Planning to vote today, but need more candidate information?

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On Feb 15th the Los Feliz Neighborhood council held a vibrant candidate caucus at Marshall High School. We invited the Candidates running for CD4 council seat to and ran 3-round debate. Lots of Los Feliz residents and CD4 voters walked away with with the information needed to vote today.

Still need more info before heading to the polls? Visit the City Clerks Election Page for detailed info on every candidate in the CD4 race -including video statements!

Don’t know where to vote…we got you covered! Visit the LA VOTE website to find your nearest polling location. Just enter your your address, and you’ll see where to go!


News from the February Neighborhood Council Meeting

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You say goodbye, I say hello. With much sadness, the Neighborhood Council says goodbye to Adam Meltzer who has chaired the Green Committee for several years, working residents and businesses, authoring community impact statements, providing updates on environmental issues, and dedicating his time to make the world a cleaner and better place for future generations.  Adam and his family will be locating to Portland.  The Neighborhood Council will be looking for an energetic environmentalist to replace him and co‐Chair Katy Robinson.  Thank you Adam and Katy. Shannon Carlson, LFNC Business Representative, has agreed to step up and share her technology expertise with the Neighborhood Council. Shannon was appointed to head up IT initiatives, by the Executive Committee.  Her primary focus will be to scale all IT systems, and have them working in sync with all platforms to be more user friendly, including email and our website.  Thank you Shannon.

Franklin Hills Designation Sign: The Franklin Hills Residents Association has requested that the City post one additional perimeter sign at   xxx to designate that area as part of the Franklin Hills neighborhood.  Following a procedure outlined by the City Clerk, the LFNC will offer neighbors the opportunity to review the proposed location and provide comments at the March Neighborhood Council meeting.  The proposed sign requires approval (or a hearing waiver) by the Neighborhood Council, Education and Neighborhoods Committee of the City Council, Councilmember District 4, and the entire City Council.  Join us from 7:30 to 8:00 PM on March 17.

Hyperion Bridge: The LFNC continued its discussion on the Hyperion Bridge renovation, reinforcing its support of Option 3 which includes accommodation for both pedestrians and cyclists.  See the NC letter posted on the NC website.

Traffic Jams: Joe Salaices, Superintendent of Griffith Park, joined the LFNC to discuss proposed traffic mitigation measures in response to an increasing number of tourists trying to reach the Hollywood sign and residents continue to enjoy the park.  Options include Dash Transportation and additional parking areas within the park.

Los Feliz Boulevard Speedway: The Neighborhood Council approved a community impact statement (CIS) supporting Council File 15/0011/S2 a motion from Councilman LaBonge to fund traffic calming on Los Feliz Boulevard.   This is in response to stakeholder requests after several recent traffic accidents involving fatalities. The City will fund “Your Speed Is” signs at Los Feliz and Demille and Los Feliz and New Hampshire Boulevards.

Homeless Assistance: Dana Cremin announced a 100 day challenge to support East Hollywood Los Feliz (EHLF) Homeless Coalition in its efforts to fund PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) with the growing homeless population in the neighborhoods.

Candidate Caucus: An estimated 500 residents attended the LFNC Candidate Caucus at John Marshall High School on February 15.  In spite of a few technical difficulties with audio, the candidates noted that they enjoyed the event and the Neighborhood Council profusely thanks the students of John Marshall for their assistance staging this event.



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Our Public Safety Chair, Michael Maloney organized a CERT Training class for area residents. We’re proud to report back, 29 community members graduated from the 7-week CERT program!. Thank you to everyone who participated and congratulations. We feel much safer knowing those green helmets are out there!  













LFNC Candidate Forum Feb 15 at 6pm | John Marshall High School

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CERT Training with the LFNC and LAFD

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The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council will be hosting a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Training with the Los Angeles Fire Department starting January 7, 2015 through the next six (6) consecutive Wednesdays starting at 6:30pm and ending around 9pm at Our Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church, 2060 N. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027

The CERT Program is an all-risk, all-hazard training.  This valuable course is designed to help you protect yourself, your family, your neighbors, and your neighborhood in emergency situations.

CERT Members receive 17.5 hours of initial training, and this is free of charge within the city of Los Angeles to anyone 18 or over.

You can see the flyer below and for further details, please contact Michael Maloney at michael.maloney@losfeliznc.org.

Maloney + Reilly - CERT Training Flyer




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