Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council News
LADWP Presentation regarding Intermountain Power ProjectPosted on 12/11/19
At the December 11, 2019 STNC Board meeting a vote to oppose the Intermountain Power Plant was postponed to give the board an opportunity to study the proposal. Below is the link to the DWP Presentation at the DWP Commission meeting held on December 10, 2019.Read More
The LADWP Board Presentation can be seen at: http://ladwp.granicus.com/MediaPlayer.php?view_id=2&clip_id=1552
The IPP presentation is item 8B, about an hour and 50 minutes into the video.
Bring Used Motor Oil & Used Oil Filters for Proper Recycling or DisposalPosted on 12/02/19
Bring in your used motor oil and used oil filters for proper recycling or disposal. For more information 1-800-773-2489.Read More
This is for residents in the City of Los Angeles only and will be held at O'Reilly Auto Parts, Store #3453, 8325 Foothill Blvd., Sunland, CA 91040 on Saturday, December 7, 2019 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Tujunga Neighborhood Watch MeetingPosted on 12/02/19
McGroarty Arts Center - 17th Annual Ceramics Exhibition December 7 & 8Posted on 12/01/19
Verdugo Hills Golf Course - 6433 La Tuna Cyn Rd. - CITY COUNCIL VOTES 15-0 TO DENY PROJECTPosted on 11/26/19Read More
Move Out Bulky Item Pick UpPosted on 11/14/19
Winter Wonderland at Sunland ParkPosted on 11/11/19
Airbnb Launches Anonymous Complaint PortalPosted on 11/04/19
NEW LOCATION for STNC Meetings-- APPERSON STREET SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Posted on 11/01/19
Notice of Lighting Assessment for New Street Light @ Marcus Ave & Tujunga Canyon Blvd.Posted on 11/01/19
How to Report Spam TextsPosted on 10/31/19
“Text-to-911” Now Available in Los Angeles CountyPosted on 10/29/19
Holiday Craft FairPosted on 10/27/19
The STNC has declared two board seats vacantPosted on 10/27/19
At the STNC Board meeting held on October 9, 2019 the Sunland-Tujunga NC declared two board seats vacant.
Term: 2 Years
2 vacancies 10-9-19
Article V - Governing Board
Section 1. B.
There are two seats to be filled in this category to serve for the remainder of the 2- year term that started in May 2019.
There are two Stakeholder Group Representative seats vacant:
Stakeholder Group Representatives
Seven (7) Stakeholder Group Representatives shall be elected at large. These Representatives shall be elected from the pool of community stakeholders representing business and educational, faith-based, and community, service, youth, and special-interest organizations located in the community or meeting regularly in the community.
To fill the seat the following Requirements must be met:
Governing Board Structure
Eligibility to Run for the Seat
Stakeholders who live within the STNC boundaries and who are 18 years old and part of an organization which has a facility and/or holds monthly meetings within the boundaries of the STNC, and the Stakeholder Group Representative regularly attends meetings at the branch of the organization.
The above (non-bolded text) are directly from the STNC Bylaws 08012018
If you wish to be considered to be appointed by the board, you can apply for a seat by submitting your insterest statement and contact information at the next STNC Executive Committee meeting on Oct. 30 or no later than 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12. Attending the STNC Executive Committee meeting on October 30 is not a requirement but is recommended as it is an opportunity to ask about the position, how to apply and responsibilities of the board and meeting requirements. Kindly submit your interest statement to [email protected]
For more information please see STNC Bylaws and Standing Rules link on the front page of this website.
SPOOKY STORIES + COSTUME CONTESTPosted on 10/20/19
Armenian Arts & Culture Festival on Commerce Ave/Foothill TODAY Oct. 19 12 noon - 9 p.m.Posted on 10/19/19
Meet & Greet STNC Region 4 RepresentativesPosted on 10/18/19
Technical Amendment to Cannabis Location Restrictions Released; Public Hearing 11/13/19Posted on 10/18/19