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Reseda Neighborhood Council Meetings & Happenings
Monday, June 1, 2015
Reseda Neighborhood Council General Meeting
NOTE** VENUE CHANGE
American Legion Post 308
7338 Canby Ave.
This is the Agenda <— click here
Monday, June 8, 2015
Mobility & Environment Committee
City Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s District Office
19040 Vanowen St.
Our website continues to have new and updated information about YOUR Reseda community. Last week, the latest Special Edition of SHOPRESEDA Card and Spend $25 on the 25th specials at about 200 Reseda Locations was posted. Also the Reseda Business Directory has been updated and has lots of information to help you shop in Reseda.
A special thank you to all of our gracious hosts for our various meetings, including American Legion Hall, Aura’s Restaurant, Cleveland High School, Continental Art Supplies, Reseda Park Rec Center, St. Catherine of Siena School and Parish Auditorium, VEDC Business Source Center, City Councilman Bob Blumenfield’s District Office, West Valley LAPD Station, Athenian Grill, West Valley Public Library and more locations to come.
RELAY FOR LIFE IN RESEDA JUST 1 WEEK AWAY!
Relay for Life in Reseda is just about here! Saturday June 6 at 9am for 24 hours until Sunday June 7 at Cleveland High school. Make sure to take part in one of the biggest annual events of the year in Reseda.
More information: relayforlife.org/resedaca
Below is a list of Relay Happenings. Please come prepared for all the great theme laps and activities we have prepared!
JUNE 6th, 2015 SATURDAY
8:30 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM Opening Ceremony
10:00 AM Survivor Lap
11:00 AM Zumba
12:00 PM CrAzY HaT LaP!
12:30 PM Carlie Mari
1:00 PM Purple Lap
1:30 PM Red Lap
2:00 PM Larry Boyle
2:30 PM Hawaiian/Tropical Lap
3:30 PM Sports Lap
4:00 PM Jimmy Angel
5:00 PM Blue Lap
6:00 PM Disney Lap
7:00 PM Freefall Dream
8:00 PM Super Hero Lap
9:00 PM Luminaria
11:00 PM Stuffed Animal Lap
JUNE 7TH, 2015 SUNDAY
3:00 AM Zombie Lap
7:00 AM Pajama Lap
8:00 AM Breakfast
8:30 AM Fight Back Message
9:00 AM Closing Ceremony
10:30 AM JROTC – Cleveland Knights & Ladies Track & Field
CHASE BANK MISSION MAIN STREET CONTEST
Support Small Businesses in Reseda With Your Vote.
It’s that time of year, Chase Bank is again sponsoring the Mission Main Street Grants competition and 4 Reseda businesses are a part of it.
Mission Main Street Grants is a grant program by Chase to award twenty (20) small businesses with grants of $100,000.
Anyone who has a Facebook account can vote for any participating business – Voters may vote an unlimited number of times but only once for each Small Business.
SO, Take a moment and vote for ALL 4 Reseda Small Business to not only assist the companies themselves but to support your community. Just Click on the link following connected to each companies name.
Voting is going on NOW through June 19, 2015, 11:59:59 p.m. ET and each business needs a MINIMUM of 250 votes to qualify to move to the next round of competition.
The companies in the current competition include:
Standing Bear’s Trading Post 7624 Tampa Avenue, Reseda, CA 91335
Selling Leathercraft Supplies and Teaching People How To Use Them Since 1999, Custom Leather for 30 years.
Jk Taekwondo 7632 Tampa Ave. Reseda, CA 91335
Guiding children and teenagers towards the right path by building their minds, bodies, and spirits. bringing people of this community closer to each other. Teaching confidence, respect, loyalty, and love for one another.
We’ve been involved with the film and television business for over 20 years.
Universal Systems Technologies
We provide accommodation for people with mental health issues
These small businesses wish to thank you for your support in making Reseda businesses better!
