It's Official! Pico is a GREAT Street.

It's Official! Pico is a GREAT Street.When Mayor Eric Garcetti was campaigning in 2013, he pledged a “back-to-basics” approach, prioritizing job creation and improving city services, safety, and sustainability if elected. One program he created to reach toward those goals is the Great Streets Initiative, which aims to enhance 15 significant corridors in each of L.A.’s…

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100 Children Dressed as Canaries March Against Neighborhood Oil Drilling in South LA

100 Children Dressed as Canaries March Against Neighborhood  Oil Drilling in South LAMore than 100 children from two summer programs in South Los Angeles took to the streets July 20, dressed as bright yellow birds to demonstrate that they, their families, and their neighbors should not be treated like canaries in a coal mine because of the two oil drilling operations less…

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Prostitution Along Western

Prostitution Along Western Neighborhood websites have been lighting up with complaints, pictures and reactions to the prostitution that plagues Western Blvd.  TNN decided to sit down with a seasoned veteran of the prostitution problem on Western, Captain Palazzolo from Olympic Division.TNN:In what area of Western Blvd. is prostitution most active? Capt.…

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Wilshire Police Division Going the Extra Mile for the Homeless

Wilshire Police Division Going the Extra Mile for the Homeless TNN:Sgt. Morgan, I know that you've have been assigned as the Wilshire Division liaison for homeless issues in our community, so can you tell us a little bit about that project?  Sgt. Morgan:At the beginning of this year I was asked to see what else we can do to…

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Resident Water Saving Winners

Resident Water Saving WinnersTNN put out a call to readers to submit photos and stories showing how they saved water and the winner would get a $50 gift to their favorite TNN restaurant.  We couldn't decide between Greg Schreiner of Carmona Ave. and Maria Norris of Somerset Dr. so we will split the…

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Going Nextdoor

Going NextdoorToday’s world is a fast-paced and increasingly tech-centric world, yet despite our virtual connectivity, many of us feel disconnected from the community at large.  A 2014 study conducted by Harris Interactive found that just 14 percent of Americans have a way to communicate with most or all of their neighbors.…

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Small Victory For 16th Place Residents

Small Victory For 16th Place ResidentsPrior to the recent CD10 elections and after several years of endless unanswered emails, Council President Wesson finally met with 16th Place residents to intervene on their behalf with the CIM development agency. CIM created the development at the corner of San Vicente and Venice Blvd. and includes big name…

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Freeport McMoRan's Burning Desire - An Interview with Steve Peckman

Freeport McMoRan's Burning Desire - An Interview with Steve PeckmanIn an effort to keep oil giant Freeport McMoRan and the City engaged  in a process that ensures fair play, transparency, and accountability to protect the health and welfare of their community, Steve Peckman and Michael Salman, with the help of Council President Wesson forced Freeport back to the table…

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Coyote Sighting

Coyote SightingA coyote has been spotted in the Longwood Highlands community (between Olympic and San Vicente from Rimpau to La Brea).   Resident and Block Captain for the Longwood Area Neighborhood Watch, Joyce White, reports, “A HUGE Coyote, as big or perhaps BIGGER than my dog Bentley, was spotted trying to…

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NATURAL IVY FOUNDATION - WORKING FOR CD10's HOMELESS

NATURAL IVY FOUNDATION - WORKING FOR CD10's HOMELESSSome hold up signs at freeway exits, others live nomadic lives out of their shopping carts but not much else is known about the area’s homeless community. Natural Ivy Foundation located on Hobart at Venice Blvd,  focuses on learning more about the people who live on the streets of Council District…

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Established in August of 2008 by writerartist Dianne V. Lawrence, The Neighborhood News covers the events, people, history, politics and historic architecture of communities throughout the Mid-City and West Adams area in Los Angeles Council District 10.

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