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Spring Meeting in Beachwood Canyon – April 26th at 7 p.m.

Thursday, April 26th at 7 p.m.   Cheremoya School Auditorium 6017 Franklin Ave  (Enter parking lot through gate on Cheremoya  just north of Franklin)    DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Guest Speakers: Michael Schlenker, LAFD Operations West Bureau Communication Leader Kd6bac@gmail.com   Jeff Edelstein, SOS Survival Products jeff@sosproducts.com This meeting will begin with updates from our new Senior Lead Officer, Heather Seieroe  40988@lapd.online ALL are welcome so feel free to forward this to your friends and family.

Skid Row – Coming Soon to Hollywood

pic.twitter.com/InAm7ToulW — Lia In LA (@LiaInLA) March 11, 2018 This short video was put together some time ago by Lia and I do believe that this is what we are witnessing here in Hollywood on Gower and on Argyle. However, the tents are popping up on various other streets outside the Business Improvement District.

Local Neighborhood Meeting, Jan 18 at 7 p.m.

YOUR VOICE IS NEEDED! It’s the start of a new year and we have much to do! What concerns you right now about living in Beachwood Canyon? Is it crime, safety, or the condition of the roads? Is there a plan for evacuation in case of fire or other disasters? How organized and prepared are we for a natural disaster? This starts right here with us on the ground level – organizing to make our area better and strengthen our

Safety Meeting – Monday August 7 at 8 p.m.

In a response to local concerns over mail theft and home burglaries, this meeting will cover what one resource can do to help gather footage of the culprits. Neighbor, Michael Yanovich and Ring.com representative Carley Platt will be sponsoring this meeting. LAPD Senior Lead Officers have been invited. Location of meeting is 2751 Westshire Dr just 5 houses up from the Village. Alex Papalexis of the Beachwood Market has graciously agreed to allow parking for this event in his market

Help Keep the Hollyridge Trailhead Open!

We Want Open Access  to Griffith Park Trails for Everyone!   Saturday April 15th at 12 Noon  Join us at the top of Beachwood    The City has announced April 18th it will close the Griffith Park access trailhead at the top of Beachwood Drive and divert Griffith Park hikers and tourists away from Beachwood Canyon over to Bronson Canyon and Vermont Canyon. How did this happen? On March 13th, we all learned of the City’s decision to close access to the Hollyridge

Coalition to Preserve LA Praises Conservationists

They Stopped Gov. Brown from Wiping Out Environmental Protections Under CEQA Brown’s attack on CEQA is dead The Coalition to Preserve LA applauds the Sierra Club, the Planning and Conservation League and scores of groups who fought and today stopped Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to gut CEQA and Coastal Act environmental protections for virtually any urban project where developers agreed to add an insignificant number of affordable housing units. In June, we urged our supporters, and those who believe developers

Help Save The Villa Carlotta!

You don’t have to do much but what you do can preserve our neighborhood. A hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, July 27th at City Hall in Room 1020. It would be great if you could attend and voice your protest to the development of an apartment building into a hotel. What’s happening all over Hollywood, the eviction of tenants in rent control apartments and conversion into a hotel allowing a steady stream of non-interested strangers throughout our community! They are

Spring Meeting – Thursday, April 21st at 6:30 p.m.

We will meet at 6:30 p.m. in the Library of the Cheremoya School. Please enjoy the ample parking and good neighborly conversation. The City Council office will have reps there to answer any of your questions. We will also have the Senior Lead Officer, Manny Sanchez in attendance to give the local crime report. In addition to addressing crime and other issues. We will be considering some minor changes to our bylaws and addressing some parking issues.   Your attendance

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