This event will be held 12 noon to 1:30 p.m.
Members of the troupe aged 65 to 100 act out skits based on real-life experience
Hosted by Senator Anthony Portantino
Supervisor Kathryn Barger
The Sunland Tujunga Shadow Hills Rotary Club is again hosting the
Sunland Tujunga 4th of July Parade. The parade will start at 10:00 am on
Thursday, July 4, on Foothill Boulevard at Summitrose Street. The
parade will run down Foothill Boulevard to Sunland Boulevard, and is
free of charge for both participants and spectators.
Every year this parade has dozens of entries and draws thousands of
spectators. It is the single best attended community event in
Applications for entry in the parade are available at the club’s Facebook
page: https://www.facebook.com/Sunlandrotary/ The theme of this
year’s parade is “Out of This World!” – Black Holes, Outer Space,
Science Fiction…the sky is the limit. Bring out your inner Star Wars, ET,
Star Trek, Superheroes...channel your favorite science fiction movie!
The club encourages creative floats, and for everyone’s safety, wishes
to discourage throwing water balloons and other objects.
If passed, it will not allow the towing of vehicles in the City of LA
At the June 11th City Council Board Meeting, the councilmembers passed Resolution 19-0002-S50 that opposed AB-516. AB-516 has already passed the Assembly and is now on to the State Senate.
AB516 (Summary): Repeals existing law that authorizes peace officers to tow vehicles for having five or more delinquent parking or traffic violations, for leaving a vehicle on a road for 72 or more consecutive hours, and for a having a lapsed vehicle registration in excess of six months. Major Provisions: 1) Repeals existing law that authorizes peace officers to tow vehicles for having five or more delinquent parking violations, for leaving a vehicle on a road for 72 or more consecutive hours, and for a having a lapsed vehicle registration in excess of six months. 2) Repeals existing law allowing for an immobilization of a vehicle that has five or more unpaid parking or traffic tickets.
TOMORROW! MEET CAPTAIN of LAPD VALLEY TRAFFIC, ANDY NEIMAN!...as he tackles problems and brings solutions for our Foothills' traffic criminals, deaths and fender-benders.
☼ TOMORROW, SATURDAY, 6/22 ☼ 1pm–3pm ☼
Tujunga United Methodist Church, 9901 Tujunga Cyn Bl., Tujunga, CA.
► Bring your questions, observations, examples and ideas!
See attached flyer and, on your way there, please drive safely!
Special Board Meeting
Saturday, June 22
Let's work together to make our streets safer.
9901 Tujunga Canyon Blvd.
Join the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council for a FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Community Self Defense Presentation by
5th Degree Black Belt, Assault Survivor and Internationally Certified Martial Arts
Instructor Jean Morrison
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
6 PM - 8 PM
SUNLAND PARK RECREATION CENTER (GYM)"
8651 FOOTHILL BLVD.
SUNLAND, CA 91040
City Planning Commission Meeting 5-23-19
The CPC will hear comments from the public at their meeting on May 23, 2019 at Van Nuys City Hall regarding the following:
Recommended Project (Alternative 6a -Reduced Walkable Village): All residential development consisting of 215 homes on the 57.45-acre Project Site. Lot sizes would range from 2,768 to 10,530 square-feet in area. The proposed homes would range in size from 1,800 to 2,700 square-feet in building area and would have a maximum height of 30 feet (two stories). Each single-family detached home would have a two-car garage. Proposed Lot 223 would be the designated Historic Cultural Monument area.
The Newly Elected Board will be Installed on Wednesday, May 15, 2019. See meeting agenda for more details.
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