Welcome to your weekly HHPNC Newsletter, and welcome to summer!
This week we are kicking it off by participating in a very special Vision Zero event, Trees of Life, with Avenue 50 Studio. We are also gearing up to be a part of the awesome annual 4th of July Extravaganza that Councilman Huizar and his staff at CD14 put on every year.
On a more somber, but essential business note, the Rules committee will be meeting this Thursday. The Rules committee goes over our policies, procedures, and bylaws, to make sure the neighborhood council is best serving its purpose and that these policies and rules best facilitate this objective. Stakeholders LIKE YOU are welcome to attend and provide a public comment. Public attendance at meetings is not only your right and a legal requirement that we make available, but I see it more as a privilege and somewhat of a duty to your own participation in our awesome free society. So get on over and check it out! You never know what you might learn or what new friends in the neighborhood you might pick up along the way.
We look forward to seeing you out in the neighborhood soon!
Your HHPNC President
- Statement Regarding Romulo Avelica
- HHPNC Director-At-Large Seat Vacancy
More info & link to application.
- Local Events
- Unpermitted Dwelling Unit Ordinance (UDU) Approved
- New Geothermal Project Helps Create Clean Energy Future for Los Angeles
PURPOSEFUL AGING L.A. – An Age Friendly Initiative for LA.
Launched last year, this initiative aims to committing to a future where the needs of older adults are more carefully considered. Take the survey.
- Mayor Garcetti’s 2017 State of the City address
- Arroyo Seco Library Events Calendar
Provide input on Metro’s budget! Click here for details.
- OPEN HOUSE: Community Invited to Celebrate and Learn about LA Sanitation Environmental Services!
- Concerned about emergencies and disasters? The City of Los Angeles wants to hear from you!
- Dept. of City Planning 2016 Annual Report
- Release of Transit Oriented Communities (TOC) Affordable Housing Incentive Program
- Summer Night Lights Youth Squad Employment Opportunities
- Occidental Children’s Theater registration open for the Summer Institute of Fun
- Free Mulch Program for Gardeners and Homeowners in Historic Highland Park
- City of Los Angeles lays out its Vision Zero Action Plan to Help Eliminate Traffic Deaths by 2025
- Board of Water and Power Commissioners Approves LADWP Bill of Rights
- Budget Advocates’ Surveys
The fourth Budget Advocates Survey is now up on the NCBALA.com website. Click below.
- Highlights from our Power to the Youth Event
- Animal Cruelty Crimes
Los Angeles Animal Services is dedicated to the humane treatment and care of all animals within the City of Los Angeles. Read More
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