CERTIFIED NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL #52, OCTOBER 15, 2002
P.O. BOX 3272, HOLLYWOOD, CA, 90078
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS THIS MONTH
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FULL BOARD MEETING Monday February 15
BUSINESS COMMITTEE MEETING
EDUCATION COMMITTEE MEETING
OUTREACH COMMITTEE/ELECTION COMMITTEE Tuesday February 9th
PLANNING, LAND USE AND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Thursday February 4
PUBLIC SAFETY, TRANSPORTATION AND WORKS COMMITTEE Monday February 8
RENTERS COMMITTEE Monday February 8
LOS ANGELES 2024 OLYMPIC BID BOOK
Griffith Park-relevant pages 65-70
LOS ANGELES 2024 OLYMPIC BID BOOK
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From Councilmember David Ryu:
Please take a moment to answer the following questions about problems the council office should know about. There’s room at the end of the survey to include any issues we missed.
We need your email address. I promise we will never overuse or abuse it – and that you can easily remove it if you change your mind. Getting taxpayers the most for their tax dollars means cutting wasteful spending where ever possible. Email, compared to postal mail, provides a much more inexpensive way of communicating with you on the issues that are important to you and your neighborhood.
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DAVID E. RYU
City Council Member
Curious about what projects are currently planned for Hollywood? So are we!
Thanks to Urbanize L.A, we now can find out. Just click on the link below.
We’re excited to share a survey on behalf of our Coro friends. A couple of the Fellows are conducting research into Angelenos’ attitudes towards various modes of transportation in their city. The survey is quick and will provide some fantastic insights for their research and inform future biking work in the city! The Fellows are looking to reach as wide an audience as possible, and are deliberately targeting the non-die-hard cyclists. If you’re a die-hard, you can help out by forwarding the survey on to those in your social network who are still on the fence about biking. Thanks!Hello!
We’re conducting a study as part of our fellowship to better understand attitudes toward sharing the streets in Los Angeles.
We are interested in responses from all walks of life. Whether you ride a bike, drive a car, walk, use transit, skateboard or scooter, we want to hear from you. It would greatly help our research if you could take the survey yourself, and also share the link to your extended Los Angeles networks.
The survey takes about 10 minutes, and respondents can choose to be entered in a raffle for a chance to win one of our prizes.
Thanks for your help! Here is the survey link: http://goo.gl/Pw81r5
Ellen Riotto and Nella McOsker, Southern California Coro Fellows
The Hollywood Fault — Prudent Steps Forward in 2015
by Robert H. Sydnor
California Certified Engineering Geologist #968
November 20, 2014
prepared for: Hollywood United Neighborhood Council
ACTION ITEMS FROM 11/20/14 TOWN HALL ON EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS & HOLLYWOOD FAULT
Prepared by Erik Sanjurjo, VP of Hollywood United NC
Revised Bylaws September 2014
Barham Blvd Closing
Ford Theatre renovation plan from Zev Yaroslavsky's newsletter
The 2014 Board of Directors is sworn in by Councilmember Tom LaBonge at our April 21st Board meeting.
L-R: Kristy Noochlaor (CD4), Don Paul, Erik Sanjurjo, Anji Williams, Jim Van Dusen, Susan Swan, Councilmember Tom LaBonge, Jennifer Christie, Sheila Irani,
Cyndy Williams, Dan Halden (newly CD13), Chona Galvez, Leeor Maciborwski, Margaret Marmolejo. Absent, Robert Abrahamian, Scott Larson.
Our Board of Directors meets the 3rd Monday of the month. Check out the link at left for more details. Please check the specific Committee links (at right) for the most accurate, up-to-date details. All meeting dates/times are subject to change.
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HUNC Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council to:
1. Create a more livable community by establishing an open line of communication between the HUNC and City Government.
2. Provide an open forum for discussion and information sharing through which all members of the HUNC may involve themselves in the affairs of the community.
3. Enhance stakeholder pride and responsibility by promoting participation in the decision-making process.
4. Be an advocacy group for issues which command broad community support.
5. Work with the City and other neighborhoods to find solutions to common problems.
6. Promote the well-being of each and every neighborhood within its boundaries.
The Hollywood United Neighborhood Council is established in accordance with the authorized plan of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment of Los Angeles and complies with Federal, State and City laws.
All Hollywood United Neighborhood Council meetings are open to the public. Please feel free to get involved, help with outreach, run for the Board and build your community.
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