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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Hosting a Free Community CPR/AED and First Aid Training Class

Saturday, February 18th at 10:am If you are a parent, grandparent, babysitter, or any other caregiver, we invite you to take part in the Free Community CPR/AED and First Aid training class hosted by the Health & Public Safety Committee of your Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council. This training class is especially designed to provide CPR/AED, First Aid and Choking relief training for Infants, ...
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Active Shooter Preparedness at Our Upcoming Health & Public Safety Committee Meeting

In today’s world, we know that bad things can and do occur anywhere despite precautions taken. They can occur at airports, schools, colleges/universities, night clubs and shopping malls – in our country or abroad. One of the most publicized incidents involves an active shooter incident. An active shooter’s intent is to kill as many innocent people as possible. In 2015, there was only 1-week that a...
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Illegal Fireworks Impact Survey

The KutTheKaBoom Fireworks Reduction Campaign To take the survey and express your views, please go to: http://www.kutthekaboom.com/home-1.html Please help us understand this important issue and how it impacts area residents.  Survey results will be posted on our site and shared with elected officials and police and fire department staff. To get more information or to find out how you can help ...
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100 & Counting – Lake Balboa NC Offers Free Community CPR Training

Every day, more than 1,000 persons fall victim to Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Unfortunately more than 90% of victims do not survive the trip to the hospital. A major reason is the critical lack of people trained to perform CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) – one of the simplest yet most important life skills that a person can learn. “Using CPR in the critical time before EMT’s & Paramedics arrive...
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Breaking: Aliso Canyon Gas Leak Temporarily Controlled

A relief well has reached the Southern California Gas Co. well that has been leaking since October, forcing the evacuation of thousands. Signaling that relief is in sight for thousands of residents in Porter Ranch, Southern California Gas Co. crews temporarily controlled the leak of natural gas today from the Aliso Canyon Storage Facility well that has been spewing gas since late October. Acco...
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Preparing Your Home For El Niño

Preparing Your Home For El Niño
What is El Niño? El Niño is a warming of the Pacific Ocean near the equator caused by a weakening of the trade winds that normally push sun-warmed waters to the west. When ocean temperatures are warmer or cooler than normal, they can affect weather around the world. In the United States, El Niño often changes typical weather patterns and could bring drier conditions to some areas and intense rain...
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Holiday Message: No Cooking Grease in Drains

In preparation for the holidays, L.A. Sanitation is asking people not to pour fats, oils, and grease down the drain. This can be damaging not only to pipes in the home, but also to outside sewer lines. LA Sanitation is now accepting household fryer oil for recycling at our S.A.F.E. Centers. The oil will be recycled for fuel and energy. Pouring oil down the kitchen sink or drains can clog up ...
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Help Keep the Street Lights on in Your Neighborhood

There has been a significant increase of copper wire thefts targeting the city's street lighting system in various neighborhoods, causing street lights to go dark for a period of time. If you observe a wire theft in process or see any suspicious activity around street lights, please call 9-1-1 immediately. How to determine what is official city work on street lights and what isn't? The work i...
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