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City of Los Angeles Launches MyHistoricLA.org

Do you know of a special place that has architectural, historical, social, or cultural significance in your neighborhood? Visit MyHistoricLA.org to share your ideas! MyHistoricLA.org is a program of SurveyLA, the citywide Los Angeles Historic Resources Survey project (www.surveyla.org). MyHistoricLA.org is a new and innovative public participation tool that allows …

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Mayor’s Budget Survey Now Online

The Mayor’s Office, in collaboration with the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates, is proud to present to you this year’s Mayor’s Community Budget Survey! The link to the Mayor’s 2012 Community Budget Survey is: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/2012LABudgetSurvey This survey link is live. Please take now. A hard copy of the survey can be …

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Crime Prevention Tips from the LAPD…

In response to a series of home burglaries in a very small area of Porter Ranch starting the first week of January, Capt. Kris Pitcher, Commanding Officer of LAPD Devonshire Division offers these crime prevention tips. The burglaries have been occurring on weekdays, between 7:00 am and 4:00 pm. The …

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Christmas Tree Recycling

It’s that time again to recycle your Christmas tree! Before recycling your tree, please remove all decorations, tinsel, and stand. Trees must be cut in half, stands removed, and placed in the green yard trimmings container, or if you are unable to cut in half, place your tree at the …

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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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NWNC Presents Guest Speakers for 1st Quarter of 2012

January 10th, Councilman Englander February 14th, Department of Public Works Bureau of Street Services March 13th, Parks and Recreation and the Oakridge Estates *All Community Members are welcome* If you have any questions please feel free to contact: Juativa Spurlock, VP of Outreach and Communication at *protected email* to leave …

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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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NWNC Operation Clean Sweep this Saturday October 8, 2011

NOTICE THE STARTING TIME IS 7 AM ON THIS SATURDAY October 8, 2011. Saturday from 7 am until about 11 am on the north side of Devonshire Street just west of Tampa Avenue. Park on Blackhawk (just north of Devonshire). Map and Photo below: http://maps.google.com/maps?q=19301+Devonshire+Street,+Ca&hl=en&ll=34.257287,-118.553703&spn=0.007094,0.014677&sll=34.257287,-118.551407&sspn=0.007094,0.014677&vpsrc=0&hnear=19301+Devonshire+St,+Northridge,+California+91324&t=m&z=16Now bringing back occasional Saturday clean …

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