During these challenging financial times, both for our stakeholders and for the City of Los Angeles, the
Chatsworth Neighborhood Council watches every penny of our annual $50,000 in funding.
The Council is make up of volunteers who are elected to act as your liaison to Councilman Greig Smith, the mayor and other city officials.
We vote to spend as much of our
allotment as possible for the betterment of Chatsworth by supporting an array of community organizations
Here is just a partial sampling of the ways we have reached out during the six years since the Council's founding:
$20,000 to help buy property surrounding Stoney Point, a city
historic landmark, to preserve as city parkland.
every public school within our boundaries with enrichment programs, computers
and reading gardens for elementary schools.
CERT, CPR and first aid classes.
display cabinets for the Chatsworth Historical Society museum and
storage cabinets for the Chatsworth library.
MLB-type stadium seating for the 2-time national championship
Chatsworth High School boys' baseball team and an indoor
electronic scoreboard for Chatsworth Park South.
sponsor a youth sports and recreation information fair.
the Day of the Horse celebration each year, as well as countless
community clean-up events.
an equestrian and pet chip-a-thon to help identify lost animals with microchips.
chairs for a senior-center exercise program, American flags for a
VFW memorial, an electronic speed sign on Mason Avenue and children's library
2 wall-size, museum-quality original artworks of our historic
landscape on display inside the Train Depot.
a water tank for Save Chatsworth which established a new park at the north end of Canoga Avenue, then
informational kiosks and replacement fencing after the 2008 Sesnon fire
damaged the area.
the library at a local boys' home, including new study carrels
refrigerators, a commercial-grade ice maker and GPS units for our fire stations, office chairs for
LAPD detectives and helped refurbish the Devonshire Division LAPD gym.
we also proudly provided about 1,000 full meals for LAPD officers and other first-responders on
duty in the 48 hours after the 2008 Metrolink crash.
send this electronic newsletter to about 1,500 stakeholders. In our
"spare time," we conducted a "Be Safe, Be Seen"
safety campaign with free nighttime flashers for pedestrians, equestrians and
bicyclists. We attracted 400 entries this year for the children's
safety poster contest in conjunction with the Day of the Horse. We
enter a float in the Chatsworth Holiday Parade each year. We have an
extremely active Land Use Committee and attend a multitude of
Planning Commission hearings each year.
Chatsworth Neighborhood Council
Your Neighborhood Council Meets
Join us at 7 p.m., at Lawrence Middle School, 10100 Variel Ave., for the meeting and light refreshments.
There will be short presentations on:
-- The LA Floodplain Management
Plan, which allows stakeholders and business owners to buy discounted
-- And the
LA Alternative Technologies project, which will help divert waste from
Bring your questions and civic announcements.
THE COUNCIL SYSTEM
|About the Council
The mission of the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council is to provide an open forum for public discussion of issues concerning the Chatsworth community and to facilitate communication between the City of Los Angeles and Community Stakeholders.
Map of Chatsworth Neighborhood Council boundaries. Click here.
|When We Meet
All volunteer committees meet monthly. Meetings begin at 7 p.m. at the Chatsworth Train Depot at
10038 Old Depot Plaza Road, Chatsworth, unless otherwise noted.
CNC Board at Lawrence Middle School, 10100 Variel Ave.
2nd Tuesday: Beautification.
2nd Wednesday: Equestrian.
3rd Tuesday:Public Safety & Transportation.
3rd Wednesday: Enhancements.
3rd Thursday: Land Use.
4th Tuesday: Outreach
Check the CNC website for last-minute changes.
Terrorism Response Exercise Planned
Terrorism Awareness and Response Exercise on May 9 will be a
combination of training and simulation geared to preparing for and
responding to a terrorist takeover at a school.
Participants will learn how to assist rather than
efforts to protect their children in such situations. Stakeholders can then take
back to their families and businesses what they have learned.Law enforcement
and other agencies will be participating under the coordination of the FBI and
its InfraGard program. The exercise will take place 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. at
El Rancho High School, 6501 S. Passons
Blvd., Pico Rivera. Online registration opens
April 6. Go tohttp://cawnps.org and click on
the Event Registration icon. For more information email FBI Special
Agent Regina Miles or call (310) 692-9802.
