Come one, come all...to the
Wilshire Blvd Mayoral Town Hall
Sunday, February 10, 2013, 11:00 a.m.
John Burroughs Middle School
600 S. McCadden Place
The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council invites you and your family to attend the Larchmont Family Fair for a fun-filled day and to learn about Emergency Preparedness.
Sunday - October 29 - Noon-5:00 p.m.
On Larchmont Boulevard, between 1st & Beverly
Free flashlights while they last!
An immigrant rights march is planned for Wilshire Boulevard on Monday, May 1, effectively closing Wilshire boulevard for five hours, from 3p-8p, from the west side of Alvarado Blvd. to LaBrea Ave.
Marchers will begin to gather at MacArthur Park at 3p. The march is expected to begin at 4p, ending at Wilshire and LaBrea. A stage will be erected at Wilshire and LaBrea for speeches. The boulevard is expected
to re-open at 8 p.m.
Because of potential traffic problems, the commanding officer of the LAPD's Wilshire Division, Capt. Richard Wemmer, recommends that people who live in the adjoining neighborhoods telecommute, leave work early or stay home unless they plan to participate in the march. Everyone should expect delays and drive carefully if you choose to travel. Depending on the event, Sixth Street and Eighth Street could also be closed.
Agenda includes (the official agenda is attached here):
1. Call to Order (Charlie Dougherty)
2. Roll Call (Jane Gilman)
3. Reading of the Minutes (Jane Gilman)
4. Treasurer’s Report (Susan O’Connell)
5. Report on Revised Bylaws and Action on Amendments (Jane Usher) (30 minutes)
6. Report on Initial Organization (Charlie Dougherty and Susan O’Connell) (5 minutes)
7. Report on Issues Survey (Jim Wolf) (5 minutes)
8. Report on Project Survey (Margy Hudson) (5 minutes)
9. Report on Liason Committee (Roy Forbes) (5 minutes)
10. Report on Council File situation (Arlin Low) (5 minutes)