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24 Years Later, the Lesson Remains the Same

It was this week 24 years ago that residents of Los Angeles awoke to one of the most severe earthquakes to ever strike our region. The Northridge Earthquake resulted in 57 lives lost, over 8700 injuries, tens of billions of dollars in damage, and reminded us all of the precarious geography of our city. It was in the wake of this destruction and terrible loss that Los Angeles came together like never before. We rebuilt, strengthened our building codes, instituted mandatory retrofits, and developed partnerships with the scientific community to keep residents safe in the event of the next earthquake. However, no matter how much we do collectively to prepare,...

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LAPD Chief Charlie Beck Retires Early Following Year of Scandal

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck will retire after nearly a decade at the helm, he announced today Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck will retire, he announced today. After serving 40 years with the Los Angeles Police Department, the city’s top cop said he will step down in June. Beck oversaw major changes at the department during his tenure as well as some of the most dramatic moments in department history, including last year’s cadet scandal and the murderous rampage and manhunt of former officer Christopher Dorner. He ushered in the era of police body cameras and was...

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Volunteer for the 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count!

Every January we embark on a three-day mission to count our homeless neighbors. We need your help in this effort. LAHSA is looking for thousands of volunteers throughout Los Angeles County to participate in the 2018 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count, January 23-25. To sign up to volunteer, go to theycountwillyou.org. You can also help us spread the word. Click here for Homeless Count promotional materials where you’ll find flyers (in Spanish, English and Korean), social media friendly graphics and more. Volunteering is safe, easy and requires no advance training. A few hours of your time will help us gather data to best address the needs...

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Granada Hills Emergency Plan Event – February 1

THIS COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE! Before – During – After Mark Your Calendar Thursday, February 1st, 2018 Granada Hills Emergency Plan. We are all aware of the possibility of earthquakes, but did you know that the San Andreas Fault is responsible for a major earthquake every 150 years? We are now 150 years overdue. Needless to say, we live in uncertain times. In addition to earthquakes we need to be concerned with an ever more increasing number of tornadoes in California, fires, the threat of terrorism, global warming, and even North Korea to mention a few. The Neighborhood Council...

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Granada Hills Community Forum for the Los Angeles General Plan

Thursday, January 18, 2018, at 7:00PM St. Euphrasia School Auditorium 17637 Mayerling St Granada Hills, CA 91344 Help Shape the Future of Los Angeles The Neighborhood Councils of Granada Hills want YOUR input on the update to the General Plan for the City of Los Angeles. We will be soliciting community feedback on: – Long-Term Growth – Air Quality – Conservation – Housing – Mobility – Noise – Open Space – Public Services and Recreation – Safety – Anything YOU think is...

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