Code Enforcement Training


Posted by ROBGWebsite | Posted in Neighborhood Council | Posted on 15-11-2010

From our friends at the North East Central Alliance of Neighborhood Councils:

Wednesday, Nov, 17, 6-8pm 


All interested community leaders and neighborhood activists are invited to attend the Nov. 17 meeting of NECA — the North East Central Alliance of Neighborhood Councils: 

 The City of Los Angeles’ Bureau of Street Services, Investigation and Enforcement Division, will present a training session to help you learn safe, appropriate, legal and effective ways to work with the City in protecting and improving your neighborhood’s quality of life. 


Find out about the C.L.E.A.N. Team — Community Leaders Educating and Assisting Neighborhoods — helping stakeholders and residents with the identification and documentation of common quality of life problems in their communities, such as illegal signs, illegal dumping, trash can violations, illegal encroachments, and other illegal uses of the public right of way. 


In addition, Luis Bocaletti, (of the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy and the Alliance for Healthy and Responsible Grocery Stores) will discuss “food deserts” — communities lacking stores that provide affordable, healthy food — and related grassroots and governmental efforts to achieve change.

 Wednesday, November 17, 2010, 6:00 pm – 8 pm
Russian Orthodox Church Meeting Hall
650 Micheltorena Street (in Silver Lake), L.A. 90026
South of Sunset Blvd., between Marathon & Bellevue
Parking is free and available in Church parking lot

If possible, please RSVP with NECA/Paul Michael Neuman by sharing your name and neighborhood affiliation: or (323) 662-3123.

Comments (2)

As chairman of Zoning for RoGB, I did not join RoGB so that we could operate vigilante committies! It is difficult enough to keep harmony between neighborhoods without them spying on each other.

I am in complete disagreement with this activity. I am sure most of the residences came her to “get away form it all” not to be spied on and harassed. If this committee continues, I am sure that we can get some grass roots political action to get rid of it.

That is a very delicate issue, in one sense we do have a need for privacy, in another sense, developers and owners abuse the low resources of the City and get away with things such that its up to residents. Great comment!

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