Posted by Social | Posted in Glen Fair, Uncategorized | Posted on 17-04-2012
Come join your friends and neighbors at the 52nd Annual Glen Fair
When: June 10th from Noon until 5pm
Where: 2200 Block of Beverly Glen Place
Volunteers for the fair are welcome. A lot of work goes into planning the community fair and
any time that you have to volunteer is welcome.
Please contact Sharalee Flesche 310-967-9025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to be put on the volunteer schedule.
Strengthen the community by renewing your Resident of Beverly Glen Membership. Having fun at the fair is just one of the many
benefits of membership!
Posted by Social | Posted in Garden Walk | Posted on 17-04-2012
Glen gardens are blooming this Sunday April 22nd at 1:30 pm at 10409 Scenario Lane home of the Les & Dorothy Rivers Community Center.
The weather forecast is Sunny and 75 so please be prepared with hats, sunscreen and plan to drink plenty of fluids.
See you Sunday, please call Sharalee at 310-967-9025 or email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Posted by Traffic | Posted in Community Messages, Emergency Preparedness, Traffic, Uncategorized, Zoning & Development | Posted on 13-04-2012
Most of the information below is accurate. Trimming should begin on Thursday, 4/19. Please abide by the No Parking signs or your car may be towed.
The Los Angeles Fire Department has hired a contractor to trim trees along Beverly Glen. The scheduled times and a description follows.
Your Traffic Committee Chair has discussed the impact on traffic and LAFD will be asking the contractor to do work on weekends on our side whenever possible, and not to set up in the morning until after 10 am, to avoid disrupting the morning commute. We believe they will make best efforts to keep traffic flowing when at all possible.
The planned segments for work (approx 2 days each) are as follows:
1. Parkwood to Greendale
2. Greendale to Hollybrush
3. Hollybrush to Fernbush
4. Fernbush to Crater
5. Crater to Caribou
6. Caribou to Seabury
7. Seabury to Ravenwood
8. Ravenwood to Nicada
9. Nicada to Beverly Glen Circle
10. Beverly Glen Circle to Mulholland
11. Sunset to Parkwood (fit in as traffic allows)
The trimming will be raising canopy up to 14 feet and in some places bringing the canopy back in places. There will be lots of raising of small branches and removal of dead wood. There will also be trimming back of hedges and other thick vegetation that extends into the roadway (e.g., ficus hedges, bamboo, etc.). The Fire Department has made every effort to accommodate protected tree species (e.g., oaks and sycamores) while cleaning up hazardous situations such as dead wood and peeling bark on eucalyptus trees. Volunteers from Residents of Beverly Glen have been working very closely with the Brush Clearance Unit to protect our beautiful tree canopy where possible.
For more information about the project, please contact the LAFD Brush Clearance Unit: John Novela, 818-778-4927.
Dear Garden Walk attendees,
We will gather at the LDRCC located at 10409 Scenario Lane at 1:30pm for a light lunch. Each home has happily agreed to provide additional refreshments as we progress through the canyon on our excursion.
Please be prepared with sun protection; hats or umbrellas and sunscreen. Comfortable safe walking shoes are a must.
Viretta is somewhat of a steep narrow street with several stairs leading up to the home. Perdido does have steps but handrails are not
in place. Children are welcome but need to be able to walk up steep trails while others may wish to bring walking sticks for assistance.
A special bonus this year is that Heidi Santschi of HEIDI SANTSCHI Garden Design, Inc. and a local glen resident has agreed to join us as our horticultural leader. This is a great addition to what we hope will be a horticulturally enlightening day!
The schedule is as follows:
Chis and Marydee Donnan’s property at 10453 Scenario Lane will wow us with a World War II bomb shelter that has been
converted into a wine cellar. The property also features bird baths and fountains in a lovely amphitheater hillside setting.
Todd Clark and Jama Laurent’s property at 2225 Beverly Glen Place also known as the Conservancy Garden is blossoming.
Jan Riggs property at 10319 Viretta Lane boasts a traditional Glen property while offering beautiful roses in a quaint setting.
David May’s property at 2519 Perdido Lane is 5 acres of orchards, cactus, and lush grounds. David has been a part of the Glen Garden Walk for several years and will provide us with information on the history and development of his labor of love. There will be an opportunity at
the end of the presentation to take a 30 minute round trip hike up to the ridge that overlooks Stone Canyon Reservoir.
David has kindly requested that cars are parked on Beverly Glen Blvd or Lower Perdido Lane
Please call Sharalee 310-967-9025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or suggestions.
Posted by Social | Posted in Glen Fair | Posted on 11-04-2012
Come to the fair and share your talents and/or sell your wares (must be hand-made).
Everything from fine arts, to plants, to olive oils and massages are invited.
There will be Exhibit space for our artists in “Gallery Row” and space for your
tables and displays on Beverly Glen Place. All ages are welcome.
Click below for the registration form that can be completed and returned
back to Residents of Beverly Glen. We are looking forward to a successful 52nd
Glen Fair. If you know of anyone that would be interested in participating,
please pass the information to them.
The fee for non-residents of Beverly Glen is $25 if paid by May
1st and $35 after May 1st so sign up early!
Rhoda Holabird will be traveling this spring and Halle Farocki of Beverly Glen Realty has volunteered to
coordinate the artists and vendors this year. Please contact Halle at
949-295-1212 or email email@example.com if you have questions.
Posted by Traffic | Posted in Community Messages, Traffic | Posted on 05-04-2012
The Mulholland Bridge will be closed frequently for night time work between April 4, 2012 and August 4, 2012.
Metro and their contractors are working to relocate utilities associated with the improvements to the 405.
For more information, please visit Metro’s website, http://www.metro.net/projects/i-405/. This site is updated regularly with all closures listed.
You can also learn more by downloading this informational flyer:
Be aware that the 405 Wilshire Blvd. on- and off-ramps will be closed for 30- to 90-day periods over the next several months. There are 8 on- and off-ramps and they will be closed in pairs. We will endeavor to bring you the most updated information possible, when available.
Thanks for driving courteously in the Glen!
Maxine is safely home.
Maxine is safely home.