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March 3, 2012
CD12 Office Has Relocated

Councilman Mitchell Englander's staff is consolidating their Northridge and Chatsworth offices into a single location in Chatsworth. The new District Office address is: 9207 Oakdale Ave. Chatsworth, CA 91311 The new office will be more centrally located in our District. In addition to housing their District operations, staff offices, constituent services and meetings, the new office will […]

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February 24, 2012
Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE)'s New Contact Info

Thank you very much for your patience as we get settled in our new offices at City Hall. We are still waiting for our servers to go live again so we apologize for the inconvenience of the website being down and for our inability to access Neighborhood Council files currently. Our staff have limited access […]

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February 22, 2012
Mayor's Budget Survey - Deadline extended for one more week! (Closes February 27)

Want to tell the mayor how the city's money should be spent?  Click here for a brief video created by Neighborhood Council members about the importance of the Mayor's Budget Survey.  The deadline is quickly approaching; the last day for participate in the budget survey is Monday, February 27th. The link to the Mayor's 2012 […]

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February 17, 2012
Regional Budget Day with Mayor Villaraigosa - March 10

BUDGET SURVEY RESULTS are being presented...and lots more. All LA stakeholders invited. Two Deputy Mayor's are attending. Event runs from 8:30 am - Noon. Please RSVP to joseph.hari@lacity.org or call 310-479-3823.

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February 17, 2012
LAUSD Re-Districting Maps Released For Public Input

February 21st is the only LAUSD Re-Districting Community Meeting to be held in the San Fernando Valley (Covered by Districts 3 and 6). Tuesday, February 21, 2012, 6pm Sepulveda Middle School Auditorium (Evans Hall) 15330 Plummer St. North Hills, CA 91343 Click here for the LAUSD district maps that are approved for the public's input. […]

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February 1, 2012
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 you to contribute information about […]

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January 27, 2012
Community Budget Survey

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 The survey link is live. Please take now. A hard copy of the survey can be found at www.lacity.org. Once on […]

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January 18, 2012
What recyclable items should go in your Blue Bin?

What recyclable items should go in your Blue Bin?

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January 18, 2012
Share Your Fruit

Many of us have fruit trees and use or distribute only a small portion of the fruit to our friends and families. Here’s an idea that will help you and many others at the same time: FOOD FORWARD is an all-volunteer grassroots group of Los Angeles residents who care about reconnecting to our food system […]

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January 18, 2012
FREE Tote Bag | Take the LA Stormwater Survey!

The City of Los Angeles Stormwater Program is conducting a customer satisfaction survey and they need your input! VISIT www.LAstormwater.org/survey TAKE the five minute survey and give us your thoughts about the program – what they are doing well and where they need to improve. Get FREE Stuff! Every person who takes the survey will […]

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January 18, 2012
Report Air Quality Problems to (800) CUT-SMOG

Some residents in Granada Hills have reported foul odors coming from the area around Sunshine Canyon Landfill. In response, we contacted the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD), and they have sent an inspector to the landfill to investigate the odors and measure air quality. Anyone who wants to report foul odors or other […]

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January 18, 2012
Good News Re: the Odor Nuisance at Sunshine Canyon Landfill

For those of you who have been experiencing odors from the Sunshine Canyon Landfill over this past year and who have been expressing a lot of frustration as to why it has taken so long to correct this situation, this letter is for you. As a result of the complaints there were a series of […]

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January 18, 2012
A Brief Explanation about the Sunshine Canyon Dump Odors

Several of our stakeholders have been reporting increasing odors from the dump. This explanation was written by Wayde Hunter, GHNNC's Sunshine Canyon Landfill expert, in an attempt to explain to you why the odors are getting worse, and what you can do to help stop them. Many years ago when BFI was the sole owner […]

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January 18, 2012
Interested in Participating on the GHNNC Board?

We are actively looking for candidates interested in serving on our board for the following positions: Small Business and Worker District 2 Parks Representative Information on the positions can be found on our website, or people interested can e-mail the President, Kim Thompson at kthompson@ghnnc.org.  The first step is filling out a stakeholder verification form, […]

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January 18, 2012
Updated Photos of the Oakridge Estate Mansion

Representatives from the Oakridge Estate, located in Northridge, will be joining us at a future Board Meeting to give a presentation.

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January 18, 2012
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January 18, 2012
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 regular trash collection days, they […]

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January 12, 2012
LAPD Warns Granada Hills Seniors About Telephone Scam

The Los Angeles Police Department is warning seniors who live in the Granada Hills area about a telephone scam. They say some residents are being asked to wire money to callers who claim to be their grandchildren. Callers usually ask for bail money or financial help to return home from a foreign country. They are […]

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January 12, 2012
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 the new code, Animal Control […]

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January 12, 2012
City Council Approves Temporary Transfer of NC Elections from City Clerk to Dept. of Neighborhood Empowerment

The City Council took action in support of Councilman Krekorian's recommendation that NC elections not be postponed until 2014, but be available in Fiscal Year 2012-13. The next step will be deciding how to pay for it. The Department was asked to report back to Council on a plan to administer elections along with a […]

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