EVNW Monthly Meeting – August 13, 2014 (Wednesday)
Meeting Minutes

EVNW Monthly Meeting – August 13, 2014 (Wednesday)

Please Attend Wednesday’s Neighborhood Watch Meeting Wednesday Aug. 13, 2014 @ Dickerson Employee Benefits 1918 Riverside Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90039 Time: 7-8 PM Agenda: LAPD Crime Report -SLO Gina Chovan Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell Report -Adam Bass Misc. Issues [Frogtown Artwalk, LA River Bike Path, Marijuana Dispensary on Eads St. ,  Identity Theft, etc.] Medicare Information-Gary Wong Please … Continue reading

Elysian Valley-LA River Bike Path Safety Meeting
Meeting Minutes / Pedestrian and Bike Path

Elysian Valley-LA River Bike Path Safety Meeting

Meeting Summary April 9, 2014 Meeting date: April 8, 2014 Marisol, Adam, Tim, Michelle, Gina, I want to thank you again for your attendance last night and for your attention to the subject matter.  We welcome the short-term continuing mitigating efforts (i.e., additional signage, stenciling, thermo-plastic rumblers, LAPD enforcement, etc.).  Having said this, we reiterate our request … Continue reading

EVNW Meeting Minutes – December 11th, 2013
Meeting Minutes

EVNW Meeting Minutes – December 11th, 2013

AGENDA SUMMARY MINUTES: Neighborhood Crime Report (SLO. Gina Chovan) ·         Crime Map, trends & statistics Gina, reported five crimes in Elysian Valley from 11-10-13- to 12/10/13. 1.       One (1) Robbery-stemming from neighborhood party conflict 2.       Four (4) auto related Burglary/Theft Gina made mention of two youth programs available at the Northeast station on San Fernando Rd. ·         Youth Cadet Program … Continue reading

Meeting Minutes

EVNW Meeting Minutes 10/9/2013

Please find the below minutes for your perusal from our NW meeting of this past Wednesday-10/9/13.  We encourage you to visit our website (evnw.wordpress.com) for additional information. You can also reach us via email at (evnw.90039@gmail.com). LAPD Report- SLO Gina Chovan Crime report/ map review Gina, discussed the above map and highlighted that area crimes are largely … Continue reading