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Who Won?! Find Your Neighborhood Council Election Results

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Find out who won your Neighborhood Council election by visiting the City Clerk’s results page at https://clerk.lacity.org/elections/neighborhood-council-elections/2019-nc-election-results. Click the green button at the top of the list that includes Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council to see results. Or just click here for the unofficial results: https://clerk.lacity.org/sites/g/files/wph606/f/LAKE%20...
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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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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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Be the Change in Your Community – Run for a Seat on Your Neighborhood Council. Election is May 19, 2019.

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What are Neighborhood Councils? Neighborhood Councils are the closest form of government to the people. They give their communities a voice at City Hall on important issues like development, homelessness, and public safety. Neighborhood Councils are advisory bodies with annual budgets funded by taxpayer dollars. Board members are City officials who are elected by those who live, work, ...
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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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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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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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West Valley LAPD Volunteer Community Patrol Includes Lake Balboa Residents

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The recently launched West Valley LAPD Volunteer Community Patrol includes two Lake Balboa residents among the 18 volunteers announced during a special press conference held at West Valley LAPD headquarters on May 24. Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council (LBNC) board members Mary L Pennomon (left) and James Brown (right) stepped up to help make a difference in the quality of life in Lake Balboa. ...
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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council President’s Message

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Hi Neighbors! With a budget of 9.9 million dollars you would think that the city of LA could get our streets swept, sidewalks repaired, potholes filled, trees trimmed... and (you fill in the blank).  I see complaints on NEXTDOOR.COM and on FACEBOOK that it takes forever for the police to come. Well, LA won’t be adding more police officers in this new budget. More and more money is going to ...
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LBNC Education and Recreation & Parks Committees Win VANC’s “Best of Working Collaboratively to Invest in Education for the Future of Our Children” Award

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“Best of…Working Collaboratively to invest in education for the future of our children” – Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council – Education and Recreation & Parks CommitteesWhen Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council board members were told that their stakeholders were going to move so they could send their children to “good” public schools, Lake Balboa NC created an Education Committee and tasked itself...
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Neighborhood Councils Do the Work of the Neighborhood

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On October 7, thousands of people descended upon the northwest parking lot at Northridge Fashion Center for the 10th annual Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair. In speaking with people who stopped by our Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council table, it became clear many were unaware of LA’s neighborhood council system. Across the city of Los Angeles, there are nearly 100 neighborhood councils tasked wi...
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2017 Spring Egg Hunt

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You are invited to the SPRING EGG HUNT at BALBOA SPORTS CENTER Saturday, April 8, 2017 10:00 A.M.-1:00 PM Ages: 1-12 years FREE ADMISSION* Please join us at Balboa Sports Complex for crafts, moon bounce, sidewalk chalk, games, entertainment, egg hunt, give-aways, snacks, Ballet and Piano Performances, and pictures with our very own Peter Cottontail! MAGIC SHOW 10:00am *Be sure to brin...
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Plan to Attend: “How to Survive an Active Shooter” Event

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According to the FBI, the number of sudden mass shootings in the U.S. has nearly tripled in recent years.  In 2015, there was only 1 week where there was NOT a mass killing. By the way, these mass shooting statistics do not include shootings tied to gangs or drugs. FBI officials found that: 70% of the active shooters attacked in schools, shopping malls or workplaces. 60% happened so fast that they...
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