Pictures of Saturday Night Lights at Delano Park by VNNC Board Member Maria Skelton featuring Sandy Logan of National Council of Alcoholism & Drug Dependency (NCADD), Senior Lead Officer John Bailey (with his partner) and Valerie de la Rose of Pride Collision Center.
Valley Residents – FREE WORKSHOP
TOOLS TO BETTER YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
The Valley is the next location for our hugely popular free workshops on how to fight bad development in your neighborhood!
WHEN: Sunday, July 30, 2017
TIME: 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
WHERE: Balboa Sport Center, 17015 Burbank Blvd., Encino, CA 91316
Directions via Google Maps Facility phone (818) 756-9642
WHAT: FREE WORKSHOP BY LAND-USE ATTORNEY MITCH TSAI ON HOW TO:
- GET VITAL DOCUMENTS FROM THE CITY USING A CALIFORNIA PUBLIC RECORDS ACT REQUEST
- CHALLENGE A BAD ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT IN YOUR COMMUNITY
Kindly RSVP at:
Light refreshments and cupcakes will be served!
Safe Sidewalks LA
Reconnecting Los Angeles One Sidewalk at a Time
What is the Sidewalk Repair Program?
- The purpose of the Sidewalk Repair Program (proposed Project) is to continue to amend and expand implementation of Safe Sidewalks LA and make City pedestrian facilities compliant with applicable accessibility requirements.
- The proposed Project would repair and upgrade sidewalks and curb ramps throughout the City of Los Angeles.
- Street tree removals and replacements, along with utility relocations, may be needed.
- The City may adopt policies and/or ordinances to assist in the administration of the proposed Sidewalk Repair Program and its objectives.
- A Notice of Preparation (NOP) and Initial Study (IS), which describe the proposed Sidewalk Repair Program and the anticipated scope of the EIR, are available for public review and comment at sidewalks.lacity.org/environmental-review-process.
Submit comments: sidewalks.lacity.org/environmental-review-process
“SRP” as the subject. Valid mailing address in the email.
You can mail written comments to:
Environmental Supervisor I
Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering Environmental Management Group
1149 S. Broadway, Suite 600, Mail Stop 939 Los Angeles, CA 90015
ATTEND A PUBLIC SCOPING MEETING:*
Wednesday, August 9, 2017 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Ronald F Deaton Civic Auditorium
100 W 1st St, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Monday, August 14, 2017 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Mid-Valley Senior Citizen Center
8825 Kester Avenue, Panorama City, CA 91402
Thursday, August 24, 2017 | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Westchester Senior Citizen Center
8740 Lincoln Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Free parking at each of the scoping meeting locations.
*All requests for reasonable accommodations must be made three working days in advance of the scheduled meeting date by calling Shilpa Gupta at (213) 485-4560.
Family Preparedness in Uncertain Times
Free immigration seminar! Family Friendly! Taller de immigracion
Quiere desayunar e informarse gratis sobre el proceso migratorio?
Gratis: aproveche a preguntarle a un abogado de immigracion de confienza!
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Free breakfest and parking provided at Mears Auditorium
First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood
1760 N. Gower
Hollywood, CA 90028
RSVP to Rebecca@CHNC.org
LADOT Video: Yellow Zones
LADOT Sergeant Luciano Meza provides the basics for parking in a Yellow Loading Zone. Click here to watch.
National Parks Lifetime Senior Pass Rate Increase Effective 8/27/17
There are over 400 National Parks within the U.S. and visiting them may become more difficult as entry passes become more expensive. As of August 27, 2017, the cost of the National Parks Lifetime Senior Pass (available to seniors 62 and over) will be increased from the current rate of $10.00 to $80.00.
The LIFETIME PASS for seniors allows entry to more than 2,000 sites managed by five federal agencies, including the 400 National Parks in the US. The pass comes in the form of a hang tag.
PLEASE inform all seniors (62 and over) that you may know of this change, so that they can take advantage of the current low price before the increased rate change in August. Seniors can obtain passes through the National Park website, application by mail, or by buying the pass at a National Park location. (If a pass is purchased via website or mail there will be an additional $10.00 processing fee)
Igniting a spark for LAFD
Last weekend the Los Angeles Fire Department hosted its 3rd Girls Camp in hopes of inspiring teen girls to pursue a career with the LAFD. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to participate in the intensive and learn about a day in the life of a Firefighter.
Thanks to Civic Youth Leadership Academy I was informed of this event from guest speaker LAFD Commissioner Rebecca Ninburg. I immediately signed up and was very curious to learn that only 3% of women (100/4,000) are in the LAFD. So this particular program is a vital resource for teen girls from the LA area.Over the weekend, we all dove deep into the various tasks firefighters need to know, such as CPR, Climbing an Ariel Ladder, breaking down a door using forced entry as well as going through an obstacle course blindfolded, covered head to toe in firefighting gear: that’s not even the half of it! The skills we gained in such a short time went beyond just the basics to firefighting. On day one we formed teams and stuck together wherever we went; we got to know one another and share this new and exciting experience together. Collaboration and Communication is what my team “The Dalmatians” achieved. We were surrounded with positivity and encouragement from the female firefighter mentors.
The Los Angeles Fire Department has a very low outcome of Females in the Dept. This is unacceptable. Luckily change is happening right now and more women are becoming firefighters as well as girls getting interested at a young age. When I first attended the LAFD Girls Camp I wasn’t fully interested in becoming an actual firefighter but now I am inspired more than ever to become one and serve back my Community!
The mission of the LAFD Girls Camp is to challenge and empower girls by teaching them the skills it takes to be a hard working firefighter.
Please join me in learning more about LAX’s Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) Project presented by Los Angeles World Airports. You will find out more on the proposed roadway improvements, transportation options, and metro connections at LAX. This presentation will also discuss the planned Airport Metro Connector transit station, as well as the new parking and car rental facilities near the airport.
Thursday, August 3, 2017
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
State Building Auditorium
6150 Van Nuys Blvd.
Van Nuys, CA 91401
*Plenty of street parking*
Please feel free to share this with your contacts. Thank you!
Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian