Councilmember Krekorian secured $600,000 to help New Directions for Youth, a North Hollywood-based non-profit, build a new health and recreation center in Council District 2. The funding, included in the 2017-2018 Consolidated Plan budget, will help this community organization deliver even more programs and services to at-risk youth and their families.
On October 3, 2017 North Hollywood North East was honored by the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners for 15 years of service to and empowerment of the community. NHNENC was officially certified September 24, 2002 and has been working to engage and benefit the community ever since.
Shown above, Len Shaffer, previous BONC President, Board Members SheRise Ford, Judy Harris, EmpowerLA’s Kathleen Quinn, NHNENC President Ernie Moscoso and BONC President Joy Atkinson.
Thank you to former Board Member Sarah Ramsawack for the photos.
NHNENC President Ernie Moscoso and the beautifully framed certificate.
NHNENC Board Members SheRise Ford and Judy Harris at the celebration.
Apply on September 22 to be one of 30 applicants in our Council District to get speed humps.
Civic Engagement is about getting involved in your community. Join us at our next meeting to get involved.
The Costco Business Center opened on August 9 at 11428 Tujunga. Our Planning and Land Use Committee weighed in on this project early on.
North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council was excited to participate in a community cleanup with the LDS Church and Councilmember Krekorian’s Office on Saturday, July 29. NHNENC Board Members participated in the clean up and sponsored snacks and lunch for participants.
City Council opened a 60 day public comment period June 8 on proposed ordinances regulating production and sale of commercial cannabis. Now is your chance to review the proposals and speak up.
NHNENC carefully reviewed and approved a five acre parcel on Lankershim for 99 small lot homes and a 64 unit apartment building.
Clean Streets LA did a fabulous job cleaning up 11115 Vanowen. If you see something that needs attention, please use the MyLA311 app to report it.