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Agenda HHA March 14, Board meeting, 7:30 PM, email for location

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Hollywoodland Homeowners Association March 14, 2017 Monthly meeting

For location please email info@hollywoodland.org

Old Business

  1. ApprovalJanuaryandFebruaryminutes
  2. Approvaltreasurersreport
  3. Update,Februaryactionitems
  4. FAA DOPE on Rope
  5. Welcomepack
  6. Evacuationplan
  7. Operatingmanual
  8. Infopacketsnewboardmembers
  9. CityHallTraffic/touristissues

10.Public works projects/Ryu
11. RAP circulation appeal
12.Ranch lawsuit
13.Proposal for gating
14.6068 Mulholland appeal
15.East gate roof repair
Committee Reports
16.President’s message
17.Safety , cameras, crime report
18.Special Events, 75 years HOA, 25 years specific plan?
19.Zoning Public Works
20.Beautification,sprinklers, motion
21.Trademark/merchandise, Chamber violation
22.History archiving
23. HUNC
24.Hillside Federation
25.GP Advisory /Friends GP
26.City Hall actions/issues
27. Membership
28.Party houses, 6384 Rodgerton, 2820 Westshire, 3051 Hollyridge, 2950

Durand, ???? Ledgewood

29. Other?

New Business

30.Social media person
31.Restrictions for skateboarding
32.Obituaries and babies, illnesses, celebrations 33. Other

Adjourn






Update from the Hillside Federation

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Dear Hillside Federation Friends,

At the Federation’s March meeting there was a presentation on the proposed removal of 34 protected trees. The Federation supported Bel Air Assn. in rejecting the MND as inadequate and denying the permit to remove the trees.
The hearing originally scheduled for March 10 has been changed:
Friday, March 24
10:00 am
Board of Public Works
Rm 350
City Hall
Best regards,
Marian Dodge, Chairman
Federation of Hillside and Canyon Associations, Inc.
www.hillsidefederation.org





Reading: Alison Turner & Lou Mathews

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From our friends and neighbors, Alison Turner & Lou Mathews:

An early heads up. Thanks to Suzanne Lummis, Alison and I will be reading at Beyond Baroque on Saturday, March 18th, 8 p.m., the day after St. Patrick’s.

This is a rare sighting. Alison reads about every three years. This also marks the debut of Alison’s new chapbook, What To Do In An Emergency.

The Beyond Baroque Calendar description is below. Hope to see you there.

Married to the Word: ALISON TURNER & LOU MATHEWS

Suzanne Lummis, Beyond Baroque’s George Drury Smith Poetry Prize recipient, inaugurates a new reading series Married to the Word, L.A. Literary Couples. Suzanne introduces the literary couple, poet Alison Turner whose work has appeared in Black Clock, Nimrod, Mid-American Review, The Hudson Review, Poetry East, Santa Monica Review, San Pedro River Review, Fault Line, and Jacaranda, and Lou Mathews, renowned Los Angeles fiction writer and one of the preeminent teachers in the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program, whose first novel, L.A. Breakdown was an L.A. Times Best Book. His work has appeared in Black Clock, Tin House and over 40 other journals.

Saturday, 18 March 8:00 PM

Beyond Baroque
681 Venice Blvd.
Venice CA






2017 Board Nominees

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2017 HHA Board Nominees






2017 Membership

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2017 Membership Letter & Dues Appeal






Meeting with CD4: December 26, 2016

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Members of the HHA Board, along with other members of the HHA, met with Councilman Ryu and his staff to discuss neighborhood issues including PPDS, tourism, and traffic problems in our neighborhood.

The minutes from that meeting are available here: HHA 12-20 CD4 Mtg 12-26-2016pdf






2017 Design Review Board Schedule

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2017-Schedule






HHA Board meeting Agenda 12/13/2016

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HHA December 13, 2016 Monthly Board of Director’s Meeting Location: Beachwood Drive
Call to order

Introduction of guests

Old Business:
1. Approval November minutes
2. Approval November treasurer’s report

Old Business

Items without resolve/progress since November:Crime report Sanchez Servicemark violation, Chamber/Dick VanDyke
Welcome packetTrademark use proposal
Village Green electric

Village Green user manual Wildlife preserve
Policy statement/standing rules Dope on the Rope

Specific Plan 25 years Committee Reports:
1. Presidentʼs message

2. Safety, evaluation plan, Village cameras

3. Communications

4. Special Events Jan. 22 Splendid Savage, meet the author ,Holiday party, arts/craft faire, food drive OM*

5. Zoning public works, submission to CD4 for money request to remove dirt on Durand and Westshire, no response from CD4 , 6068 Mulholland

6. Beautification, holiday decorating OM*, Village sewer update stariway proposal 7. Trademark/merchandising sold $40 items
8. History, archiving,






December Newsletter

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2016.12 Newsletter






meeting update, rescheduled for November 15, 2016, same agenda

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