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HHPNC Committee Meetings
HHPNC Committee Meetings scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017
at the Arroyo Seco Public Library, 6145 N. Figueroa, L.A.

Beautification Committee Meeting , 3:00pm
Outreach & Housing the Homeless Joint Committee Meeting , 4:00pm
HHPNC Outreach Committee Meeting , 5:00pm

BE SURE TO WRITE "POT HOLES" IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Provide an address or the nearest cross streets. Deadline to submit suggested locations is October 21, 2017. The Bureau of Street Services will review the location and provide us with a list of the planned repairs before they come out. A special thank you to those who have already submitted their suggestions.
OXY College presents:
A Child Was The One That
Turned On The Switch
Tuesday, September 12, 2017 - Sunday, October 1, 2017
Check out Molly Allis'  A Child Was The One That Turned On The Switch  on view at the Fireplace Gallery in Weingart 

Occidental College is pleased to present  A Child Was The One That Turned On The Switch , an exhibition of work by the Los Angeles-based artist Molly Allis. The exhibition opens on September 7 and remains on view through Ocotber 1, 2017 in the College’s Weingart Gallery. READ MORE
Thursday, October 5, 2017 6-8pm
Sanctuary Town Hall
Los Angeles is on the cusp of creating meaningful legislation to protect our neighbors from the president's cruel and arbitrary immigration policy, but we need your presence to make it happen. Come join us in a forum to show city council and the mayor that Los Angeles must lead in the fight against Trump's bigoted national agenda. 

Special guests at this event include distinguished labor leader Maria Elena Durazo, longtime immigrant rights activist Angela Sanbrano, and City Councilmember Gil Cedillo. 

This event is FREE and open to all Angelenos who want stronger protections for our brothers and sisters in our city." Visit the Facebook Event Link for details.
HHPNC is happy that we could support  Highland Park Independent Film Festival - HPIFF  with a neighborhood purpose grant. Please make sure you turn out to this great event Oct 5-8 at the Highland Theater.

[HHPNC esta orgulloso por tener la oportunidad de apoyar el Festival de Peliculas Independientes de Highland Park con una beca vecinal. Vaya a este evento Oct 5-9 en el Highland Theater].
Guatemalan Day of the Dead K-12 Workshop
Saturday, October 7, 2017 10:30am-3:30pm
This five-hour hands-on workshop will include a discussion on how the Day of the Dead celebration has been observed in Guatemala and how the tradition of barriletes is integrated into the celebrations.  More Details
Los Angeles History: A Mexican Perspective
Tuesday, October 10 at 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Town Hall members are invited to join this exclusive Members Only Tour of Barbara Carrasco’s mural, L.A. History: A Mexican Perspective, on Tuesday, Oct. 10. The mural was censored for its depictions of Los Angeles’ “controversial” histories and its 40 panels languished in storage for decades.  Read more.
Crossing the Border: Launch Party Reading
November 18, 2017
Avenue 50 Studio in collaboration with Regal House Publishing invites you to join us in celebrating the launch of:


From award-winning fiction writer and book critic, Daniel A. Olivas, comes his first collection of poetry, Crossing the Border.

These narrative poems delve deeply into the many ways we cross borders of race, culture, language, religion, and privilege. With humor and pathos, Olivas draws from his own life and from the stories of others to serve as a witness to the great variety of experiences that make us human. With grace and eloquence, he invites readers to cross these borders with him on this intense but necessary journey. 

Arroyo Seco Library
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Keep Kids and Dogs Safe
LA Animal Services offers bite prevention
 tips to teach children
You can help protect your child from dog bites by discussing with him or her the appropriate way to behave around dogs. Any dog has the capability of biting regardless of their size, even the most friendly dogs  might  bite if they are provoked. The vast majority of dog bites are from a dog known to the person-his or her own pet, a neighbor's or a friend's. READ MORE
Want to help housing in LA?
Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department  is conducting an online survey to help to measure the needs of various communities in Los Angeles and allow the City to determine what projects would have the greatest positive impact in upcoming years. In order to obtain the most accurate results, we need to get the survey out to as many people as possible so please share with your networks!

Do you have an idea that would make our City a better place? A way the City could save money, or generate new revenue? How about something that would save energy or save time? The City of Los Angeles has created an Innovation Fund, and we want to hear from you.  READ MORE
2017 LAFD Community Survey
The Los Angeles Fire Department is in the process of updating the current Strategic Plan. The Strategic Plan will guide future operations of the Department and ensure alignment with the needs and values of the communities we serve. We are seeking valuable input from our stakeholders. Please participate in shaping the future of the Los Angeles Fire Department by completing the 2017 LAFD Community Survey. Your participation as a community member is an integral part of developing the plan.
  • Visit this web link from a computer or mobile device:
  •  Answer all the questions to the best of your ability, even if you have not had cause to call the LAFD for service
  • The survey should take less than 2 minutes
Take the Purposeful Aging Survey
The County of Los Angeles and the City of Los Angeles are seeking input on what is existing and what is needed for the quality of life for older adults. Input can be provided to them via a electronic survey (to be done between August 14 and September 14). Assuming we have a desire to age within the Los Angeles region, this is our opportunity to give input to public policy officials. The goal is to develop an action plan for the region to share with our cities and the county in the coming months. For more information and to access the survey, click here.
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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? PropertyPanel.LA is 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