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LA County To Shut Down All Restaurant Dining Amid COVID-19 Surge

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Beginning Wednesday, restaurants will be ordered to close all outdoor dining for three weeks as coronavirus cases continue to stack. As COVID-19 cases continue to surge across Los Angeles County, officials announced Sunday that all dining at restaurants and bars would be prohibited for three weeks beginning Wednesday. Eateries will only be allowed to remain open for takeout, drive-thru, and d...
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LADOT Speed Hump Application Opens Wednesday, September 16, at 8 AM

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Tired of Speeding on your street? Starting on Wednesday, September 16th at 8AM.  LADOT will initiate a new round of the city speed hump application cycle which opens every 6 months. Residents may petition the department for the construction of speed humps at new locations provided that certain criteria are met.  Details may be found on the LADOT speed hump request page. Applicants are encourage...
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Covid-19 Drive-Up Testing in the San Fernando Valley (Video)

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Hello Community Members and Valley Residents, Anyone who exhibits COVID-19 symptoms can be tested for free at any one of 3 test sites set up in the San Fernando Valley. Please see the link below to a LA City video on COVID-19 Mobile Drive-Up Testing. The video was customized for Our Valley Community by videographer Mark Hovater. Yesterday, Mark went to the only 3 locations for the San Fernan...
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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Eviction Regulations, Rent Freeze, and Related Issues for Angeleno Tenants and Landlords During the Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic

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Here are the most frequently asked questions related to the City Council and the Mayor's actions affecting Angeleno tenants and landlords during the COVID-19 pandemic. WHAT HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL AS OF THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2020? Renters who are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic can stay in their homes due to an eviction protection ordinance!  The emergency citywide ordinance th...
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Lake Balboa Senior Lead Officers Begin Actions to Help Check up on Older Patients

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The COVID-19 coronavirus appears to have serious health implications for the elderly who are at the highest risk of dying from coronavirus and a syndrome called acute respiratory distress. Experts have recommended aggressive precautions for our elderly including actions to limit face-to-face exposure. LAPD has issued a list of new guidelines and equipment to officers for dealing with the COVID-19...
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Be Prepared for the Coronavirus

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Flu season is bad enough as it is, but now there's a new deadly viral outbreak traveling the globe. There have now been over 2,000 confirmed cases in China and it has now spread to the United States with a growing list of states confirming infections. Although the chance of widespread contamination in the U.S. is low, it is important to understand the nature of coronavirus and how you can preve...
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LAUSD Board District 3 Candidate Forum February 15

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Why are our local LAUSD schools rated so low? Why are there so many charter schools? Why are so many parents sending their children to private schools? What needs to be fixed? Who can fix it? Where does the lottery money go? The seven Directors on the LAUSD Board of Directors are the head of LAUSD, NOT THE MAYOR. (boe.lausd.net) Your property values are partially determined by the local ...
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Draft EIR Report on the City’s Sidewalk Repair Program is Now Available for Public Comment

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The draft Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the City's Sidewalk Repair Program is now available for public review and comment.  The comment period closes on February 24, 2020. The report is available on the City's website at this link: https://sidewalks.lacity.org/environmental-impact-report.  As one can imagine, this is a very large report but it is posted online in sections so you should ...
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Airbnb Launches Anonymous Complaint Portal

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You think that your neighbor is an Airbnb host and you and your neighbors have a complaint. As the City and short term rental platforms finalize regulations, be aware that Airbnb has established a link to their Anonymous Neighbor Complaint portal. While many people who use short term rental platforms are responsible hosts, it's vital that you report issues so Airbnb can help to resolve them. Wheth...
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LA Metro Board Report on North San Fernando Valley Bus Rapid Transit Now Available

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Metro Board Report on the North San Fernando Valley Bus Rapid Transit Project Available Online Metro’s staff report and agenda for the North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project is now available on the Metro Board page. You are encouraged to check out Metro’s blog The Source article for more information. The Board meeting will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, October 24 at the Metro ...
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“Text-to-911” Now Available in Los Angeles County

