April 17 Board Meeting
Join us this Thursday for a very special Board Meeting where we install our newly-elected Board members, victorious at the March 20th elections. We'll also be hosting representatives from BONC and DONE who will be able to speak extensively about the role of the Neighborhood Council. There won't be much regular business on the agenda to make time for this important event, but the Board will be holding a special meeting shortly to get right back to work.
2014 Spring Easter Egg Hunt on April 17th
The Valley Plaza Recreation Center at 12240 Archwood Avenue is holding its annual Spring Egg Hunt on Thursday, April 17th from 4 PM to 7 PM. Sponsored by our own neighborhood Council, the celebration will include the egg hunt, games for kids of all ages, airbrush tattoos, and more. This is a well-loved event every year, and some of our Board Members will be there as well to meet you and provide information about our Council.
Poll Results Are In. New and Returning Board Members Elected
On Thursday, March 20th, stakeholders across the Southeast Valley came out to elect Board Members for our and other Neighborhood Councils. The nine Councils in our region saw a record turnout of 1,490 voters, and six Board Members were elected for our Council. You can see the results on our Elections page and at the DONE website at http://empowerla.org/nhnenc/north-hollywood-northeast-nc-2014-election/.
Whitsett Soccer Complex Planning
Mayor Garcetti and Councilman Kerkorian stopped by the Whitsett Socer Complex, at Vanowen and Whitsett, to take a look at the future plans for the fields. Several NC members were there to put in a good word about the project. The construction of the synthetic field will start this summer.
Ready for the Next Earthquake? Ready to win an iPad Mini?
Whether you noticed it or not, the Monday morning earthquake is the biggest we've had in the LA area for a while. Fortunately, most people didn't experience any damage. But we all know that it's only a matter of time before a much larger earthquake shakes us up and does cause harm. So take this recent shaking as a reminder, not only that quakes do happen, but also to check your own preparation and response planning. Here are a few tips:
Our Good Neighbors: Lee Adrian
Habitat House Alaska, February 25, 2014
Lee Adrian is a good neighbor in our community, a member of the Strathern Watch, and an accomplished carpenter. For a long time, he has put his skills to work with Habitat for Humanity in Los Angeles. Recently, Lee took his skills on the road when he combined a trip to Alaska with more good work.