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Northridge West Neigborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 19 Plan – 7AM Start

To all Northridge Stakeholders: You are all invited this Saturday 11/6/10 (7AM to 11:30AM) 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 Chatsworth to Nashville and then the 118 Freeway. Saturday’s operations will be complimented again by the parents and students from …

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Northridge West Neigborhood Council Operation Clean Sweep – Week 18‏ Results

To all Northridge Stakeholders: Fantastic! The only word to describe the overwhelming turn out of volunteers that showed up for Saturday’s Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Avenue & Chatsworth Streets. The parents and students of Beckford Elementary School along with our dedicated volunteers turned out in force and swept the …

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Northridge Clean Sweep Week 17 Recap and Looking Ahead to Week 18

To all Northridge Stakeholders: Awesome turn out and a great big thank you to all the volunteers that came out this past weekend in support of Operation Clean Sweep in spite of the early rain. What started out as a 2 man operation showered with sprinkles of rain rapidly exploded …

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Week 8 Recap: Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa — August 21, 2010

To all Northridge Stakeholders: Excellent job to all the volunteers that came out for Saturday’s Northridge West Operation Clean Sweep along Tampa Avenue. This weekend’s operation was challenging given the heat and hard work involved to reach Superior Street in our march to Plummer Street.I would like to thank Martha, Glen and Robert Wilson, Teri Grossmen, Jo Ann Phillips, Michelle …

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City Council Strengthens Neighborhood Council Department

The City Council unanimously approved a motion (.pdf) today to add five positions to the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, which oversees the city’s 91 neighborhood councils. This is a budget-neutral move, transferring $1.3 million from the Community Development Department to ensure DONE can continue its important work as a stand-alone …

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