STARTING APRIL 18
When In Doubt,
Dial It Out
New phone numbers in the San Fernando Valley will have a "747" area code starting May 18.
On April 18, all phone calls from
within the "818" area code will require the caller to first dial
area code," even when calling other "818" numbers.
The new area code change will not affect the cost of a phone call.
questions or complaints about the area code change please call your
phone service provider, or the Area Code Hotline at (866) 340-6147.
Are You Ready for Water Rationing?
How will city water rationing affect you? Join with our friends at the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council to learn the answer, 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 7 at Shepherd of
the Hills Church, 19700 Rinaldi St., Porter Ranch.
The speaker will be Nance
Services Manager for the
Los Angeles Department
of Water and Power
Division. Ms. Walker-Bonnelli
has more than 27 years with DWP and is responsible for field investigations, revenue security, Owens Valley customer service and the
Water Conservation Team
(formerly known as the
Come find out about how
proposed DWP Water
Rationing will affect
HELP IS AVAILABLE
Pick Up the Phone
Need help with your mortgage? Call (888) 89-LA NHS, email email@example.com or see http://www.lanhs.org/.
County Offers Foreclosure Aid: The County's Department of Consumer Affairs is offering a variety of information and assistance for homeowners and
property owners at risk of foreclosure, trying to refinance, or
otherwise navigating through today's economic turbulence.
more detailed information on the range of homeowner-related programs
and services the department offers, visit the Homes page.
Beware of Property-Tax Scams: Beware of firms
charging a hefty fee to "assist" area homeowners in filing property
assessment reduction forms. You can download them free, here: Change in Assessment form, and visit the County's Assessment Appeals page
for full details on all aspects of property assessment, including
proposed reductions. Property owners can also call toll-free (888)
807-2111 for assistance.
Gas Co. Has Energy Aid: For information on the Gas Company's bill assistance programs, visit www.SocalGas.com/assistance, or call toll-free at (800) 427-2200. For energy saving tips, click HERE.
KEEP IT GREEN
Here's Where You Can Recycle LocallyVons Shopping Center
20440 Devonshire St.Valley Recycling Center
20220 Plummer St.,
21250 Nordhoff St.,
West Valley Alliance (graffiti removal)
Police Tipoff Line
L.A. City Infoline
The City has a Zero Waste
team soliciting opinions on how to reduce solid waste.
Find out how you can participate.
Zero waste brochure
Bureau of Sanitation
The BOS is working to
convert our solid waste into renewable energy.
Read the brochure
.Be Prepared for
the 'Big One'
This is the 150th
anniversary of the last great San Andreas Earthquake.
Dare to Prepare is a campaign to prepare for the next
big quake. Find out what you can do at the
Dare to Prepare site
. Read the
Free Shade Trees
You can get free shade trees through DWP.
Read about the Trees for a Green LA program
DWP Residential Energy and
Water Saving Programs
The DWP offers incentives to recycle your old
refrigerator and buy an energy efficient one. Other
appliance incentives are available too. Receive $100
toward an ultra low flush toilet. Read about DWP rebates
Online Service Requests
can place service requests for street repair, tree trimming,
downed trees or palm fronds in the street
is a service provided by the
Bureau of Street Services
Property Activity Reports
Did you know that you
can view all permit requests for a property online?
to access the City's online reporting
system. Enter in the address and view the permits.
This is a service
provided by the
Department of Building and Safety
--Adapted from the PRNC newsletter.
Chatsworth Neighborhood Council
Post Office Box 3395
Chatsworth, CA 91313-3395
Ph: (818) 464-3511
Fax: (818) 464-3585
Complete CNC activities calendar:
Complete community events calendar:
|SATURDAY, APRIL 18
Chatsworth to Celebrate
Annual 'Day of the Horse'
A Free, Fun Day for the Whole Family
Jamie Saylor takes a jump at last year's event.
[Photo / Beverly Mills]
By Steve ColumbusChairman, Equestrian Committee
Chatsworth Neighborhood Council's 6th Annual Day of the Horse
is Saturday, April 18 -- a free, fun day for the whole family.
