the Los Angeles Budget Survey Challenge

Los Angeles is currently planning its 2011-12 budget and this year may be the most challenging ever for the city’s finances. The city needs and wants your input, so Mayor Villaraigosa invites you to take the Los Angeles Budget Challenge, which launched January 27th, 2011. The Los Angeles Budget Challenge …

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