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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Needs Your Voices to Be Heard at the June 11th LA City Council Meeting

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Hi everyone, This urgent message is to notify you of an extremely important hearing taking place this Tuesday, June 11th at LA City Council. The Council will be discussing a State Bill (AB 516) that if passed, would severely impact LAPD's ability to tow cars/RV's that are in violation of the law. This includes streets that are posted for 'No Oversize Vehicle Parking 2 am-6 am.' As you all kn...
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Valley’s Record Heat Wave To Continue

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A ridge of high pressure will continue to keep temperatures above normal Monday, but relief is in sight. A weekend heat wave is expected to continue to scorch the Los Angeles region with above average temperatures Monday. Sunday saw record heat in parts of the city and triple digit temperatures in the valleys. A ridge of high pressure is to blame, and it will remain in the Los Angeles area Mon...
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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Board Elections are Sunday, May 19, 2019

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Your Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Board Elections are on Sunday, May 19, 2019. This is your opportunity to vote for the 15 available board positions. For more information about Neighborhood Council elections visit the Los Angeles City Clerk’s website: https://clerk.lacity.org/elections/neighborhood-council-election https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGafjUkGdYk
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Flooding, Mudslides, Falling Trees Among Biggest Concerns as New Storm Moves Toward SoCal

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Another storm is headed to Southern California Tuesday, prompting evacuation orders and concerns about flooding, mudslides, and falling trees. Evacuation orders were in effect for areas in Santa Barbara County and Ventura County. In Montecito, sheriff's deputies were going door to door, letting residents know they needed to leave. Signs and traffic cones blocked off roads, and front doors...
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You Can Be a Candidate in the Upcoming Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Elections

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  FILE FOR CANDIDACY BETWEEN February 3, 2019 and March 5, 2019 Election Day is Sunday, May 19, 2019 For details on your Neighborhood Council Election and how you can become a candidate for office on your neighborhood council, visit LakeBalboaNC.org and click MORE on Neighborhood Council Elections (or click here directly). Call 818.946.7707 to reach the Lake Balboa Election Co...
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Valley Relics Museum Grand Re-Opening Video

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https://youtu.be/9JhqoIXMCJI This video is about the Grand Re-Opening of The Valley Relics Museum that moved from Chatsworth to Lake Balboa/Van Nuys Airport to a new and larger facility. Tommy Gelinas and his staff has put together a wonderful place to reminisce of days gone by for all of us who love the VALLEY. Watch the video. Enjoy! Video courtesy of Mark Hovater. Thank you, Mark!
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The Budget Advocates’ Los Angeles City Services 2018 Report Card

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How are your City Services performing in your neighborhood? Are you satisfied or do things need improvement? Please take a moment to provide feedback based on your experiences. By establishing clear benchmarks based on community feedback, the City will be able to better align spending to remedy deficiencies. http://bit.ly/LAreportcard DEADLINE IS JANUARY 5, 2019
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EP Information – November 2018

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Hi, Everybody:  Hope you can make it to our EP MEETING this week, Saturday, November 10th, 9:00 to 11:00 AM at the Flyaway Bus Terminal 2nd Floor Community Meeting Room, 7610 Woodley Avenue (NE Corner of Saticoy and Woodley in Lake Balboa.  Plenty of free parking in the spaces out front closest to Woodley Ave., and come inside and take the elevator, or the steps out front. We'll put together a ...
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New Senior Lead Officer (SLO) Named for Lake Balboa Community

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After several months of search and interviews, West Valley LAPD has named a new Senior Lead Officer (SLO) who will replace retired SLO Steve Olivares. Veteran Officer Hugo Fuentes will officially assume the 10A39 patrol area effective in October. Officer Fuentes is a 10+ year LAPD veteran and brings extensive and successful experience while serving as a patrol officer and working closely with West...
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Plan to Steer Air Traffic over the Valley Hits Turbulence

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Residents in western San Fernando Valley are trying to halt FAA plans to direct more air traffic over the neighborhood. More than 1,900 residents have signed a petition against an FAA plan to allow more passenger flights from Hollywood Burbank Airport over several San Fernando Valley communities, it was reported Friday. The group, called Studio City for Quiet Skies, launched the petition in re...
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West Nile Virus Detected in LA, Riverside, and Kern Counties

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In case you missed it... it's official. The start of the summer West Nile Virus season has begun. Both the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health issued press releases late last week reporting the first human cases of 2018. Panic? no. Take action? YES. Keep repellents handy; find and remove standing water; and keep doors and windows screene...
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FIREWORKS SAFETY FOR PETS

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No matter where you celebrate our nation’s 242nd year of Independence, July 4th is the one holiday ALL pets hate. And while we know that ALL fireworks are illegal in Los Angeles – punishable by a hefty fine and a jail sentence- there are some persons, not realizing the devastating effects fireworks have on animals, who will break the law despite the best efforts of law enforcement and community aw...
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Are You Ready for the Inevitable “Big One”?

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The LBNC Emergency Preparedness Committee invites you to join us on the second Saturday of every month, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM at the Flyaway, 2nd Floor Community Room, 7610 Woodley Ave., (NE Corner of Saticoy and Woodley).  Plenty of free parking out front in the spaces closest to the street. Take the elevator inside the building or the steps outside. Come and enjoy our presentations, mini-classes...
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Mural Area on Haskell Receives Much Needed Clean Up

Councilwoman Nury Martinez's office conducted a mini-clean up on Friday, May 25 along Haskell Ave. between Victory and Haynes. Lauren Padick, Field Deputy for Lake Balboa, organized the clean up along with help from around 20 volunteers from the LA Conservation Corps and the neighborhood. Their hard work led to the removal of 20 bags of trash filled with litter and weeds that were obstructing the ...
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10th Annual Senior Symposium

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The LBNC joined ONEgeneration, several other neighborhood councils, and a variety of healthcare specialists at the 10th Annual Senior Symposium on Saturday, May 19. Hundreds of seniors attended the event at ONEgeneration in Reseda, adjacent to Reseda Park. During the event, seniors visited the job fair, received free health screenings, exercised with some Zumba and those attendees who registere...
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Assemblymember Nazarian’s Annual San Fernando Valley Chess Tournament Held in Lake Balboa

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On Saturday, May 12, Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian held his 3rd Annual San Fernando Valley High School Chess Tournament and 1st Annual San Fernando Valley Elementary School Chess Tournament at High Tech Los Angeles in Lake Balboa. The LBNC partnered with Assemblymember Nazarian's office to expand the tournament to include elementary school students after the LBNC donated chess sets to several scho...
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Lake Balboa Schools Set to Handle Cardiac Emergencies

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With the passage of Assembly Bill 1719, mandatory hands-on CPR training in High Schools & Charter Schools will go into effect statewide in the upcoming LAUSD school year. Several schools in our Lake Balboa community have already taken steps to train and respond to cardiac emergencies on their campuses. Teachers, Administrators and staff at Valley Alternative Magnet School, Daniel Pearl Magn...
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More Than Just a Movie

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We held our 4th annual Lake Balboa Movie in the Park on Saturday, May 19, at Louise Park in Lake Balboa, joined by neighbors, friends, Gault St. Elementary School, Galaxy of Comics, Councilwoman Nury Martinez's office and Asemblymember Adrin Nazrian's office. The LBNC organizes this event each year to bring our Lake Balboa stakeholders together to meet one another, find out about city services, an...
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