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• Windsor Square Association’s Annual Meeting Thursday November 13 – SAVE THE DATE!

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

Please plan to join us!

All Windsor Square Residents

Invited to Attend Windsor Square Association’s

Annual “Town Hall” Meeting

Residents of Windsor Square are invited to the Windsor Square Association annual “Town Hall” meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at The Ebell, 743 South Lucerne Boulevard (between Wilshire and 8th).

Our meeting agenda will include a review of Association activities during 2014, block captains, public safety, land use issues and other community concerns and speeches by commanders of local police stations and other civic officials.  Association Directors for 2015 will be elected and the 2014 Squeaky Wheel award will be presented to a neighbor whose efforts improved the quality of life in Windsor Square.

Our annual meeting is a good opportunity to meet, socialize and discuss issues of mutual concern with Association directors, block captains and other Windsor Square residents, and to meet with police officers, civic officials, private security companies and others who provide services to our neighborhood.

The Windsor Square Association promotes public safety, social welfare, community education and the quality of living for residents of 1,100 homes in Windsor Square, between Beverly Boulevard on the north and Wilshire Boulevard on the south, and between Arden Boulevard on the west and Van Ness Avenue on the east.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Welcome for our new Neighborhood Prosecutor on Monday, 9.15, 6:30 pm @ LACMA

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

The public is invited to a welcome reception for our new Neighborhood Prosecutor on Monday, September 15, 6:30 pm at LACMA, Brown Auditorium. Complimentary parking available in the Wilshire/Spaulding lot. Prosecutor Mehrnoosh Zahiri will be introduced by City Attorney Mike Feuer. This is particularly relevant for people concerned with marijuana dispensaries, illegal dumping, school safety or other issues handled by the City Attorney.

HPOZ information, preservation and sustainability at the Historic Neighborhood Conference on Wilshire, 10.18.14

Saturday, September 13th, 2014

• Annual Historic Neighborhood Conference will be in our neighborhood this year on Saturday, October 18 from 8:30 am to 4 pm at the Wilshire United Methodist Church. Sponsored by the Department of City Planning and the LA Conservancy it includes talks and workshops about local preservation issues such as our HPOZ (Historic Preservation Overlay Zone) focusing this year on sustainability. You may register in advance for $25 or $30 at www.laconservancy.org/neighborhoods or at the door for $35.