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2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count

Posted on 12/04/18
You can now register for the 2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, which will take place January 22-24. (West Hills count is January 22nd) We need over 8,000 volunteers to canvass more than 80 cities and 200 communities across Los Angeles County.
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Vacancy -- WHNC Board of Directors, APPLY NOW!

Posted on 01/04/19
Are you interested in making our community a better place? Do you want your voice heard by city government? You have the power to make positive change in our community by applying to fill the Vacant Seat on our Board of Directors. For information visit this page.
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Neighborhood Council Elections

Posted on 01/08/19
Neighborhood Council elections happen every two years. Together, LA’s 99 Neighborhood Councils form the grassroots level of the City’s government. While Neighborhood Council board members serve their communities as volunteers, they are public officials elected by the members of their community. In 2019, 94 of LA’s 99 Neighborhood Councils will participate in the election cycle.
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Join us for our Next Monthly Public Board Meeting - Thursday, February 7, 2019

Posted on 07/18/18
Next Monthly Public Board Meeting at
deToledo High School
22622 VANOWEN ST
(EAST OF FALLBROOK ACROSS FROM SHADOW RANCH PARK)
Thursday February 7, 2019
7:00 to 9:30 pm
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Letter from Interim CD12 Councilmember Greig Smith

Posted on 01/15/19
We will keep everything working as normal until you choose a new Councilmember. Until then, I am honored and excited to be working for you once more. Best Wishes, Greig Smith Councilmember, 12th District
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Woolsey Fire Interim Air Sampling Report from DTSC

Posted on 12/20/18
DTSC and a team of federal, state, and local agencies evaluated impacts of the fire on the SSFL site and in the communities around the site. Over three weeks, the agencies performed field inspections, ran computer simulations, took measurements and physical samples, conducted laboratory analysis of soil, ash and air samples, and reviewed available data from monitoring stations on the SSFL site and in nearby communities. Taken together, these investigations provide multiple lines of evidence that no radiation or hazardous materials from SSFL were detected in communities following the Woolsey Fire. From: Department of Toxic Substances Control Sent: Wednesday, December 19, 1:32 PM Subject: SSFL - DTSC Interim Summary Report
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Debris Flow Brochures

Posted on 11/29/18
The brochure is available online at:   https://www.ladbs.org/docs/default-source/publications/misc-publications/homeowners-guide-for-flood-debris-flow-and-erosion-control.pdf?sfvrsn=8
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Coyote Information Brochure from LA Animal Services

Posted on 11/28/18
Information on coyotes and keeping pets safe.
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DTSC Information on Woolsey Fire Cleanup of Hazardous Materials

Posted on 12/04/18
DTSC and U.S. EPA Begin Removing Household Hazardous Waste Following Woolsey and Hill Fires Nearly 1,650 structures destroyed in Los Angeles, Ventura Counties
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LADWP - Important PSA

Posted on 11/14/18
Beware of anyone claiming to be from LADWP who shows up without an appointment and demands payment for water or power service. Check with us before you invite them in or make a payment.
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