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Weekly News & Updates
Hello Highland Park! 

Welcome to another week of news and haps with the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council. We have two EXTREMELY IMPORTANT events coming up. First the Council District 1 Candidate Forum, this Thursday, and then, we are also doing a Candidate Q&A on FACEBOOK LIVE. City election voter turnout is frighteningly low! Your community needs you to show up, learn the issues, and cast your vote for the person who you believe will best serve our neighborhood.

Next, we have an opening on the HHPNC board and we are currently accepting applications. Anyone who is a stakeholder in Highland Park, and at least 18 years of age, can apply to be a Director at Large! Maybe this is YOUR TIME to try on public service and see how it fits! 

Read on to learn more details about all of this and other neighborhood matters. We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event, or out and about in the neighborhood. 

Harvey Slater
Your HHPNC President
The Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council is
looking to fill 1 vacant At-Large Director seat.

If you would like to join the board and work to improve Highland Park and make it a better place to live for all of its residents, please fill out this application to be considered as a candidate for the At-Large Director Position.  DETAILS HERE

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 Arroyo Seco Library - February 2017

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