The 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. festival at
Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship, 21126
Chatsworth St., just
east of Canoga
Avenue, celebrates the equestrian lifestyle, Chatsworth's western heritage and the special services
that Ride On provides to the disabled. In addition, prizes will be awarded to local students for best equine-safety posters (see story below).
Street parking, admission and lunch are free, although lunch donations are
There will be demonstrations
and vendor booths. This year the award-winning Blue Shadows
Drill Team will be performing as well as the Valley Vaulters. There
will be demonstrations of jumping and dressage. For the first time, HQ Troop Second
Squadron 11th Cavalry Regiment will have an encampment on
the property. They will also be performing some military maneuvers.
Children will have a stick
horse competition, always one of the cutest events. The children
decorate their stick horses and then
"ride." Some may even go over a small jump.
Bring your camera for this one.
Guinness, the world's largest horse at 23 hands,
will be back again this year as well.
There will be a demonstration by the Chatsworth High School Equestrian Team. Also see dressage by Gioia Lamendolathe, the Ride On Riders, horse chiropractic and gaited
food and exhibits, as well as the Disaster Animal Response Team and equestrian crafts.
offers therapeutic horsemanship to children and adults with physical and mental
disabilities. They also have lessons for able-bodied siblings and the general
public. The non-profit
group was founded in 1994.
For more information, check the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council website http://chatsworthcouncil.org
. For information on Ride On, see http://www.rideon.org
For general information
contact Steve Columbus at (818) 300-1469.
Overall winner by John Francis of St. John Eudes School.
400 Students Enter Artwork
In Equestrian Poster Contest
4th-Grader John Francis Is Top Winner
By Mary KaufmanEquestrian Committee
More than 400 works of art were entered in Ari's Safety Poster Contest
this year, up by 100 over last year.
This year the winning trophy returns to St. John Eudes School where overall winner is John Francis, a
4th grader. His artwork is truly outstanding, judges said. He wins prize money, a ribbon, and gets his
name engraved on the perpetual trophy which his school displays for
Last year, the trophy was won by Ashlee Macalino, who is also a
student at St. John Eudes School. Ashlee said that she is going to
put her prize money toward trip expenses when her school
travels to New York to perform at Madison Square Garden.
Schools with students participating included:
Chatsworth Park Elementary School, Germain Street School, Chatsworth
Hills Academy, St. John Eudes, Sierra Canyon School and Lawrence Middle
School. This was the first year that Chatsworth Hills Academy joined
the contest. They submitted some amazing watercolors, judges said.
The posters were judged in three divisions:
Kindergarten through second grade, third grade through fifth grade and
the last division is the middle school division.
Special Artistic Award went to Kenneth Ferman of Lawrence
The Kindergarten through 2nd
Grade Division had the following winners:
Naomi Ogden, 1st grade, Sierra Canyon School.
Megan Lee, 2nd grade, Germain Street School.
Natalie Estrada, 1st grade, a Chatsworth stakeholder.
Tanyer Lameh, Kindergarten, Chatsworth
Park Elementary School.
Third through 5th
Grade Division had the following winners:
Jacqueline Villanueva, 4th grade, Germain
Grant De Grasse, 5th grade, Chatsworth Park Elementary
Amanda Lee, 3rd grade, a Chatsworth stakeholder.
Joyanne Tracy, 4th grade, Chatsworth Park Elementary School.
The Middle School Division had
the following students as winners:
Sergio Maldonado, Lawrence Middle School.
Jacqueline Morris, St. John Eudes.
Monique Moe, Lawrence Middle School.
Lawrence Middle School.
Alexandra Jakob, Sierra Canyon School
Ben Amiel, Sierra Canyon School
Cameron Choi, Chatsworth Hills Academy
Charlotte Harrison, Chatsworth Hills
Erin Valdez, Lawrence Middle School
James Duran, Chatsworth Park Elementary
Kaylee Kasimian, Chatsworth Hills
Kruti Patel, Chatsworth Park
Matthew Boerner, Chatsworth Hills
Samantha Mejia, Lawrence Middle
Shylah Bucher, 1st Grade, Sierra
Stephanie Maldonado, Lawrence Middle
The judges said it was difficult to decide which entries were the best. From a judging standpoint, they looked at the message the poster was trying to convey as well as
the art work. Judging was performed by the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council
Equestrian committee and guests.
