Updated with accurate email address and new Notice of Preparation and Initial Study Please attend this scoping meeting to learn the details and know that officially, the public has only a little while to submit their feelings about this massive project: Public Scoping Meeting Wednesday, September 12, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood Henrietta Mears Center 1760 N. Gower St. Los Angeles, CA 90028 Free parking across La Baig Avenue to the east of the
Tag Archives: emergency response
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 email@example.com This meeting will begin with updates from our new Senior Lead Officer, Heather Seieroe firstname.lastname@example.org ALL are welcome so feel free to forward this to your friends and family.
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
Beachwood Canyon is dry, overgrown and there are many visitors every day on our hiking trails and on all our streets. Most don’t know the rules of the road here – NO smoking in our hillside neighborhoods. We MUST be prepared. L.A. Fire Battalion 5 and fire fighters from Fire Station 82 will be on hand to go over evacuation plans and fire safety for our neighborhood. September 15, 2014 at 7 p.m. at the Beachwood Cafe! Invite as many neighbors
Most who live here are well aware of the congested streets during spring break, in the summer and on most holidays. That seems to have shifted and often it’s crowded with cars and pedestrians during the week and on weekends no matter whether there is a holiday or not. Temporary Permit Parking zones are being created now. The signs will most likely go up in 3 months. This should create some measure of relief and greater parking enforcement is assured