For more information about this grant completion OR to APPLY to be a competitor (deadline for application is June 5th) Visit https://www.missionmainstreetgrants.com/
CITY COUNCIL APPROVES PLAN FOR BUDGET, INCLUDING FUNDING FOR ALISO CREEK CONFLUENCE PARK
As posted by Councilmember Bob Blumenfield:
The Los Angeles City Council today approved the City’s $8.6 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
In a budget survey sent out last month, I asked you to let me know your priorities for the City’s upcoming budget. I received hundreds of responses, and despite a diversity of ideas, a clear consensus emerged: public safety must remain our top priority, and we need to remain focused on growing and improving the City’s physical and environmental infrastructure to make LA a safe, clean, green and friendly place for people and businesses while ensuring our long-term, fiscal sustainability.
This budget takes concrete steps towards meeting those goals by expanding LAFD recruitment, putting more of our men and women in uniform on the street, paving 2,400 lane miles of road, putting $31 million toward sidewalk repair, and increasing the number of trees trimmed by 50%.
For my neighbors in the West Valley, I worked hard to ensure that this budget reflects our needs. We secured funding for the Aliso Creek Confluence Park, a new and critically needed storm drain on Ventura Blvd in Woodland Hills, a new gate at the LAPD Topanga Police, and more.
For more information on the upcoming City budget visit
PUBLIC MEETING FOR TIPS AND REBATES TO STAY WATER WISE
Join Councilmember Bob Blumenfield and the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power for tips on turf replacement, rebates and more info on how you can beat the drought, Thursday, June 4 at 6:00 PM at the West Valley Library.
RIDE RESEDA HEADS TO CICLAVIA IN PASADENA
CicLAvia in Pasadena. A typical 10-12 miles Ride Reseda ride. Meet at CD3 District Office parking lot at Vanalden and Vanowen at 9:00, drive to Pasadena, ride 10a-2p. Seeing Pasadena, other people and the sites – Large mansions, lawns, rose gardens, and a portable lemonade stand. I will buy the first round, But people have to come and ride. NO ride, NO lemonade.
WEST VALLEY LAPD YOUTH PROGRAMS FAMILY FUN BBQ
INTRODUCTION TO SQUARE DANCE
We are reaching out to people, especially younger people, that haven’t had much, or any, exposure to Square Dance, our American Heritage Folk Dance. We are offering a free, no obligation, Introduction to Square Dance for eight Sunday evenings. In an hour you can learn the basics. We will have experienced dancers there to help. Square Dancing is actually a team dance, as it takes 8 people to form one “square” of dancers. Square Dancing is very social; you won’t be dancing with one person the whole night, more like 30 to 40. It’s a non-smoking, non-alcoholic activity where parents, grandparents, children, teachers and students can all dance together and have fun.
You can come for free one night or all eight. Plan to bring some friends or colleagues and make an evening of it.
Terry Parks 818-996-0974
VACANT RESEDA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL BOARD SEATS UP FOR ELECTION ON JUNE 15
A seat will be open for election at the General Board Meeting on June 15, 2015 to fill the vacancy in the category of At-Large Stakeholder Board Member left by Ms. Cyndy Pickel’s resignation, in accordance with the bylaws. Any qualified stakeholder may choose to run for the vacancy and there will be a vote (if necessary) at the Meeting. Should more than one eligible Stakeholder choose to run for the open seat, all eligible Stakeholders in attendance may vote. Eligibility for the position is defined as: “Stakeholders who live, work, own property, or declare a stake in the neighborhood as a community interest stakeholder and who are at least 18 years or age or older.”
ATTENTION HAM RADIO OPERATORS
If you are a licenced HAM operator within the Reseda Neighborhood Council Boundaries of Roscoe, White Oak, Victory & Corbin, the Reseda NC’s Emergency, Disaster & Community Safety Committee wants to hear from you. The Committee is assembling a list of assets available, should a disaster strike our community. The end structure will include communications, medical and emergency trained individuals as well as other resources that would be of value in the period of time that it takes City, County, State or Federal relief to arrive.
For those present for the Northridge Quake (Epicenter in Reseda) some of those resources were a challenge in the beginning.
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