The winning posters will be on display at the 6th Annual Chatsworth Day of the
Sponsors of the Ari Student Poster Contest include: Councilman Greig
Smith, Supervisor Michael Antonovich, Andy Dack, Sierra Canyon School,
Jennifer Hughes of Peppertree Ranch, ETI Corral 54, Paula Weiser, Nat's
West Inc., Marcella Gardner, Laminate It! and Sybil Adler.
|SIGNS OF THE TIMES
[Photo / Saul Daniels]
PARKED -- Advertisements mounted on unhitched trailers line Devonshire Street and other throughfares in Chatsworth. The wheeled billboards are considered vehicles under the traffic laws enabling them to be parked along the curb. They must, however, be moved every 72 hours -- even a few feet -- to stay within the law.
Did You Get a CERT Class Confirmation?
You May Have to Register Again
There seems to have been an Internet glitch in some of reservations to attend the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council's free Community Emergency
Response Team (CERT) class.
If you made an email reservation to attend, but did NOTreceive a confirmation, please telephone the Council's Voicemail at (818) 464-3511 and leave your name, email address and telephone number.
There are only a few seats left, so a waiting list may be necessary. The Council wants to encourage everyone
to learn how to help themselves, their loved ones, neighbors or
co-workers in the event of a disaster.
The 17.5-hour CERT course is
taught by instructors from LA City Fire Department. The course
will introduce up to 90 participants to earthquake preparedness, fire suppression,
first aid, triage and basic search and rescue techniques
that include hands-on practice. The Council has previously offered CERT, CPR and First Aid classes.
The CERT course is normally seven sessions. However, this class will be offered on six Monday evenings, May
4, May 11, May 18, June 1, June 8 and June 15, from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
at the Chatsworth Mobile Home Park Clubhouse, 21500 Lassen St., just south of the Chatsworth Train Depot. There will be no class on Memorial Day. Participants can make arrangements to attend makeup classes at another location if they miss any in Chatsworth.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 464-3511. Leave your name, phone number and email address. Registration will be on a first-registered-first-served basis.
FEED THE HUNGRY ON MAY 3
Citrus Sunday to Yield Harvest of Plenty
The Chatsworth Neighborhood Council is joining with other community groups for Councilman Greig Smith's 4th Annual Citrus Sunday, May 3.
Help the hungry when you pick extra citrus from trees in your yard.
Put the washed fruit in plastic bags. Drop it off at either Chatsworth Fire Station between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Fruit will
be donated to area food banks. Station 107 is at 20225 Devonshire St. Station 96 is at 21800 Marilla St.
If you have fruit trees but are unable to pick, call (818) 756-8501 for assistance.
Volunteers from the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council will be
on hand to assist stakeholders arriving to drop off fruit. Northridge
East, Northridge West, Granada Hills North, Granada Hills South, and
West Hills Neighborhood Councils as well as the San Fernando Valley
Jaycees have agreed to "adopt" Fire Stations that will serve as fruit
For more information, see www.CD12.org or call (818) 756-8501.
|DONATE ON MAY 9
Postal Carriers Will Pick Up Food Parcels
By Pamela M.
United States Postal Service, Chatsworth
Every year, the United States Postal
Service puts on their Food Drive in May. This year
that will be Saturday, May 9th.
The food that is gathered is distributed to area
food banks, helping those in our own community. All you
need do is put non-perishable food in a bag and leave it by your
mailbox. The carriers will pick it up when they deliver the mail.
year it is particularly important because of the state of the economy.
I understand there are a lot of people out there who are struggling to
make ends meet, but there are also a lot of people who can't even afford
to eat. I encourage any and all support on your part.
|CELEBRATE EARTH DAY
Hike Chatsworth Reservoir on April 5
The Chatsworth Nature Preserve and Reservoir is open to the
public one day a year. This year you can visit 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday, April 5. It's a free family event.
Hikes will be led by Audubon or other groups, according to the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy. There will be Chumash story telling at the Ceremonial Circle,
guided nature hikes around the lake to
view the more than 200 bird species, and a host of plants and animals.
