The Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (BONC), the governing body for Neighborhood Councils, met at North Hollywood Park Recreation Center on Thursday, February 4th. Hosted by southern San Fernando Valley NC’s, the meeting focused on the upcoming elections, preparations for the FY 2017 budget and an update from Department General Manager Grayce Liu.
This Thursday, join Councilmember Krekorian for 2016’s first edition of Lunch with Paul at SteamPunk Coffeebar and Kitchen in Valley Village.
LAUSD Facilities Services Division: Parents, Neighbors and Stakeholders – Major Modernization Project Coming to North Hollywood High School
The modernization of your school may include some or all of the following:
Here’s what’s happening this month at the North Hollywood Regional Library, serving Valley Village. View the calendar, click this link -> NoHo Library Calendar 2016 February (PDF)
Source: Ann Bowman, Acting Senior Librarian – North Hollywood Regional Library
Please join Metro, Councilmember Paul Krekorian and Adrin Nazarian for a forum at Los Angeles Valley College, right next to the Orange Line, to discuss the recent survey responses and hear from Metro on their upcoming transit goals.
Come join us for our monthly board meeting Wednesday, January 27th at Faith Presbyterian Church – 5000 Colfax Ave. – beginning at 6:30 pm and going till 9:00 pm. To view the meeting agenda, please click this link -> http://www.myvalleyvillage.com/agendas-minutes/
And DON’T FORGET, if you intend to become a candidate for the upcoming Neighborhood Council election, you may sign-up in-person at the board meeting. Please bring proof of your being a Valley Village stake-holder.
NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTIONS • APRIL 7 • BECOME A CANDIDATE
It happens every two years and this coming year is no exception, Neighborhood Council Valley Village is holding an election for its Board of Directors and we hope you will consider becoming a candidate! The NCVV Board is made up of stakeholders who represent many different aspects of our community. Becoming a Board member would afford you the chance to roll up your sleeves and get involved in the effort to keep Valley Village as one of the city’s finest communities. We are actively recruiting for the following positions:
The Valley Village Homeowners Association hosted a public forum on Planning at their quarterly meeting January 20. Moderated by VVHA President Paul Hatfield, the meeting included a panel discussion and Q&A with representatives of VVHA’s Board, NCVV’s Planning and Land Use Committee and the Office of Paul Krekorian.
NCVV and the Valley Village Homeowners Association are sponsoring a 3-hour Disaster Awareness Course to be held on January 30, 2016, 9:00 a.m. to noon, at the Colfax Charter Elementary School Auditorium.
The Trunk Line replacement project in Valley Village is moving along on schedule, with the current effort focused on replacing the pipeline under Whitsett south of Magnolia.