Next Board Meeting:
Monday May 22, 2017 at 7:00pm • Ramona Hall, 4580 N. Figueroa

AGENDA TO COME


FAREWELL HERMON!

PRESIDENT'S STATEMENT
"After 13 years, we sadly say goodbye to Hermon as part of our Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council, They will be missed! We wish them well in forming their own Council and
look forward to seeing the results of their many ambitious campaign promises.
We wish nothing but great things for Hermon!"
~Tamar Rosenthal, ASNC Board President

Unofficial results are 310 YES, 186 NO on Hermon's subdivision from ASNC.
Thanks to all who voted.
Watch for updates on challenges and changes.



Join the ASNC Board as an At Large Representative!

Applications Due April 18. MAILING ADDRESS ASNC P.O. BOX 42254, LOS ANGELES 90042


April Committee Meetings

Mt. Washington Local Issues
Mon TBA
Wed April 4 - Ramona Hall Classroom 7pm
Wed April 5 - Ramona Hall Classroom 7pm
Thu April 6 - Ramona Hall Classroom 7pm
Hermon Subdivision Election
Sat

April 8 - 5800 Monterey Road 11am-3pm

PLUC
Mon no meeting
Tue April 11 - Ramona Hall Classroom 6:30pm
Hermon Local Issues
Wed no meeting
Rules & Selections
Thu April 13 - Ramona Hall 10pm
Thu April 13 - Linden Hts Rec Room 7pm
Mon April 17 - Ramona Hall Classroom 7pm
Tue April 18 - Ramona Hall Classroom 7:00pm
Thu April 20 - Montecito Hts Sr Center 8pm

Planning & Land UsePublic Safety, Health & Welfare
Education & Youth Recreation, Culture & the Arts Transportation


The Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council (ASNC) was certified in 2002 under the Charter of the City of Los Angeles to advise L.A.'s elected officials and departments regarding local and citywide governmental issues on behalf of the stakeholders of Hermon, Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Mount Washington and Sycamore Grove. It is, effectively, the focused voice of these communities on a broad range of important issues: the delivery of city services, public safety, land use and open space, economic development, the environment, arts and culture, and more. ASNC Bylaws

ASNC partnered with Glassell Park Improvement Association to sponsor a
Council District 1 Candidate Forum. From left, Giovany Hernandez,
incumbent Gilbert Cedillo, moderator KMEX-TV news anchor Gabriela Teissier,
Jesse Rosas, and Joe Bray-Ali at Sotomayor Auditorium

ASNC was Honored with Spielberg Award at City Hall for its Success in the
Mayor's Clean Streets LA Competition! Congratulations to Organizer &
ASNC Montecito Heights rep Cindi Lynch with support from
Greg Lynch (left) and fellow ASNC rep James Pollerana (right)

WATCH AWARD-WINNING VIDEO CREATED BY GREG LYNCH

 

 

The Board of Neighborhood Commissioners honored ASNC for Outstanding
Outreach at the 2014 Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhood Councils


PAST ASNC SPONSORED EVENTS


CD14 Candidate Forum co-sponsored by ASNC, Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council and UCLA

Los Angeles TimesDowntown NewsKPCCMore photos


ASNC Board members Roy Payan, Valerie Harragin and Orville McKinley celebrate with
Latona School Principal Ramona Garcia a great traffic safety event put on by Safe Moves

CD1 Latin Jazz Festival in Sycamore Grove Park


Click Here for Dramatic Photos of the ASNC ShakeOut Drill!

ShakeOut

Los Angeles Fire Department Urban Search & Rescue Captain Christopher Cooper at the podium,
CERT Captain Stacey Gerlich to the left, to the right ASNC board member Roy Payan,
CERT members Luis Aguilar, Esmeralda Garcia, Daniel Duarte and Moira Gomez.

shakeout

Here's a map to help you determine your ASNC community:....

ASNC Map (PDF)


ASNCAlert Email Updates

Policies for postings are announcements only, not 'opinions' - just something verifiable,
relatively local (not necessary to be within the ASNC boundaries).
To receive emails, please send an email to
ASNCAlert-subscribe@yahoogroups.com.
Or just click here to join the e-group: ASNCAlert e-group.

 

 


Documents of Interest
ASNC Bylaws to come
ASNC Bylaws
ASNC Standing Rules



Debs Park

COME AND VISIT ONE OF OUR BEAUTIFUL PARKS
Debs Park, 4235 Monterey Rd, LA

487 acres of wild space, hiking trails, lake, picnic tables and BBQs
~ spectacular views of Downtown LA just a 5 min walk up the ridge ~
Audubon Center is located at 4700 N Griffin Ave, Los Angeles, CA