Our community has been redistricted and will soon be represented by Assemblywoman Betsy Butler, after the June, 2012 election. In addition to our current Assemblyman, Mike Feuer, joining us at our Annual Meeting on October 9th, Assemblywoman Butler will come to meet her new constituents!
On a personal note, I have known Betsy for many years and she is wonderful. I am thrilled that we will soon be represented in Sacramento by this smart and passionate woman. You can learn more about her here:
We will also have various special guests from our local police, fire and California Highway Patrol, if you have any law enforcement-related questions.
See you at the Annual Meeting!!
Traffic Committee Chair
p.s. for more information about the Annual Meeting, take a look at this post:
From our dedicated Senior Lead Officer Chris Ragsdale, stay alert and report anything suspicious to the Watch Commander:
Please click this Community Alert Bulletin with suspect picture. Distribute to your respective homeowners associations, block clubs, neighborhood watch groups and neighbors.
To sign up for E-Policing, simply go to the link below and enter your home or work address and your email address. You will receive crime updates and Community Alert information from the Los Angeles Police Department. You may also view recent crimes that have occurred in the area on the LAPD website. To receive text alerts when critical information is sent sign up for Nixle. Feel free to print this out or share this information.
Contact me directly should you have any questions or concerns.
WATCH COMMANDER: 310-444-0701
All other City Services: 311
Posted by Social | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 21-09-2011
At the Annual Meeting of Glen Residents you can meet State Assemblymember Mike Feuer, City Council Member Paul Koretz, Senior Police Officers and Fire Fighters, plus State Senate staff – hear what is going on and voice your concerns. Refreshments served. As a member of the Residents Association you have a voice and a vote. Meet the people who are working diligently to uphold our quality of life – maybe volunteer for something yourself.
Sunday October 9, 3 – 5 pm
Les & Dorothy River Community Center
10409 Scenario LN.
I have received a very large power point presentation from Metro that updates the community on the improvements to the 405. It’s 62 pages total and I was not able to post the whole thing here. If you are interested in the whole document (10 MB), please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send it to you.
The improvements to the Sunset Bridge, including information about the closure of Sunset Blvd. are included in the three segments attached below.
If you have any questions, you can contact Metro’s community relations person for this segment, Olga Arroyo – her e-mail is email@example.com (not a typo, there are 2 o’s at the end of her e-mail address).
Here’s the Sunset Bridge portion of the presentation – I had to break it down into three segments to get it posted here. Closure information (between Sept. 30 and October 15) is listed in the final document (“sunset c”).