Bring a picnic lunch, a blanket or small folding chairs, and wear your hiking boots. Be prepared to carry out all of your trash.
Finding the Chatsworth Nature Preserve: Go west about one-half mile on Plummer Street from Topanga Canyon Boulevard. The gate is on the south side of the street, parking is along the road outside of the gate. Map.
|VISIT THE HOMESTEAD ACRE
Raise Your Pinky Finger
for High Tea at the Garden Festival
Mark your calendar for the Chatsworth Historical Society's Annual Garden Festival on Sunday, April 26.
highlight of the day is the
Duchess of Devonshire's High Tea served
from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the beautiful gardens at the Homestead Acre, Chatsworth Park South, 10385 Shadow Oak
will be arts and crafts, gardening, food booths, demonstrations, the
Polynesian Dance Revue, a quilting display and more. Proceeds benefit
the Chatsworth Historical Society. $4 donation requested. High tea is $7.
Free parking is available at
the Chatsworth Train Depot and there will be free
shuttle buses to the festival from 11 a.m. to 4 pm. The Homestead
Acre is located within Chatsworth Park South at the end of Devonshire
Street, west of Topanga Canyon Boulevard. The rest of the park remains closed.
For more information call (818) 882-5614.
|CHATSWORTH PARK SOUTH UPDATE
Funds Found to Map Park for Cleanup
More than a year after Chatsworth Park South was closed because of
lead traces found in the soil, city officials told the Daily News that funding has been
secured to map out the areas that need to be cleaned.
The popular San Fernando Valley park closed last year on
Valentine's Day and has remained shut after state toxics regulators
warned of a positive test for lead. The park used to be the site of a
Meanwhile, the deteriorated recreation center gym floor has been replaced. The $100,000 repair was funded through Proposition K
indebtedness, said Megan Cottier, field deputy for Councilman Greig
Now the 80-acre park must undergo a "characterization
study," to be approved by the state Department of Toxic Substances
Control, before cleanup begins, the Daily News reported.
"The challenge has been funding," said city Recreation and Parks spokeswoman Jane Kolb.
city was able to secure $250,000 to begin the characterization study.
More money will have to be secured to clean up the park.
There is still no target date for
reopening the gym and the park, Cottier said. Elsewhere,
portions of Mason Park are scheduled to close this month to
replace the sprinkler system.
Chatsworth Farmer's Market
Every Saturday. 4-8 p.m., St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, 20121 Devonshire St. Farmer's Market features pony rides, petting zoo, jumpers, hot food, sweets, live entertainment, and fresh vegetables and fruit.
Visit Chatsworth Reservoir
This unspoiled preserve is open to the public one day a year. Visit on Sunday, April 5 for docent-led
tours. See native plants and various species
of birds which inhabit the area. Picnic under 500-year-old oak trees
and hear the history of the decommissioned reservoir. Take blankets to sit on,
food and water to snack on. Sun-block is recommended. Be aware
that refuse must be packed out so that the area is protected. For entry, head southeast from the intersection of Woolsey Canyon Road and Valley Circle Boulevard. Map.
Online registration opens
April 6. Go to
http://cawnps.org and click on
the Event Registration icon. For more information email FBI Special
Agent Regina Miles or call (310) 692-9802. The exercise will take place 8:30
a.m. to 4 p.m. at El Rancho High School, 6501 S. Passons
Blvd., Pico Rivera.
How will city water rationing affect you? Join with our friends at the
Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council to learn the answer, 7 p.m., Tuesday,
April 7 at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 19700 Rinaldi St., Porter
Feel Taxed? See a Free Family Movie
Forget your tax troubles and take time off to laugh with the classic comedy "Ma and Pa Kettle," 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 15, St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, 20121 Devonshire St. Details, (818) 360-7460
Gratuities from dinner at the Claim Jumper Restaurant in Northridge, 5 - 9 p.m., Thursday, April 16, will benefit the Special Olympics. Local police officers will wait tables. 9429 Tampa Ave. Details: Call David Bush (818) 599-3538 or email R2493@earthlink.net.
Day of the Horse
The 6th Annual Day of the Horse celebration sponsored by the Chatsworth Neighborhood Council, will be 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday, April 18, at Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship, 21126 Chatsworth St. Admission is free. Click HERE for details.
