GM’s Message 10.21.16

I hope our newsletter finds you well. I’m so excited that Mayor Eric Garcetti, First Lady Amy Elaine Wakeland and the Getty House Foundation Board of Directors are focusing on “Women Who Lead Our Neighborhood Councils” for their Women’s Leadership Series program next week. We have over 40% of the board seats in the Neighborhood [...]

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Mayor’s Message

LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti today joined Metro and community stakeholders in Little Tokyo for the ceremonial naming and lowering of the tunnel boring machine (TBM) that will dig twin 1.1-mile underground rail tunnels under downtown Los Angeles for the Regional Connector Transit Project. Excavation work is expected to begin in January. The $1.55 [...]

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Los Angeles residents are wanted to discuss race, ethnicity and diversity through a program called embRACE LA. LA leaders kicked off the program Thursday at City Hall, where councilmen Herb Wesson and Mitch O’Farrell touted the importance of the effort, which aims to foster stronger race relations by engaging residents across the city through dialogue [...]

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LA Parks Survey

Our parks are important to our communities. This questionnaire is a great opportunity to let the City of Los Angeles know your thoughts about our parks. What is working? What needs improvement? What’s missing? What would you love to see more of in your community park? Your feedback is valuable. It will be part of [...]

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UPDATE – Upcoming City Council Committee Hearings on Cannabis/Marijuana

The City Council is in the beginning stages of an open and public conversation about how best to regulate all aspects of the marijuana, or cannabis, industry within the City of Los Angeles. It also marks another important opportunity for the Neighborhood Councils to be fully engaged in the City’s legislative process and truly have [...]

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Early Vote Town Hall

LOS ANGELES, CA – On Thursday, October 20, 2016, the Korean Resource Center (KRC) hosted an Early Vote Town Hall at Trinity Central Lutheran Church in Koreatown for over 200 Korean speaking senior citizens and other new immigrant voters to navigate the voting process, understand ballot initiatives and candidates, and provide assistance with completing vote-by-mail [...]

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Be Part of L.A.’s Clean Energy Future

Participate in one of LADWP's 2016 Integrated Resources Plan workshops to help chart the course for the City's power supply over the next 20 years. Your input can help LADWP transform Los Angeles into a healthier, cleaner, more sustainable City. Please RSVP for one of the following workshops or live webcast. Workshop and Live Webcast: [...]

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Woman with Alzheimer’s Missing since 10/15

Police and family members are asking the public to help find a 55-year-old woman with Alzheimer’s disease who went missing during a visit to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Nancy Paulikas was last seen exiting the restroom at LACMA about 3 p.m. Saturday. She appeared to walk toward a museum exhibit, but then [...]

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Vision Zero Los Angeles Releases RFQ for Community-Based Organizations

LOS ANGELES, CA (October 18th, 2016) –
 The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) has received approximately $250,000 in funding from the California Office of Transportation Safety (OTS) to contract directly with community based organizations to implement innovative, creative and engaging, site-specific interventions, outreach, and education along 10 specific corridors suffering from some of the [...]

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Beyond Neighborhood Councils plus Live Stream

You are cordially invited to “Beyond Neighborhood Councils – How to Run for Higher Office, Get Appointed to a City Commission, or Find a Job with the City”. Featured speakers include Board of Public Works Commissioner Kevin James, Board of Neighborhood Commissioner Len Shaffer, Department of Water & Power Commissioner Jill Banks Barad, and representatives from [...]

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