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Wonder View Trail Upgrade Plan Would Improve Access To Wisdom Tree by Chris Lindahl, Patch Staff

HOLLYWOOD, CA — Jutting out of one of Griffith Park’s highest peaks stands the Wisdom Tree, a legendary lone pine that serves as a landmark for hikers seeking spectacular views of the city. And Just like any good attraction in Los Angeles, the Wisdom Tree can cause traffic headaches.   A portion of the most popular route to ascend Burbank Peak to the tree, Wonder View Trail, isn’t much of a trail it all — after parking on Mount Hollywood

Aerial Tram Proposal Lacking Support

There is a study being conducted to see how the public would feel about having a tram created that would offer tourists and others to be taken to a viewing platform at the top of Deronda Dr so they can take a photo of the Hollywood Sign. The stated rationale is the assumption that this tram or these gondolas will cause fewer tourists to drive up into Beachwood to get a photo of the sign. The tram will have a

Summer 2019 Meeting June 20, 2019 at 7 p.m.

Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 7 p.m. at Cheremoya School Wildlife Expert, Gregory Randall will be our keynote speaker presenting information on our wildlife. This promises to be a very fascinating presentation with a Q & A at the end.   Also, meet our new CD 4 Deputy, Rachel Fox. She will be replacing Shannon Prior who is going to focus her educational aspirations. We wish her good fortune and thank her for all the great work. The neighborhood prosecutor,

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

Election Results and Annual Meeting Report

The Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association met in the library at Cheremoya School on February 25, 2016. Catherine Landers from Councilmember Ryu’s office was there and answered questions for neighbors. Election Results:   Missy Kelly, Thomas Chorley (new board member), Larry Markes, and Isabelle Megginson (new board member)      We plan to conduct outreach in front of the Beachwood Market this spring. We will publish the dates and times so you can come and visit with your new Beachwood Canyon Board of