Thursday, March 31, 2011
LA'S HISTORICAL DISTRICTS HIGHLIGHTING OUR OWN AVENUES
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning and the Los Angeles Conservancy are very pleased to invite you to attend the 2011 Citywide HPOZ Conference taking place in the West Adams Terrace HPOZ.
The HPOZ Conference is open to all HPOZ neighborhood residents and members of the general public who have an interest in the city's historic districts. It's your best opportunity to network and share ideas with other HPOZ Boardmembers, and to meet like-minded historic preservation leaders from neighborhoods across the city.
There is a $20 registration fee which covers all conference activities, including a continental breakfast and lunch. You’ll have your choice of afternoon HPOZ walking tours, which will include opportunities to see either the West Adams Terrace HPOZ, with its Craftsman, Period Revival, and Classical Revival architecture, or the proposed new HPOZ in Jefferson Park. Registration instructions are found on the flyer, or click on http://www.laconservancy.org/neighborhoods/.
After registering for this event, time and details are below.
Saturday, May 7, 2011
8:30 AM -- 4:00 PM
McCarty Memorial Church
4101 W. Adams Blvd. in the West Adams Terrace HPOZ
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
TOWN HALL MEETING
Please join us and our fellow Senior Lead Officer, Tracy Hauter as the Southwest Community Police Advisory Board, comes to our "neck of the woods" for a Town Hall meeting. Meet the officers who work hard to keep each and everyone of us safe. You can also hear updates of happenings in our area and share your community concerns directly as well.
Food will be served. So drop by, if only for a few moments!
Monday, April 4th, 2011 6:30PM
1658 West Adams Boulevard, LA CA 90007
Saturday, March 26, 2011
KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN
Our Senior Lead Officer, Tracy Hauter, has asked that we watch out for a dark male Hispanic or a dark male African American with a pock-marked complexion, wearing a beige coat, with a black hoodie underneath.
This suspect is riding a black bicycle in our neighborhood and looking into parked vehicles on the street. If you see this person, call our Senior Lead Officer, Tracy Hauter, immediately at (323) 387-9617.
Flick that Switch
Join the rest of the globe at 8:30PM -- regardless of timezone -- and turn off your lights for one hour.
Times Square, the Golden Gate Bridge, the Las Vegas Strip, Niagara Falls, the Opera House in Sydney and many more landmarks around the world will be turning off the lights in honor of Earth Hour.
Reduce your carbon foot print for just an hour, tonight. One light at a time can actually make a difference.
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
CRENSHAW AND EXPOSITION INTERSECTION TO BE CLOSED
Please share this post with anyone who will be impacted, and encourage them to sign up for future updates.
What: Temporary intersection closure for street reconstruction, including excavation, repaving and restriping.
When: 6:00 a.m. Monday, March 21 to 6:00 a.m. Sunday, March 27, 2011
Where: Intersection of Crenshaw Boulevard at Exposition Boulevard will be closed to through traffic
· Northbound traffic on Crenshaw Boulevard will be detoured to eastbound Rodeo Road, to northbound 7th Avenue, to westbound Jefferson Boulevard and back to northbound Crenshaw Boulevard.
· Southbound traffic on Crenshaw Boulevard will be detoured to westbound Jefferson Boulevard, to southbound Buckingham Road, to eastbound Rodeo Road and back to southbound Crenshaw Boulevard.
· Westbound traffic on Exposition Boulevard will be detoured to northbound Arlington Avenue, to westbound Jefferson Boulevard, to southbound Buckingham Road and back to westbound Exposition Boulevard.
· Eastbound traffic on Exposition Boulevard will be detoured to southbound Buckingham Road, to eastbound Rodeo Road, to northbound 7th Avenue and back to eastbound Exposition Boulevard.
· Westbound and eastbound traffic will be encouraged to use Jefferson Boulevard or Rodeo Road as alternate routes.
· Local access will be maintained by use of flaggers for residences and businesses.
· Electronic message boards and other directional signage will be used to safely direct drivers around the construction zones in order to minimize the disruption to traffic.
Parking restrictions in all construction areas will be strictly enforced at all times. Please do not enter the construction work zone and obey all posted construction signs.
(Construction schedules are subject to change for various reasons including but not limited to: weather conditions, unforeseen emergencies and other acts of nature.)
To view the complete notice, please click here.
Monday, March 14, 2011
Unfortunately, on Monday, March 14th at approximately 2:50PM several shots were fired in what appears to be a gang retaliation. No one was harmed and according to police, it was not an incident typical of our neighborhood.
Several witnesses provided information, but key witnesses refused to speak with police. What is known is that the vehicle involved was a white late model compact Mazda with black stripes. Police are asking if anyone sees this vehicle to try and obtain a license plate number and then call our Senior Lead Officer, Tracy Hauter at (323) 387-9617.
While the Avenues enjoys very low crime rate, it is always important to remember to keep our eyes open.
Tuesday, March 8, 2011
March's meeting for West Adams Avenues is tomorrow night at 7PM.
- CD10's Kimani Black
- Senior Lead Officer, Tracy Hauter
- Home Security
- Neighborhood and Community Services
- Our OWN Neighborhood Council - Who, What, Why and Where
Of course, we will also have the time to chat with each other while sharing in the foodie goodies of Etchie Mura.
See your there and bring a NEW neighbor!!
7PM Wednesday, March 9, 2011
The Wilfandel House
3425 West Adams (corner of 5th and Adams)
Posted by Jeff Camp at 4:15 PM
The hands of government is in that of the people.
Which people? Those that vote.
While it would have been nice to get out the reminder yesterday, I'd like to let you know that there is still have time to make your voice heard.
I won't tell you who to vote for or what propositions to believe in, but I will tell you if you don't vote, you don't care about what happens in your neighborhood.
Polls are open until 8PM.