Motivational speaker Billionaire P.A. encouraged the students to speak their dreams into existence. One young girl stood in front of everyone and said she wanted to be a nurse and everyone cheered for her. She said it was the first time anyone had ever encouraged her dream.
NHNENC Co-Sponsored the Assembly District 39 Candidate Forum on March 22. Interested voters braved the weather to come out and hear from the candidates on local issues of homelessness, the bullet train, jobs and more. Find out about the candidates here.
Register Now for our Youth Empowerment Series with Kamil McFadden starting on Saturday, March 24 at the Valley Plaza Recreation Center.
Learn about the candidates running for California's State Assembly of District 39. Join the conversation that is shaping your neighborhood and attend this forum at the Main Auditorium, Saticoy Elementary School, March 21, 6:30pm at Saticoy Elementary, 7850 Ethel Ave.
The Macy's building is currently be transformed into office space. The edges of the project are designed to minimize impact on the surrounding neighborhood with shorter 3-story building heights, traffic mitigation, and generous landscaped buffer areas.
The LAPD issued their draft policy regarding releasing critical incident video, which calls for releasing the video within 45 days of the incident or sooner. You are invited to comment before March 13. Also, you can provide your input on the necessary qualities of our next Police Chief by March 23.
Find out if you are eligible for assistance with the Earthquake Brace + Bolt program and apply by February 23.
Councilmember Krekorian held a Homelessness Town Hall at Valley College on January 18, 2018 and NHNENC was pleased to support the event. The event was well attended with over 500 people RSVPing, such that an overflow room was opened. Dr. Erika Endrijonas, President of Valley College, welcomed the crowd and spoke about homelessness among students. […]
Thank you to the over 200 students from Upward Bound and Sun Valley Magnet who joined with North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council and Councilmember Paul Krekorian for our Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service.
Our plan for 2018 not only includes encouraging community involvement through our upcoming clean up, but seeks to engage and empower youth across the community. Our Youth and Minority Empowerment Committee is gearing up to do just that with a Community Silent Dance Party. Stay tuned to find out more.