Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Community Messages, Traffic | Posted on 09-10-2014
According to the new law, a driver must allow three feet of distance when overtaking or passing a bicyclist. If three feet is not available, a driver must then slow to a safe speed and pass when no danger is present.
“As important as it is for vehicles to be mindful of our bicyclists, those who ride must exercise safe practices and ride smart,” added Commissioner Farrow. “With both drivers and bicyclists doing their part, we can help reduce the number of tragedies involving bicyclists.”
The “Three-Feet-for-Safety-Act” will become effective on September 16, 2014.
Posted by VP | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 09-08-2014
Please join us at 7:30 p.m. at the LDRCC for our monthly ROBG Board Meeting. The agenda for tonight’s meeting can be found here: ROBG Agenda 9-8-2014
Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Glenite | Posted on 09-05-2014
The Fall 2014 issue of the Glenite is now available online here: The Glenite – Fall 2014
Please join us for the 2014 ROBG Annual Meeting on Sunday October 5th from 2 to 4PM!
Posted by Social | Posted in Annual Meeting, Events | Posted on 08-27-2014
Sunday October 5th from 2pm until 4pm is the Annual Residents of Beverly Glen Meeting at the Les and Dorothy River Community Center located at 10409 Scenario Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90077.
Come meet some of our local Police and Fire Representatives. Hear from your Councilman Paul Koretz and Field Deputies from District 5. Find out what is new in your community and what you can do to help.
Food will be served courtesy of the Residents of Beverly Glen Board donations. Wine will be served courtesy of Beverly Glen Realty and other beverages will be served courtesy of the Glen Market at Crater Lane. Come spend the afternoon with your community and enjoy!
The current board members of the Residents of Beverly Glen are hopeful that many of our residents will be inspired to contribute some time and energy to our community. Take a moment and consider volunteering for a committee or the Board. It is fun – and meaningful.
If you haven’t renewed your Residents of Beverly Glen Membership the Annual Meeting is a perfect time to do so.
Please Email Agenda Items and or Requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
*The Residents of Beverly Glen Board meets the second Monday of every month at 7:30 pm at the Les and Dorothy River Community Center 10409 Scenario Lane, Los Angeles, CA 90077. All residents are welcome!
Posted by VP | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 08-11-2014
Please join the Residents of Beverly Glen for its regular monthly meeting, tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the LDRCC. The agenda will be available at the meeting.
We hope to see you there.
Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Community Messages, Traffic | Posted on 07-29-2014
Avoid the area at Sunset between Hilgard & Veteran due to a Water Main Break. Extremely heavy traffic. Jammed in all directions.
Live coverage on KTLA.
Posted by VP | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 07-12-2014
Notice: the regularly scheduled July 14, 2014 meeting of the Residents of Beverly Glen is canceled. The next meeting will take place as scheduled on Monday, August 11, 2014. The agenda will be posted prior to the meeting.
Have a safe and enjoyable summer!
Posted by Traffic | Posted in Traffic | Posted on 06-19-2014
The Residents of Beverly Glen, Inc. will be holding a Traffic Forum on Thursday, June 26, 2014, from 7:30-9:00pm at the Dorothy and Les River Community Center at 10409 Scenario Lane, 90077. All residents are encouraged to attend to voice their concerns about traffic-related issues in the Glen and discuss possible solutions. Captain and Commanding Officer of the LAPD West Los Angeles Patrol Division, Rolando Solano, is expected to attend. We hope to see you there.
Posted by VP | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 06-09-2014
Please join the Residents of Beverly Glen for its regular monthly meeting, tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the LDRCC. The meeting agenda can be found here: ROBG Agenda 6-09-2014
We hope to see you there.
Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Community Messages | Posted on 06-02-2014
Protect your home from Residential Burglary. A common MO that has been occurring is suspects who typically knock or ring the doorbell to verify if the resident is home. When there is no answer, the suspects enter the side or rear of the residence and force entry by smashing the window or door glass to gain entry. Suspects are targeting the master bed and bath areas of the home and removing Jewelry and small electronics.
If you are home when someone knocks on the door or rings the doorbell, announce yourself to let them know that someone is home but do not open the door unless you verify who they are and you know the person at the door.
Another Burglary trend that has been occurring is construction thefts and break ins. Items of value being targeted are construction tools, equipment, appliances and building materials. If you observe after hours suspicious activity at a construction site or major remodel location, call 911 immediately!
The Los Angeles Police Department recommends the following tips to help secure your home and harden the target.
- ALARMS: Ensure that security alarms are in good working order and set when not at home whether leaving for 10 minutes or 10 hours.
- ALARM RESPONSE: Consider a private patrol alarm response to enhance your current alarm and security system. In many cases private patrols are already contracted in many neighborhoods or associations.
- SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS: Web based surveillance camera systems will allow homeowners to view and monitor activity from any smartphone or computer which are motion sensor activated and will alert your device when there is activity. They also lend valuable information and clues to the investigation.
- GATES: Ensure that all gates and access points to the side or rear of the residence are locked and secured.
- DOOR AND WINDOW LOCKS: Ensure that all doors and windows are locked and secured with sturdy secured locks and that there are second locking mechanisms securing all doors and windows as a second line of defense.
- MAKE IT LOOK LIKE YOU’RE HOME…Even when you’re not.
- NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH: Monitor suspicious activities in your neighborhood and alert your neighbors. Should the activity escalate to a crime about to occur, crime in progress or crime that just occurred, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY!
- SECURITY PATROLS: Consider after hours on site security at construction sites or major remodel projects. Many neighborhoods contract with private security patrols which monitor neighborhoods and can quickly respond to burglar alarm activations or reports of suspicious activity when they occur.
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