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It’s Raining Sculpture

At our October 13 meeting we heard a presentation by Roger Dolin and Marylee Camacho who are part of the Public Art Initiative at the Museum of the San Fernando Valley. They described the possibilities of a project installation on our Tampa Medians, called "It's Raining Sculpture".

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Clean Sweep Clears Debris on Drains

Thank you to Enrique of City Sanitation – Ken’s crew was back in action again Thursday, October 22, 2015 wasting no time efficiently and expeditiously removing piles of debris we collected along Devonshire Street. With you and your Departments help our Phenomenal Beautification crews are now able to clean blocks …

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Oakridge Tour Sells Out in 40 Minutes

The Oakridge Estate, historic home of Barbara Stanwyck, is one of the hidden treasures in our area of Northridge. The Friends of Oakridge are working towards restoring it and making it more available for public use. Meantime they periodically offer tours where you stroll and explore this great estate. If …

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August 15, 2015 Northridge West Cleanup

Under the scorching sun and high temps the glorious and wonderful individuals of Kiwanis Club of Northridge, the Angels of Northridge Christian Church along with Northridge West Neighborhood Council racked up 106 bags of debris along Chatsworth Street west of Wilbur and along Wilbur Street North and South of Chatsworth Street.

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Northridge West Neighborhood Council Has Three Open Seats

NWNC will have three open seats now with one for At-Large seat, one for NWNC Board for Renter (Resident) in NWNC boundaries and one open seat for a Senior minimum age 62 and living in NWNC boundaries. If interested send e-mail to John Mah at *protected email* and copy to Tom Johnson at *protected email* then put on …

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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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