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Weekly News & Updates
MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT:
Happy New Year Highland Park!
I hope you had a wonderful holiday season, spending time with family and friends. 2017 is off and running in the neighborhood, and we have already rolled up our sleeves and gotten to work. In our first meeting of the new year, we officially installed Joan potter as our board treasurer, as well as granting a couple neighborhood purpose grants to Garvanza Elementary and Arroyo Seco Science Magnet. We reviewed and weighed in on plans for the Blind Barber to open their barbershop-restaurant concept on the Figueroa Corridor, and heard public comments both for, and against their request for a conditional use permit to serve alcoholic beverages.
What’s on the docket? The first meeting of the brand new Culture and Equality committee will be held this week, and we approved a motion to organize, or co-organnize a local forum for the upcoming Council District 1 candidates. Read on to learn more of what is happening with the HHPNC this week. We look forward to seeing you at a meeting for event soon!
The Budget Advocates are a committee of concerned citizens that represent the voice of LA’s taxpayers . Co-chaired by Jay Handal and Liz Amsden, the main goal of the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates is to amplify stakeholder concerns by bringing them to the attention of City Council, Committees and Departments to encourage approaches that will both balance the City’s budget and improve communication between City departments and the best interests of the people of Los Angeles.
As a taxpayer and upstanding resident of our City, your input is vital and they want to hear from you.
They need your active participation because you, every one of you, are the heartbeat of the City and we are your voice. A fourth survey has just been added for input on homelessness in your community.
Teen Program on Tuesday (1/10) at 3:00 Toddler Storytime on Wednesday (1/11) at 10:30 STAR Reader on Wednesday at 3:00 Baby Storytime on Thursday (1/12) at 10:30 STAR Reader on Thursday (1/12) at 3:00 Drop in Computer Lab on Friday (1/13) at 3:30 STAR Reader on Saturday (1/14) at 2:00
Mapping the City's (and Your) Real Estate Portfolio
The City of Los Angeles owns almost 9,000 properties in LA County. But where are they? Today my office released PropertyPanel.LA, the most comprehensive map ever produced of properties owned by the City of Los Angeles, and issued a call for L.A. to appoint a Chief Asset......READ MORE