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Mobile users in LA County now have the ability to send text messages to 9-1-1, giving hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to dial 9-1-1, and making noise could put their life in jeopardy, a potentially lifesaving option. Many people have found themselves in situations where they are unable to make 9-1-1 calls. But, text-to-9-1-1 offers a silent ...
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Councilwoman Nury Martinez to be Key Speaker at September 11th C-PAB Meeting

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Make plans to attend the Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 11TH C-PAB meeting at West Valley LAPD and learn more about the Councilwoman that represents a KEY Los Angeles City Council District in the San Fernando Valley and her efforts to make our Community safer for everyone. Councilwoman Nury Martinez is the President Pro-Tempore of the Los Angeles City Council. As one of the only 2 women elected out of 18 L...
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Sepulveda Basin Fire Scorches 5 Acres, Displaces Homeless Camp

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Los Angeles Firefighters are working to get the upper hand on a blaze that displaces a large homeless encampment in the Sepulveda Basin. A fast-moving brush fire in the Sepulveda Basin scorched five-acres Monday afternoon and displaces a massive homeless encampment. Los Angeles Firefighters are working to get the upper hand on the blaze as homeless aid workers are being called in to help reloca...
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Sign Up Today for the Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair 2019

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A Fun and Free Family Event that Just Might Save Your Life, Your Pet’s Life, or the Life of a Loved One Saturday, October 12, 2019 9:00 am to 1:30 pm Northridge Fashion Center—Pacific Theaters Parking Lot (9400 Shirley Ave., south of Plummer St.) Click here to register: https://www.valleydisasterfair.com/registration/index.php Exhibits Demonstrations Displays Speakers Speci...
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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Needs Your Voices to Be Heard at the June 11th LA City Council Meeting

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Hi everyone, This urgent message is to notify you of an extremely important hearing taking place this Tuesday, June 11th at LA City Council. The Council will be discussing a State Bill (AB 516) that if passed, would severely impact LAPD's ability to tow cars/RV's that are in violation of the law. This includes streets that are posted for 'No Oversize Vehicle Parking 2 am-6 am.' As you all kn...
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Valley’s Record Heat Wave To Continue

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A ridge of high pressure will continue to keep temperatures above normal Monday, but relief is in sight. A weekend heat wave is expected to continue to scorch the Los Angeles region with above average temperatures Monday. Sunday saw record heat in parts of the city and triple digit temperatures in the valleys. A ridge of high pressure is to blame, and it will remain in the Los Angeles area Mon...
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Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Board Elections are Sunday, May 19, 2019

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Your Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Board Elections are on Sunday, May 19, 2019. This is your opportunity to vote for the 15 available board positions. For more information about Neighborhood Council elections visit the Los Angeles City Clerk’s website: https://clerk.lacity.org/elections/neighborhood-council-election https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xGafjUkGdYk
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Flooding, Mudslides, Falling Trees Among Biggest Concerns as New Storm Moves Toward SoCal

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Another storm is headed to Southern California Tuesday, prompting evacuation orders and concerns about flooding, mudslides, and falling trees. Evacuation orders were in effect for areas in Santa Barbara County and Ventura County. In Montecito, sheriff's deputies were going door to door, letting residents know they needed to leave. Signs and traffic cones blocked off roads, and front doors...
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You Can Be a Candidate in the Upcoming Lake Balboa Neighborhood Council Elections

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  FILE FOR CANDIDACY BETWEEN February 3, 2019 and March 5, 2019 Election Day is Sunday, May 19, 2019 For details on your Neighborhood Council Election and how you can become a candidate for office on your neighborhood council, visit LakeBalboaNC.org and click MORE on Neighborhood Council Elections (or click here directly). Call 818.946.7707 to reach the Lake Balboa Election Co...
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