• Rhonda Guess
    commented 2019-10-03 20:03:31 -0700
    I went to 4951 Santa Monica Blvd. for your “meeting” tonight, Oct. 3, 2019. I came with a group of L.A. City College students and we wanted to be added to the agenda and make a presentation. But no one was there.

    The students at LACC’s Collegian have been honored with a 2019 Pacemaker Finalist award. We are the only fully accredited and transferable college in East Hollywood. We wanted to ask the council to help sponsor student travel to Washington D.C. for the Associated Collegiate Press with $2,500. You have supported us in years past, back in 2011 or 2012. It would be wonderful if you could help our group get to Washington D.C. to participate in this wonderful conference and recognition for the community college.
  • Linda Kroff
    commented 2019-07-15 21:35:07 -0700
  • Sophie Flay
    commented 2019-07-08 14:58:03 -0700
    Hi there,

    I’m looking for more information about the closing of Alice’s Beauty Salon. Is there someone I can speak to about it?


    Sophie Flay

    ABC7 Community Journalist
  • Cary Rabinowitz
    commented 2019-03-06 10:57:55 -0800
    Good morning,

    My name is Cary Rabinowitz. I am the Director at Santa Monica Blvd. Community Charter School. We are located directly next to the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and Paramount Studios at the corner of Van Ness Ave. / Santa Monica Blvd.

    I was hoping to speak with someone with the Council to help us get the word out about all of the wonderful resources we provide to families in the East Hollywood area.

    Thanks So Much!
  • Nathaniel King III
    commented 2019-02-05 09:57:08 -0800
    Good Morning,

    I tried to sign up for updates, but the link seemed to not work. Could you manually add me to your mailing list for upcoming meetings? Thanks!

  • karen foshay
    commented 2019-01-02 12:42:35 -0800
    I’m trying to reach Doug Haines for a story I am doing for KCET.
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    commented 2018-11-29 07:13:11 -0800
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  • Kat Tritto
    commented 2018-10-30 13:58:31 -0700
    I have been in the east Hollywood area for the past nine years it. I have seen a lot of change occur over that time. But what is happening right now makes me very sad. I live in a neighborhood with all craftsman homes. My home was built in 1920. But this year in ugly modern condo building was built across the street from my house. The construction lasted for months and was very noisy. We now have an eyesore in the middle of our neighborhood, it does not blend in with any of the other surrounding homes. Now that the construction on that condo has finally finish there’s a new one being built just on the other side of my house. Which is even louder And larger than the last condo construction. Feel like my neighborhood is being destroyed before my eyes. I am not super familiar with all of the things that the neighborhood counsel does it, but I wasn’t sure if there was anyway that you guys could help preserve the integrity of our neighborhood and helped put a stop to all of this development .
  • Sheila Irani
    commented 2018-09-04 13:48:15 -0700
    Hi, It’s Sheila Irani from HUNC. I tried to email Bob of Indigent Services but neither the link isn’t working, nor is the page listing the district reps. I left a VM as well.

    I have created a laundry voucher program and brought portable showers to Adventist Church for the homeless in Hollywood with HUNC funding and am in the need to cross pollinate with other neighboring NCs to keep these programs going, since they essentially serve “OUR” NCs homeless populations, including those that go to Mother of Good Council for Saturday meals.

    My question is where do I go next to request funding? Was not sure if I should go to a committee or if I can get on the Board agenda to explain the programs HUNC has funded and make a request for the Board to consider the menu of services and come up with a budget to continue these valuable programs. Thanks for your consideration. My phone is 323-793-7868.
  • Eric Garcetti
    commented 2018-07-18 01:36:30 -0700
    No meeting with a cancellation Monday the 16th, now no cancellation no meeting on a “special” meeting on Tuesday the 17th. Not great communication or evident commitment.
  • Gladys Naranjo
    commented 2018-04-30 09:50:36 -0700
    Good morning,

    This messages is on behalf of the principal at Dayton Heights Elementary, Ms. Diane Rodriguez. This is year one of our teachers will be retiring after 30 years of service. His name is William Kip Gray. Of those 30 years in services, over 20 years have been at our school. The reason for my email is to ask if EH Neighborhood Council would be able to provide Mr. Gray with a certificate of appreciation for his service to our neighborhood. Is there a contact name of a person that I may reach to see if EHNC provides a certificate of appreciation for service?

    Thank you,

    Gladys Naranjo, School Administrative Assistant
  • Nicole Bernal
    commented 2018-02-06 15:07:11 -0800
    I am the director at Yucca Community Center and I would like to attend the next meeting in February to request funding for our spring event.
  • tracy walker
    commented 2017-12-30 22:56:44 -0800
    When is the next ENHC meeting?
  • Cristian R
    commented 2017-12-20 11:20:00 -0800
    Vermont Place – Homeless Encampments – Thank you for cleaning the street and working on pushing away the homeless encampments. Please do everything you can for these people not to come back as it’s been very terrible to have these people on our street…my car got broken into, I was harassed multiple times, including my visitors, there is human waste all over the plants on the sidewalk, they are using the fire hydrant to get water and the electrical pole to get power, there are drug transactions, and saw people having sex in the car. This dead end street has a large number of families wth kids and a significant number of elderly. Please please please focus on not allowing these encampments on our street. Perhaps you can work also with those businesses such as Staples and Rite Aid to finds a way to keep that back area free of these issues. Thank you
  • Glenn Bailey
    commented 2017-08-20 10:50:30 -0700
  • Nina Sorkin
    commented 2017-03-09 16:09:58 -0800
    Just want EHNC to participate in Eggstravaganza on April 8 at Bellevue from 10-2:00 pm
  • Nina Sorkin
    commented 2017-03-09 16:07:50 -0800
    Would like the EHNC to participate on April 8 at Bellevue Center from 10-2:00 pm at its annual Eggstravaganza

    A canopy is available for EHNC to do outreach. Many of your children and families participate in the activities at Bellevue
  • Maura McGuinness
    commented 2017-02-27 18:41:17 -0800
    What happened to the February 2017 meeting? I’m here but no one else is.
  • Sarah Frank
    commented 2017-02-08 16:20:21 -0800
    Hello Friends!

