The Truth About Domestic Violence – Neighborhood Watch Meeting



Neighborhood Watch Meeting
Where: 8801 Kester Ave. Panorama City, CA 91402
Date to save on your calendar Tuesday February 10,2015 7:00 to 9:00pm
At Sepulveda Recreation-multi purpose room
For more information you can contact Jackie Campos at 818 310-0272
or by email
Los Angeles Police Department Mission Hills
Senior Lead Officer Edwin Ayala at (818-838-9854)
The Truth About Domestic Violence workshop will be conducted by: Mrs.Carol Loweree

Everyone is welcome!
Public Safety Committee
Supported by the Panorama City Neighborhood Council

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Prepare for the U.S. Citizenship Exam at the L.A. Public Library

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Mayor’s Youth Council

Dear Friends:

On behalf of Mayor Eric Garcetti, I invite you to nominate or recommend a few passionate students to partake in the Mayor’s Youth Council. We are looking for highly motivated 10th and 11th graders who are interested in civic engagement, community and youth issues, and the municipal government system.

Each of Los Angeles’ eight areas (East Valley, West Valley, South L.A., Downtown, Eastside, Harbor, Westside, and Central) will have its own Youth Council made up of around 25 local applicants, and they will participate in civic engagement and community service projects sourced from their local area. The students’ area will be determined by the school they attend, rather than the area they live.

The goal of the Youth Council is for young Angelenos to learn about civic engagement, while expressing their own views on how to improve government and affect change in their communities. Monthly meetings will consist of discussions and workshops focused on their communities as well as Los Angeles at-large. There will be quarterly meetings during which the 8 Youth Councils will get together and meet in a large group. Youth Council members will have the opportunity to meet many figures working inside of, outside of, and with government. They will also work on creating a long-term project that will affect their community. This is a wonderful opportunity for the youth and city to work together and learn from one-another. If you know of any qualified candidates for the Mayor’s Youth Council, please pass along the attached application. The application also includes the qualifications youth must meet to apply.

If you’d like me to make a presentation about this program or if you have any follow-up questions, please do not hesitate to e-mail or call me (direct line: 213-304-5869). You may pass on my contact information to the youth applicants as well. The application, recommendation, and unofficial transcript are due to me (via e-mail: ) by midnight on FEBRUARY 15TH. Please read the instructions carefully. 

Thank you for your participation and assistance in getting this important program started.

Kind regards,

Amanda Mejia, MSW

External Affairs, Area Representative East Valley
Office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti
818.778.4990 Van Nuys

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Congressman Tony Cardenas’ offices in both Washington, D.C. and the San Fernando Valley will be moving for 2015

US_Rep_D29_Tony_Cardenas_D_OP_270x400The new San Fernando Valley location opened for business Monday morning, November 24. It is now located at 8134 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 206, Panorama City, CA 91402.

The phone number has also changed. To reach the Congressman, call (818) 781-7407. Office hours remain Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Pacific Time.

In Washington, the Congressman’s office will relocate beginning in 2015. The new address will be 1510 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC, 20515. The phone number in Washington will remain (202) 225-6131. The office in Washington is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Eastern Time.

To see the contact info for other Elected Officials, check out this page on our website.

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LADWP Offers $10 to Go Paperless

Go-Paperless-Get-$10LOS ANGELES — For a limited time, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) is offering a $10 bill credit for new paperless billing customers. Customers who currently receive printed LADWP bills, and who sign up for paperless billing through, will receive a $10 credit on their next bill.

Paperless billing is a secure, convenient and environmentally-friendly billing option. Once enrolled, customers will receive bill notifications via email. This will reduce paper clutter, help decrease the environmental impact from printing paper bills and provide easy access to informative online newsletters.

“This program is part of an ongoing effort to reduce our environmental footprint through all the services we provide,” said Randy S. Howard, Senior Assistant General Manager of the LADWP Power System. “Also, when we don’t have to print and mail a bill, the Department saves money, which in turn saves our customer-owners money. We are happy to offer our customers this bill credit, especially right after the holidays.”

For complete program information and to sign-up to receive the $10 bill credit, please visit

The $10 paperless billing incentive is available through June 30, 2015 to all LADWP customers who currently receive printed LADWP bills.

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