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Neighborhood Council Elections

The Neighborhood Council elections are off and running with four Valley regions having held their meetings. Each region is being supported by experienced Independent Election Administrators. All four regions have decided on their shared election dates. An exciting outreach event for candidates, titled “Rally in the Valley” will be held …

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Reserve Animal Control Officer (RACO) Program

Are you interested in trying something different? The RACO Program welcomes volunteers to become Reserve Animal Control Officers serving in the same capacity as our Animal Control Officers. The program requires a commitment of 16 hours of volunteer service each month at any one of our six Animal Care Centers …

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Daily News Editorial: Neighborhood Councils Need You

From the Los Angeles Daily News, June 7, 2012. Tuesday’s primary election dumped scores of political hopefuls from the the state’s ballots. From Arcata to Arleta and San Francisco to Signal Hill, candidates for various legislative offices found their campaigns over when they did not place in the top two …

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LADWP Reminds Customers to Conserve Water

Reduced Snowpack & Increased Water Use Call for Increased Conservation The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) today reminds customers that Mandatory Water Conservation remains in effect and urges customers to increase their water conservation efforts where possible.  Overall, water conservation in Los Angeles has been remarkable over …

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LAPD Crime Mapping

Get up-to-date crime statistics for neighborhoods throughout Los Angeles. Being informed about crime in your community is the first step in preventing future occurrences. www.crimemapping.com The Los Angeles Police Department will directly feed its crime data to the Omega Group to ensure that each crime is reported accurately on the …

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Granada Hills Charter Captures Back-to-Back National Academic Decathlon Titles!

Granada Hills Charter High School students are back-to-back National Academic Decathlon champions. Preliminary results show that the Granada Hills Charter team has broken many records at the national competition, including the highest ever point total for a school in the history of the National Academic Decathlon competition. The second consecutive …

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Elections Are Coming

Election time is fast approaching for the Northridge West Neighborhood Council. There are 9 Board positions open, one of which is a Renter. We would love for stakeholders and community members to inquire and consider running for a position on the Board. The NWNC looks forward to those interested in …

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Mayor Proposes Complete Overhaul of the Los Angeles Zoning Code

The Mayor and the City Planning Department have proposed a five-year project to completely rewrite the Los Angeles Zoning Code. It would throw out all of the existing fixed zones and replace them with “dynamic” zones. There would be considerably less control exercised over height, density, interior building space and …

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