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For more information about the Radford Art Walk and to hear commentary directly from the artist, please visit the website at : http://www.radfordartwalk.org/
Do you have questions about the repair of city sidewalks? Attached for your
review and comment is a report prepared by the City Administrative Officer (CAO)
to the Mayor and city council members that was requested by the City Council.
The report proposes methods to perform repairs to sidewalks and an allocation of
future responsibility for the sidewalks.
The headings in the report focusses on areas of concern to homeowners. Click on
the link below for the full proposal.
Alternately, if you would prefer to review an overview of the policy, you can click on the following link.
On the Path to Better Sidewalks:
Public Input Meetings Coming to You
City Councilmembers Paul Krekorian and Joe Buscaino will hold a series of joint public hearings of the Budget and Finance and Public Works committees to get input from you on what the city’s program to repair sidewalks next to homes and businesses should look like. The meeting for the Valley is scheduled for :
The councilmembers want to receive opinions and ideas from residents and stakeholders on the policy options that are critical to help shape the final product before it goes to the full City Council for a vote this fall.
If you have any questions or feedback, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on this link if you are looking for information on our current watering regulations.
Date: April 13, 2015
From: NBCUniversal Community Information Line
As you are aware, NBCUniversal, in coordination with Caltrans, is building a new US 101 Southbound on-ramp at Universal Studios Boulevard and we want to make sure that the communities surrounding the project area have the most up-to-date information.
Construction began several weeks ago and the pace of work will be increasing over the next few weeks. Just north of the LA Fitness Building near Universal Studios Boulevard, you will begin to see tree and brush removal, grading, larger construction equipment, and other construction activity. Additionally, there will be occasional late-night lane closures next to the construction area (generally after midnight).
Finally, Caltrans will be posting signs at the Barham/Bennett southbound off-ramp and the Lankershim/Regal southbound on-ramp stating that there will be intermittent late at night closures over the course of construction. Please note that the intermittent nighttime closure of the ramps is not the permanent closure of the Barham/Bennett southbound off-ramp. Closure of the Barham/Bennett southbound off-ramp is not expected to occur until early 2016.
At this time, we do not expect any significant impacts during peak hours on the surrounding roadways or freeway. In the future, if you have any questions or concerns or would like the most updated information you may do the one of the following:
* Call the NBCUniversal Community Information Line at 818-363-3088
* Visit the NBCUniversal Community Website communityline.nbcuni.com
We recognize that any construction project, while temporary, can be intrusive and we appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to improve our local roadways and freeways.
You can view the report by clicking on this link : Los Angeles River Regional Bike Path Project, From Whitsett Avenue to Riverside Drive