Orange Tabby Cat Found on Scenario Lane

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Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Community Messages | Posted on 20-12-2014

Orange Tabby Cat found on Scenario Lane.

Contact Sudi Gooch to claim the cat: sudigooch@gmail.com

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ROBG Board Meeting Tonight

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Posted by VP | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 08-12-2014

Please join us tonight for the last regular meeting of the ROBG Board of Directors of 2014. We meet at 7:30 p.m. at the LDRCC. The agenda can be accessed here: ROBG Agenda 12-08-14 We hope to see you there.

Annual Holiday Party Tonight December 7th 5pm-7pm

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Posted by Social | Posted in Holiday Party | Posted on 07-12-2014

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It’s that time of year again to celebrate the holidays tonight at 5pm-7pm at the Les and Dorothy River Community Center at 10409 Scenario Lane.

There will be plenty of time to mingle with friends and neighbors and sample delicious holiday fare. Food donations are
welcome for items that are festive for the holidays.

Beverly Glen Market has agreed to provide the non-alcoholic beverages and Beverly Glen Realty will continue its tradition of the wine tasting table.

There will be holiday movies for the kids and other crafty activities. Jadon Friedberg will entertain us at his DJ Booth. Shayne
Warnken and Noah Harris our local favorite musicians will be performing. We have another local musical duo “Punk Beat” (Declan Lightfoot and Alex Pitcher) that will perform prior to Shayne and Noah. Councilman Paul Koretz will also be in attendance.

I look forward to continuing the traditions established by the Residents of Beverly Glen.

Please feel free to call me at 310-967-9025 or email social@beverlyglen.org

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Sharalee Flesche, Social Chair

The Residents of Beverly Glen Holiday Party Sunday December 7th 5pm-7pm

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Posted by Social | Posted in Holiday Party | Posted on 04-12-2014

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It’s that time of year again to celebrate the holidays on Sunday December 7th from 5pm-7pm at the Les and Dorothy River Community Center at 10409 Scenario Lane.

There will be plenty of time to mingle with friends and neighbors and sample delicious holiday fare. Food donations are
welcome for items that are festive for the holidays and the chilly time of year so break out the cookbooks and the family traditions.

Beverly Glen Market has agreed to provide the non-alcoholic beverages and Beverly Glen Realty will continue its tradition of the wine tasting table.

There will be holiday movies for the kids and other crafty activities. Jadon Friedberg will entertain us at his DJ Booth. Shayne
Warnken and Noah Harris our local favorite musicians will be performing. We have another local musical duo “Punk Beat” that will perform prior to Shayne and Noah.

I look forward to continuing the traditions established by the Residents of Beverly Glen. If there is anything that anyone would like to suggest your recommendations are welcome; after all it’s your party!

Please feel free to call me at 310-967-9025 or email social@beverlyglen.org

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Sharalee Flesche, Social Chair

How to prevent flooding if you live on a canyon road in Southern California

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Posted by Editor & Public Communications | Posted in Community Messages, Emergency Preparedness | Posted on 03-12-2014

Beverly Glen Flooding - 1952

Beverly Glen flooding in 1952 (Photo: USC Archives)

If you live on a canyon road, viagra sales look chances are you will experience some mild to severe flooding during heavy rains. This is especially true if you live in Southern California where we either have drought or heavy rains. We have never had an average rainfall ever. It’s all or nothing.

If you live on a canyon road such as Laurel, sildenafil ambulance Benedict, shop Coldwater, Beverly Glen….you know they drain all the rain, water, mud, debris from the entire mountain down these few main roads. All the top roads such as Mulholland and sides roads lead and drain to these roads. The goal is for the water to drain down the road. You do not want to block the flow of the water down the road. Below are some tips on how to minimize flooding for you and your neighbors.

1. If your trash cans are on the street, bring them onto your property. They block the flow of water going down the hill. They also cause debris to accumulate and block the flow of water. This causes the street to flood. Your cans can also get swept down the road. Legally they should only be on the road from 6 pm the night before trash pickup to 6 pm the next day.

2. If you see debris in your gutter, pick it up and put it in the trash. Otherwise it will block the flow of water causing flooding.

3. If you live near one of the storm drains, keep it clear. Yes, it’s not your trash stuck in there blocking the flow of water but it will cause YOUR house to flood. The key again is to keep the water flowing down the hill and into the storm drains if need be.

4. If your car is parked on the main canyon road, put it in your garage, carport, driveway, anywhere but on the main canyon road. It blocks debris and water flow. Your car can also be hit by a hydroplaning driver. It can even be swept down the road in heavy rains.

5. If after all of this the road is flooding and water is about to go into your driveway then your home, have sandbags ready. They are free at the fire stations or get some at Home Depot. Always have them on hand. You can also have sand on hand. In emergency fill with dirt, rocks, place bricks on top to keep the bags in place.

6. Always have an emergency plan and kit in place. Have an emergency kit with flash lights, water… Have one for your pets as well.

7. You may lose power in a flood. This is where head lamps, flash lights come in handy. Remember you can charge your cell phone in your car. Hopefully the cell tower has not lost power. If it has, you may have to drive down to Sunset to get reception from a tower with power.

Most importantly, keep an eye out for your neighbor. Know your neighbors’ names, numbers… Please do your part to prepare by clearing the street.