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The U.S. Green Building Council - Los Angeles is now accepting applications for their new Green Affordable Housing Program (GAHP). The program offers FREE guidance and resources on how to create a healthier and more sustainable environment for residents of mid-size apartment buildings in the East San Fernando Valley, while also saving on energy, water and waste. Twenty selected multi-family properties will receive:

-Tenant Workshops in English and Spanish covering sustainable practices and occupant health to help reduce utility costs
-Enrollment assistance with LADWP programs and rebates
-Installation of community electric vehicle charging stations
-Subsidized installation of innovative new green building technology to reduce utility costs

For more information and to apply for this opportunity, visit

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Hire more police !

Hello Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez First Blocks Of Whittier Boulevard 👋We created an organization to bring awareness and representation to trashy and broken city sidewalks all over the City of Los Angeles These conditions are long over due and deserves the attention of all you guys that hold power to help bring change 💪🏽🙏🏾 Please browse though our website 🧹 and let’s put an end to the discrimination and neglect.

Leading the effort with Metro Los Angeles, our Transit-Oriented Neighborhood Plan for the East San Fernando Valley (ESFV) Light Rail Transit Project was awarded $405,000 from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)’s Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented District (TOD) Planning. Our application was one of just three for the state of California to win this award and the only one for the City of Los Angeles. The East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Project will improve connections and access to key destinations while connecting transit users to the growing network in the San Fernando Valley.

For more general information about the Corridor and updates from Metro regarding project milestones, please visit

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Traffic's going to get worse


Great job to you and the grant writers for get theses funds to enhance our community! Thank you!!!

Councilwoman, could you please, clean up Sunland -Tujunga. Foothill Bl. looks like garbage central. Sherman Grove is getting worse everyday. The trash is littering sidewalks.

Another rolling homeless shelter. No one sits on the train unless they have too and they do this with fear. Maybe after you clean up the homeless mess and hold people responsible for crimes then it maybe safe enough for the masses to use.

You should be supporting the police dept and putting more police on duty. our neighborhoods are falling apart

Please bring light rail to Sunland/Tujunga.

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Please join us to learn about the Los Angeles Community College system and the amazing programming available to our residents, such as the Los Angeles College Promise which waives tuition for two years of full-time college for first time college students.

•Date: Tuesday, January 25, 2022
•Time: 6:00 pm

•RSVP on Eventbrite:

•Join via Zoom:

•Join by phone: 
(669) 900-6833 ID: 96277217708
Check out the 2022 street sweeping biweekly calendar and sign up for notifications when your street will be swept. Notification will be sent 24 and 48 hours before sweeping. To sign up, and to find street sweeping routes near you, visit

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NOTHING comes up! 🤔💭❌🚫

Not allowing to submit !

Nothing come up

How can you request to have it done on your street?

Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez Will tickets still be issued on off weeks when vehicles aren’t moved.

Q; how do we know if our St/Ave is included? 11800 Gladstone Ave No signs are posted

how do you know if you are a 1st and 3rd or a second and fourth? Signs do not indicate.

Came up for me.

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