Many thanks to all the volunteers that came out this past weekend in support of Operation Clean Sweep. You not only met the challenge of cleaning up the debris between Devonshire and Blackhawk Streets but you extended our reach up to Germaine where the Incredible Hulk (a.k.a Craig Michayluk), Constant …Read More »
Northridge West Neigborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 14
To All Stakeholders of Northridge: You are all invited this Saturday 10/2/10 (7AM to 10AM) to join in the trend setting efforts of the Northridge West Neighborhood Councils sponsored Operation Clean Sweep along the East side of Tampa Avenue from Devonshire to Blackhawk Streets. Saturday’s operations will compliment the last 13 week’s of spoofing operations as we march …Read More »
Results of NWNC Sept. 18, 2010 Clean Up Week 12 on Tampa Ave.
To all Northridge Stakeholders: Amazing!!! That’s the only way I can describe Saturday’s 9/18/10 Clean Sweep Operation along Tampa Avenue. The entire length of Tampa (East side) from Lassen to Superior Streets were cut, trimmed, swept and blown clean. The Hornets nest at the corner of Tampa & Superior Streets was completely …Read More »
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 …Read More »
DONE’s General Manager Bong Hwan Kim Steps Down
The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment will be merged with the Community Development Department (CDD). Mr. Kim has resigned as the General Manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE) for the City of Los Angeles. BongHwan (BH) Kim has been actively involved in advancing social, political and economic development in …Read More »
On anniversary of Northridge quake, kinship felt toward Haiti
By Kevin Modesti, Staff Writer NORTHRIDGE – It was 3,000 miles away and far more destructive than anything they’ve been through, but the Haiti earthquake hit close to home for long-time residents of the quake-prone San Fernando Valley. For Bobbie Koszdin of Northridge, the televised scenes from Haiti are shaking …Read More »