For many of us, the new year creates an opportunity to make plans and goals to accomplish in the next twelve months. For those looking to get more involved in their neighborhood, January is a fresh start to give your time, talent or treasure to the myriad of local groups that are always looking for new, enthusiastic people interested in joining their organizations.
Here is a short list of local groups that can help you accomplish your goal of getting involved and giving back to your neighborhood in 2018:Continue reading →
The Neighborhood Council of Westchester/Playa recognized two area leaders for their dedication to the community at its annual New Year’s potluck on Tuesday, January 3.
Margie Hanson was honored for her work with organizations including the Airport Marina Counseling Service and the Jet to Jetty; the Pacific Area Boosters, the LAX Coastal Chamber and Westchester Vitalization. Hanson was also praised for using her expertise in online communications to help promote local businesses and organizations. Continue reading →
January is often a time for people to make goals and a list of things they’d like to accomplish in the next 12 months. If one of your resolutions this year is to give back and get involved in your local community but you’re not sure where to get started, Covenant Presbyterian Church is hosting its second annual Community Connections event on Sunday, January 29. The goal is to showcase, in an expo type environment, local groups, organizations and nonprofits that can “help you or help others.” Continue reading →
In what was called a “big win for the community and a big win for LAX,” it was announced on August 17 that a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between LAWA and the Alliance for a Regional Solution to Airport Congestion (ARSAC) over modernization plans at LAX had been negotiated. The tentative agreement, which goes before the L.A. City Council on Wednesday, August 31 for a public hearing and vote, would allow LAWA to move forward with billions of dollars in projects to help modernize LAX, including safety enhancements and the proposed Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) without the threat of litigation from ARSAC.