Goals: Reduce graffiti, add a dog park, and pursue other initiatives to beautify Granada Hills.

2019 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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July July 25, 2019  
2018 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2017 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2016 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2015 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2014 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2010 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2009 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2008 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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2007 Beautification Committee Agendas Beautification Committee Minutes
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October October 8, 2007 October 8, 2007

Graffiti Watch Program
The committee is launching a Graffiti Watch program. Your help is needed to stop graffiti now.
When you see graffiti, contact Your Local “Graffiti Watchers” and Have Graffiti Removed in 48 Hours:

· Call 311
· Or, County Supervisor (graffiti in flood control
channels) at 818.993.5170
· Or, Councilman Grieg Smith’s Office
at 818.756.8501
· Or, Submit a graffiti removal request online
at www.lacity.org/bpw/OCS/grsr.htm

Graffiti Watch Flyer

Shopping Cart Nuisance Abatement
The Beautification Committee has identified abandoned shopping carts as a significant neighborhood nuisance at their October 8, 2007 meeting. They proposed a resolution which was subsequently approved by the board at the October 11, 2007 board meeting. The resolution has been sent to Councilman Greig Smith’s office to be introduced to the City Council. The resolution calls for actions to reduce abandoned shopping carts including:

· Requiring stores to install systems to lock
wheels upon removal from the store lot or coin operated cart
use devices.
· Requiring carts to have store phone numbers
on them.
· Abandoned carts would be impounded.
· Taking a cart would be illegal.

Read the entire Abandoned Shopping Cart Resolution.