36 Disaster Preparedness Tips From the Mission Area C-PAB

The Mission Area Community-Police Advisory Board provided 36 disaster preparedness tips to supplement last weeks message. This is John Romero, Commanding Officer, Mission Patrol Division. After last weeks message, the Co-Chair of the Mission Area Community-Police Advisory Board forwarded to me a list of 36 tips. I have included them below for your consideration. 1. […]

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Website Informs Public of Redistricting Process

The Boundary Review Committee for Los Angeles County has launched a website where residents can participate in the reapportionment of supervisorial districts. The website, redistricting.lacounty.gov, informs residents about the reapportionment process and allows them to express their views. It also includes background information on the Boundary Review Committee, which will make a recommendation to the […]

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Councilmember Krekorian (CD2) Releases Neighborhood Council Report

Councilmember Paul Krekorian, chairman of the city’s Education and Neighborhoods Committee, released a comprehensive review today of local democracy following a nearly year-long study of Los Angeles’ 92 neighborhood councils. The report encompasses the wide-ranging views of community leaders throughout Los Angeles. “As Chairman of the Education and Neighborhoods Committee, I have made it a […]

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Specific Needs Awareness Planning (S.N.A.P)- voluntary disaster registry website for Los Angeles County

Specific Needs Awareness Planning (S.N.A.P)- voluntary disaster registry website for Los Angeles County For millions of Los Angeles County residents who have access and functional needs including those relating to physical, medical, sensory, cognitive or age-related conditions; disasters such as earthquakes, wildfires or floods will present a real challenge. Disasters can strike at any time […]

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A New, Easy Way to Report Graffiti

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It’s now even easier to report graffiti to the City so it can get cleaned up fast. In addition to calling 311, you can now report graffiti directly using the City’s online 311 function at http://anti-graffiti.lacity.org/welcome.cfm Note that graffiti can be cleaned up on private property, but permission must be given by property owner/manager.

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New Rebates Go Into Effect October 1

To help residential customers save energy and money, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) will increase many of its rebates for the most energy efficient appliances and home improvement products on the market. Starting October 1, 2010, LADWP will raise rebate amounts for qualifying high efficiency central air conditioners, pool pumps and […]

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New Watering Schedule Now in Effect for LADWP Customers

Watering Days Expanded, Schedule Based on Customer Street Address Changes to the City of Los Angeles’ Water Conservation Ordinance went into effect today (August 25, 2010) for Los Angeles City residents and businesses, allowing LADWP customers to water with sprinklers up to three days per week. Customers whose street addresses end with an odd number – […]

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City Council Strengthens Neighborhood Council Department

The City Council unanimously approved a motion (.pdf) today to add five positions to the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, which oversees the city’s 91 neighborhood councils. This is a budget-neutral move, transferring $1.3 million from the Community Development Department to ensure DONE can continue its important work as a stand-alone department.

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Board of Water and Power Commissioners Approve Revised Changes to City Water Conservation Ordinance

Watering Days to be Based on Street Address, Rebates Increased, and Phases of Ordinance Simplified The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Board of Water and Power Commissioners today approved a revised proposal to change the City of Los Angeles’ Water Conservation Ordinance. The proposed changes, which were approved by the Board and will […]

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