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Sign honoring Veterans

The next Northridge West Neighborhood Council general board meeting will be a holiday mixer for the community. It will be held on December 11th. Please join us for some holiday cheer and complimentary food and refreshments. 

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Northridge West Neighborhood Council Updates

Topics discussed at the October 2018 council meeting include a coyote trap-and-release program proposal to the city by City Councilman Mitchell Englander, the Los Angeles Community Plan updates, the 50-acre Bloom Park groundbreaking in Porter Ranch, and the new 148 room boutique hotel in the works at CSUN, at the corner of Zelzah and Nordhoff.

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LAPD Chief Moore Speaks to Northridge

“We’re trying to build trust externally [with the community],” said Moore, "...Partly, it’s listening. Partly, it’s giving people a voice — and feeling that they have a say."

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NWNC Impacts Your Community

The LA Department of Public Works has been repaving Harnett Street in Northridge through our request with Councilmember Englander's Office.

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Its Been My Privilege to Serve NWNC

I am stepping down as NWNC President and am placing the council in the capable hands of Pamela Bolin, a long-time board member. For the last two years, I’ve had the privilege of serving as President of Northridge West Neighborhood Council, and I’m grateful for the opportunity that you’ve given me.

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Median Topiary Permits Pending

On April 10 the City Landscape Architecture Department approved our design and location for placement of 3 Topiary horses on the first median South of the 118 Freeway. It remains to be seen if there will be any additional hurdles before we receive permits from the Bureau of Public Works Engineering Department and work can actually be started.

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