Weigh in on LA County’s Transit Future


San Fernando Valley Traffic Community Meeting with Metro Metro is hosting public meetings across LA County to share details of a proposed measure for the November 2016 ballot that aims to raise as much as $120 billion for new highway, bus and rail projects in LA County. The plan will enhance mobility, ease congestion, keep the economy […]

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Metrolink Launches Mobile Tickets App


Metrolink’s new mobile app lets riders purchase tickets on the go through smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. The app is now available for all Metrolink trips, including trips connecting to Los Angeles Union Station. Since its March launch, more than 4,700 tickets were purchased through the app, accounting for 13 percent of all tickets […]

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Help L.A. City Better Prepare for Disaster


Participate in the Brief LA Household Resiliency Survey The Los Angeles Emergency Management Department is evaluating community disaster readiness in the City of Los Angeles utilizing a tool called the Los Angeles Household Resiliency Survey. EMD would like to use this ranking to identify what might be considered the most and least ready areas of […]

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LA Animal Services Wants Your Valuable Input


Los Angeles Animal Services wants your valuable input and feedback on how we can do even more for animals and people in the City of Los Angeles. You can help shape the future goals and priorities for your Animal Services Department. Come to a Strategic Planning Community Meeting where you’ll be able to share your […]

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LADWP Reform Forum on Tuesday, March 29th


Written by Tony Wilkinson (Panorama City NC and North Hills East NC) on DWP Reform and Neighborhood Councils. One perspective from the NC-DWP MOU Oversight Committee: This a decisive moment. For the first time in my memory, both the Mayor and the President of the City Council have reached out to include ALL Neighborhood Councils […]

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Seismologist, Lucy Jones, to Retire from USGS


The woman who explained earthquakes to Southern Californians for 33 years is retiring from the U.S. Geological Survey. If you ever read an article about earthquakes in Southern California, chances are you’re familiar with seismologist Lucy Jones. In her 33 years with the USGS, Jones has become a universal mother for rattled Southern Californians. After […]

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Domestic Violence Presentation and Panel Discussion


Please join us for a presentation and discussion with multiple experts who will share their experiences and resources on this topic. The event’s program will also feature a legislative update. Saturday, March 19, 2016 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Berkshire Hathaway Crest Real Estate, 8307 Foothill Blvd., Sunland-Tujunga, CA 91040 Jeanne Smart – With over […]

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Palmdale to Burbank Project Section Update

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The California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) continues to advance work to deliver the nation’s first high-speed rail program.  With construction underway in the Central Valley, work to identify the preferred routes in Northern and Southern California is advancing.  The Palmdale to Burbank Project Section is currently in the environmental and engineering study phase and is […]

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