EVNW Agenda – April 10, 2013

Please plan to attend Wednesday’s (April 10, 2013) Neighborhood Watch Meeting.  We have a lot to share with you.  Please invite your family, friends, neighbors and co-workers.

Wednesday April 10, 2013

TIME/HORA:      7:00 P.M.



1918 Riverside Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90039


  • Neighborhood Crime Report (O. Gina Chovan)
    • New Capt. & contact Information
    • Graffiti spike (including anti police tagging)
    • Need to report crime and issues directly to LAPD
    • Update online police report filing
  • CD-13 Council Eric Garcetti Report  (Oliver Delgado)
    • Update River clean-up (4/14/2013)
    • Update on promise to address issue with DOT and secure “speed Tubes” to record vehicle speed and build a case for the requested corrective measures.
    • Update on past Request for speed bumps on Newell St.
    • Update on past request for stop sign on intersection of Shoredale and Blake Ave.
    • LA River recreational zone update
    • Update on handful of LA-River lights still not working “allegedly” due to pending part on back order. 
    • Update on pedestrian access improvement project request at Dallas St.
  • Portable Video Surveillance Update (Allen Andersson)
    • Testing results/Ready Status
  • Area Emergency Plan (May 8, 2013-Bob Berg)
    • City Attorney Carmen Trutanich (scheduled attendance)
    • On site and On-line
  • CD-13 Candidate Election-Update
    • May 21st run-off election between Candidate Mitch O’Farrell and John Choi to replace outgoing Councilmember E. Garcetti.  Mitch is endorsed by the Neighborhood Watch.
  • Mayoral Race runoff  between Eric Garcetti and Wendy Gruel
  • Congressman Adam Schiff to visit Elysian Valley

Date: Saturday, April 20, 2013

Time: 12:30 p.m. — 2:00 p.m.

Location: Dorris Place Elementary School

2225 Dorris Place, Los Angeles, CA 90031

  • Next Beautification/Clean-up Day (Jed Donaldson)
    • EV Beautification Day- 6/22/13
  • Jardin Del Rio Community Garden “Car  Wash” fundraiser-May 4, 2013 (9-3 pm)
  • Misc.  Issues (i.e., Metrolink, community gardens, neighborhood council, et. al)

Thank you in advance for your much anticipated attendance.   Remember to report all criminal activity as no report=No crime, which in turn equals no LAPD resources to EV.