Valley Youth Olympics
The Valley Korean American Parents Association's 12th Annual Valley Youth Olympics will be 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, April 18, at Chatsworth High School, 10027 Lurline Ave. Details, email Jenny Park at email@example.com or call (818) 632-3979.
Giant Book Sale
10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday, April 18. Sponsored by Friends of the Chatsworth Library. Hardcovers $1, paperbacks 50-cents, children's books 3
for $1. 21052 Devonshire St.
New Dialing Rules
Starting on Saturday, April 18, all phone calls from
within the "818" area code will require the caller to first dial "1 +
area code," even when calling other "818" numbers. Details, call the Area Code Hotline at (866) 340-6147.
Property Assessment Seminar
The County Assessor's office will offer a seminar in Van Nuys at the Bernardi Senior Center, 6514 Sylmar Ave., Wednesday, April 22, 2 p.m. Parking is free, entrance on Hamlin Street. Click HERE for more details or call (213) 974-4240.
The next meeting is
7 p.m., Thursday, April 23, at St. John Eudes Church, 9901 Mason Ave.
Earth Day Cleanup in Chatsworth
Volunteers meet 9 a.m., Saturday, April 25, at Chatsworth Park North. Projects include a graffiti paint-out, sandbox sifting and trash pick-up.
Garden Festival at the Historic Acre
11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, April 26 at the entrance to Chatsworth Park South,
west end of Devonshire Street. Parking is limited, so plan to use
the free shuttle service from the Chatsworth Train Depot --
every 15 minutes. $4 donation requested. Children $1. Under 5 free. High Tea $7. Details, (818) 882-5614.
Disaster Preparedness, Crime Prevention Expo
will be a wide range of booths and demonstrations with information on
home and business crime prevention, emergency preparedness, auto theft
prevention, drug and alcohol awareness, child safety, identity theft
prevention and more, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Tuesday, April 28, Magnolia Walk, CSUN campus, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge. Dodger Dogs will be on sale for $5. Details, call Kit Espinosa at (818) 677-5816 or email Kit.Espinosa@csun.edu.
Pick the extra citrus from trees in your yard Sunday, May 3. Put the washed fruit in plastic bags. Drop it off at a Chatsworth fire stations between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Station 107 is at 20225 Devonshire St. Station 96 is at 21800 Marilla St. Fruit will be donated to area food banks. Details, www.CD12.org or call (818) 756-8501.
Postal Service Food Drive
Bag non-perishable food donations Saturday, May 9, for pick-up by your postal carrier. Donations will be delivered to area food banks.
Electronics Waste Pick Up
off used eletronic devices such as computers, TVs, cellphones or
anything with a microchip in it so that it can be disposed of in an
environmentally responsible manner, from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m., Saturday, May 9, at Beckford Avenue School, 19130 Tulsa St., Northridge. The Northridge
West Neighborhood Council will also provide free, confidential document
shredding, a great way to protect against identity theft. Details, call Beckford Avenue School, (818) 360-1924.
SOLID Pancake Breakfast
delicious, home-made pancakes by our local police officers 7:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Saturday, May 16.
Proceeds benefit SOLID (Supporters of Law Enforcement in Devonshire), a
non-profit group that provides non city-supplied equipment for the
police officers at Devonshire Division. Devonshire Community Police Station, 10250 Etiwanda Ave., Northridge. Details, www.soliddev.org.
LAPD Safety Fair and Car Show
Come check out the classic cars, hot rods, race cars and
custom choppers, 9 a.m.- 3 p.m., Saturday, May 30, at Petit Park, 16730 Chatsworth St., Granada Hills . There will be police helicopter flyovers, skydivers,
booths and demonstrations. See LAPD bomb squad vehicles, mounted police
units, LAPD helicopters and more. There will be live music, prize drawings, a pancake breakfast and BBQ lunch. Admission is free. Details, call Valley Traffic Division at (818) 644-8146 or (818) 644-8142
Bring this coupon to the next Neighborhood Council Meeting and receive a free Be Safe, Be Seen safety flasher. Wear it while jogging, cycling, walking the dog.
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