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Special STNC Joint Board & Budget & Elections Committee Meeting Thursday 1/21 @ 6:30 PM

Posted on 01/14/21
Special Joint Board & Elections Committee
Meeting Agenda
Thursday, January 21, 2021
Meeting Begins 6:30 p.m.
Meeting Online   https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84435764043
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Mayor's Office Vaccine Updates

Posted on 01/12/21
Please visit www.VaccinateLACounty.com, our COVID-19 VACCINE webpage for the general public on Public Health’s website.
 
The webpage includes:
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Slurry seal applications this week in Sunland-Tujunga

Posted on 01/09/21
This coming week, the Bureau of Street Services will be applying a slurry seal. For more information on these upcoming projects visit the Streets LA website at https://streetsla.lacity.org/ and select ‘Road Repair’.


 
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PUBLIC HEARING: 6446-6458 Foothill - Gas Station + Convenience Market

Posted on 12/24/20

PROPOSED PROJECT: The demolition of an existing approximately 1,128 square foot food mart and gas station with an approximately 2,100 square foot canopy, and the construction, use, and maintenance of a new 3,720 square foot two-story convenience market with a gas station and second-floor office/storage, and an approximately 1,913 square foot canopy with eight pumping stations, and new signage (including one wall sign, three canopy signs, and one new pole sign), providing 16 parking spaces (including eight under-canopy spaces) and 1,465 square feet of landscaping, constructed to a maximum height of 33 feet, operating daily from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., on an approximately 15,354 square foot site in the C2-1VL zone, but not within a designated Target Area or a Major Activity Area of the Foothill Boulevard Corridor Specific Plan. Less than 500 cubic yards of on-site grading is proposed, with approximately 285 cubic yards of soil being exported.
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Mayor Garcetti Talks About the Value of Getting Involved in Your Neighborhood Council

Posted on 12/22/20
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about the value of getting involved with your Neighborhood Council by running as a candidate or voting in the 2020/21 Neighborhood Council Elections. Elections are happening for 91 of LA's 99 Neighborhood Councils from mid-November 2020 until mid-June 2021. Elections happen on 12 different regional timelines. Visit http://EmpowerLA.org/elections to learn how - and when - you can run for office or vote in these elections.
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Neighborhood Council Elections Guide

Posted on 12/16/20
REPRESENT
YOUR
NEIGHBORHOOD!
BE A VOICE
FOR YOUR
COMMUNITY

Click on the PDF file to read more about the value of becoming a Neighborhood Council Board Member for Our Community.
Candidate Filing Opens Saturday, December 19, 2020 and Ends February 2, 2021
More Info: clerk.lacity.org/elections
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Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council

Posted on 12/01/20
Join Our Remote Meetings

All STNC meetings, whether remote or in person, are always open to the public for participation. In fact, we encourage it. Be sure to invite family, friends, and neighbors to join too.
In a few simple steps you will be able to join any of our remote meetings.
 
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WANTED Stakeholder Group Representatives - two open seats -- YES! There's still time to join the board before Elections

Posted on 10/10/20
Stakeholder Group Representatives shall be elected from the pool of community stakeholders representing community organizations including but not limited to a religious institution, educational institution, non-profit organization, neighborhood association, school/parent group, faith based group, senior group, youth group, arts association, service organization, boys or girls club, cultural group, or environmental group within the STNC boundaries. The Community organization must continuously maintain a physical street address within the boundaries of STNC for not less than one year, and performs ongoing and verifiable activities and operations that confer some benefit on the community within the boundaries of STNC. No community organization may have more than one stakeholder representative. All Group Representatives must participate on at least one committee.
Submit your interest statement here: https://www.stnc.org/agenda-request.php
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MyLA311 app

Posted on 08/14/20
Download the MyLA311 app for Android or iPhone or submit requests using the MyLA311 website.
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