• NHNENC Board
    Every stakeholder is welcome to join our Neighborhood Council Board for a meeting this Thursday, September 18th. We have a very full agenda with presentations, funding votes, and important discussions about community impacts. We'll have a presentation about a Noise Study at the Burbank airport by Mark Hardymart, and one from the High Speed Rail Authority about a potential new route nearby. Read More
  • Back To The Future Poster
    Join our North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council, Paul Krekorian's Council District #2, and The Village family services for a free movie in the park. Featuring the 80's hit movie, Back to the Future. The fun starts at 7PM at Valley Plaza Park on Archwood Street. Bring your picnic baskets, blankets, and chairs for this great community event that's fun for the whole family. Read More
  • Two men buying tickets at a metro machine
    This week, the cost to ride a Metro bus in LA County is going up, and it probably won't be the last jump on the horizon. The basic cost of a one-way fare will increase from $1.50 to $1.75, but if you pay by a pre-loaded TAP card, transfers will be free for two hours. You can still pay by exact change, but transfers won't be included. Read More
  • Rendering of Rory Shaw Park
    LA County Supervisor Zed Yaroslavsky, LA County Public Works, and the City of Los Angeles cordially invite you to attend the Rory M. Shaw Wetlands Park Project Groundbreaking Ceremony. This multi-agency project is also multi-functional, not only providing more recreational space, but also wetlands habitat, storm flooding protection, and rainwater collection and clearing for groundwater restoration. Read More
  • I give 3 feet for bikes graphic
    On Tuesday, September 16th, the Three Feet for Safety Act will go into effect. Current laws require that motorists passing bicycles keep a 'safe distance'. The new law explicitly calls for a minimum of 3 feet as the 'safe distance'. Fortunately, we have bicycle lanes on some of the major streets in our neighborhood, but this law will apply on any street, even in neighborhoods. If you are driving and don't have enough room to keep three feet away, the law requires that you slow down and only pass the bicycle when there is no danger in doing so. Read More
  • Sidewalk needing repair
    Sidewalks have been a public issue in Los Angeles for a long time. Thousands of miles of sidewalks across the city are in need of repair, but budgets, conflicting responsibilities, and even legal challenges have hampered efforts to solve the problems. Councilmember Paul Krekorian along with Councilmembers Herb Wesson and Joe Buscaino have introduced two motions to try to make progress on the issue and are calling for the public to speak out. Read More

Council Board Meeting Thursday, September 18

Every stakeholder is welcome to join our Neighborhood Council Board for a meeting this Thursday, September 18th. We have a very full agenda with presentations, funding votes, and important discussions about community impacts.

We'll have a presentation about a Noise Study at the Burbank airport by Mark Hardymart, and one from the High Speed Rail Authority about a potential new route nearby. There are over $8,000 of funding requests on the agenda for events, holiday charitable giving, beautification, and more. Plus, the Board will be considering several Community Impact Statements including for street vending and sidewalk repair.

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