    We at Reality LA, a church in Hollywood desire that all of Los Angeles have a place to celebrate Easter!

    We are also reaching out to local businesses, non-profit partners, and neighborhood councils to see if you would be interested in sharing with your clientele and community about our Easter service at The Hollywood Palladium on April 16, 9am and 12pm. Services are free and ALL are welcome to come and celebrate with us!

    We are connecting with you because we have various forms of materials that we would love for you to display if you are willing. We have business cards, post cards, posters, and social media options. We suggest an 8&1/2×11 poster for a bulletin board or window and either business cards or post cards for the taking made available on a counter space.

    We are still in the design process for all of our materials so I am unable to send you an example at this time. The main headline with be: “Easter at The Hollywood Palladium” This will be followed with “hosted by Reality LA” and list address and service times.

    Please let me know if you are interested and willing to display any of our Easter invitation materials at your place of business by Wednesday, March 1, 2017. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask!

    God Bless!

    Sarah Frank | Missions Director

    Reality LA | 323.883.1812 |

    6535 Santa Monica Blvd | Los Angeles CA 90038
  • Janette Hoffman
    commented 2017-01-30 16:25:29 -0800
    Please send me a copy of your funding request form
  • Gonzalo Rios
    commented 2017-01-24 18:54:02 -0800
    I would like to attend the public meetings and get involve in community
  • Saul Gonzalez
    commented 2017-01-24 11:17:06 -0800
    I’m trying to reach Doug Haines for a possible interview. I’m with KCRW radio.
  • Erika Diaz
    commented 2016-11-21 11:54:20 -0800
    We would like to be placed on your next agenda in December to present a planning case.
  • Joel Frias
    commented 2016-11-16 13:23:04 -0800
    Leftover trash is being left behind, outside of Los Angeles City College entrance over the days that it has accumulated into a big pile of litter. What can you do about that? Who else should I contact on this situation?
  • Nancy Au
    commented 2016-11-15 10:31:35 -0800
    May I please have the tentative agenda for the upcoming General Meeting? Thank you!
  • Ken Lewis
    commented 2016-10-18 14:22:02 -0700
    I wanted to make a suggestion in regards to the Vermont Triangle issue. I want to suggest that everyone consider returning the site back to the original concept of a rose garden. Of course, this time it would need to be properly irrigated and maintained on a regular basis. It would be an object of great beauty if properly planned and taken care of and would reduce the issue of the homeless living there as no one wants to sleep or live on a rose bush. Of course, great effort would have to be taken to try to get housing and help for the homeless currently on the site including drug and mental health help.
  • Matthew Zavala
    commented 2016-09-06 17:26:59 -0700
    My name is Matthew Zavala and I am an MSW student at USC. I am writing a community Immersion Paper on East Hollywood. I would like to know more about outreach effort to the community and the challenges in getting community members involved in decision making.

    I am interested in how East Hollywood Neighborhood Council influences City policy. How is the relationship you have with Council member Mitch O’Farrell and the District 13 office, Mayor Garcetti and any other policy makers and how East Hollywood Neighborhood council influences policy that affects the community.

    I am also interested in what the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council sees as the strengths, weaknesses, and challenges that the community faces.

    Matthew Zavala

  • Dietmar Offenhuber
    commented 2016-08-24 02:09:35 -0700

    I am a professor at Northeastern University in Boston currently investigating noise and the urban soundscape in Los Angeles. I am writing to inquire whether noise issues have been discussed by the neighborhood council and whether noise pollution is perceived as a concern in East Hollywood. If yes, I would be happy about the opportunity to learn more about the nature of these concerns from a resident or council member. I am happy to talk on phone, but will be also in LA next week Wednesday- Saturday.

    All the best,

    Dietmar Offenhuber
  • Gail Sullivan
    commented 2016-08-03 07:32:32 -0700
    I live near Swansea Park apartments on N. Kingsley Dr. There are two large trees on the strip of grass between the road and sidewalk on the Kingsley side of the property where vagrants throw trash and use the bathroom. I routinely find human feces there and have actually seen people using this area to relieve themselves. I believe these problems would be greatly reduced if a street lamp was installed. I know developers are planning to build a new building on the property and wondered if this issue could be brought to their attention at the public meeting Thursday. I cannot attend otherwise I’d do it myself. I’d also like this issue to be brought to the city’s attention as ultimately it’s the city that has to install street lights. Further I’d like to express my frustration with Swansea Park for failing to clean up the trash along the grass and sidewalk that fronts their property. I have contacted them about this and I call 311 almost every week to report trash and dumping in that area.
  • Salvador Rosales
    followed this page 2016-07-27 10:21:50 -0700

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