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Northridge West Neigborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 7

A Special Thank you goes out to all the volunteers and Stakeholders that came out in support of Saturday’s Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Avenue. With all your help and support we were able to reach Lassen Street as we work towards achieving our milestone of reaching the …

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City Council Strengthens Neighborhood Council Department

The City Council unanimously approved a motion (.pdf) today to add five positions to the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, which oversees the city’s 91 neighborhood councils. This is a budget-neutral move, transferring $1.3 million from the Community Development Department to ensure DONE can continue its important work as a stand-alone …

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Northridge Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa – August 7, 2010

To all Northridge Stakeholders: Fantastic job to all the volunteers that came out for Saturday’s Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Blvd. This weekend’s operation was our largest event with the greatest challenges to date with weeds the size of small tree stumps. With all your help and support …

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Northridge West Neigborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 6

To All Stakeholders of Northridge: You are invited this Saturday 8/7/10 to volunteer your time and energy in helping us continue our efforts of Operation Clean Sweep along the west side of Tampa Blvd from approximately Romar to Lassen Street. We will be hitting the ground at 7AM and wrapping up at 11AM. With your …

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Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep 7/31/10‏‏

To all Northridge Stakeholders: Excellent job to all the volunteers that came out for Saturday’s Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Blvd. With all your help and support we are on our way to achieving our milestone of reaching the Northridge Mall located on Plummer St by August 29, 2010. At which time …

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Thank You for Another Week of Volunteer Street Cleaning!

To all Stakeholders: Fantastic! That’s the only way to describe Saturday’s Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Blvd. I would like to thank Jo Ann Phillips, Juative Spurlock, Glen Wilson, Terri Grossmen, Andrea Alvarado, the Johnson Sisters, Dennis DeYoung, Chris Williams with Remax Realty, Bruce Russell with Pinnacle Estate and a special thanks to Martha Wilson …

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Board of Water and Power Commissioners Approve Revised Changes to City Water Conservation Ordinance

Watering Days to be Based on Street Address, Rebates Increased, and Phases of Ordinance Simplified The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Board of Water and Power Commissioners today approved a revised proposal to change the City of Los Angeles’ Water Conservation Ordinance.  The proposed changes, which were approved by the Board …

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You Can Help Fight Against Unhitched Trailer Blight

Councilman Greig Smith’s office has been working on solutions to the blight of trailers with large advertisements parked on city streets. Recently the City Council passed a resolution supporting Assembly Bill 2756, introduced by Assemblymembers Feuer and Blumenfield. The bill would ban these mobile billboards in the state of California, …

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Go511.com – Customized Traffic Reports Now Available by Phone, on Internet

A new phone and internet service to help travelers navigate the confusing and congested maze known as Southern California has debuted. Unlike sites such as Sigalert.com and Traffic.com, or good old drive time radio traffic dispatches, the new Go511.com and 511 toll-free phone service offers freeway traffic reports augmented with …

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Manager’s Position Re-Instated in Neighborhood Council System

Reprinted from the Beverly Press. The Los Angeles City Council re-created the position of general manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE), which oversees the city’s neighborhood councils. Bong Hwan Kim had resigned as general manager of the department following Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s announcement that he intended to merge …

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