Saturday, October 3, students and neighbors met up at MLK Park to clean up Western Avenue from Exposition to King. The event was sponsored by NANDC, City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson, LA Department of Recreation and Parks. Food supplied by Popeyes and more.
NANDC voted to support Trader Joe’s alcohol permit, a new 7-Eleven, soccer facility, Skid Row Neighborhood Council, effforts to curb urban oil drilling and more.
Please join us this Saturday! For more information: Fredy Torres Ftorres@lacity.gov or Brandon Floyd Brandon.nandc2.gmail.com (323)205-8840
Our September meeting has been moved to the second Thursday in September, due to the Labor Day holiday. Please plan to join us on September 10. One of the items we will discuss is a proposed T-Mobile Monopole proposed for 3077 University Ave at the Hebrew Union College. Agenda
During our June 2015 meeting we had a presentation about an affordable housing project proposed for 1101 Martin Luther King Blvd. The proposal is for 26 low income households called King 1101 to be located near the McDonalds on King Blvd. The project would include a community kitchen and garden, supportive services, and a small
We have some openings on our board and would like to invite you to join us: Treasurer Area 2 Rep.(approximately Arlington to the 110 fwy and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. to Jefferson Blvd. Check out our Area Rep boundary map and Application and get appointed!
Tuesday, August 4, 2015, March at 7:00 PM. Assemble at 1658 W. 23rd Street (just east of Normandie Avenue) Potluck dinner to follow! Bring your food a few minutes before 7:00 National Night Out is the nation’s night out against crime, and community-police partnership, founded in 1981. In our neighbor- hood for the last twelve