Weekend Update March 8
Sent Date: 03/09/19



Dealer Ad Plates Now Illegal

As of January 1, the State has made it easier for you and law enforcement to identify suspicious vehicles. Cars and trucks must now have either permanent or temporary numbered plates on both the front and back of the vehicle. The dealer ad paper plates on new cars we have seen for decades are a thing of the past. This can be a significant deterrent to crime in our area, so please do your part and make sure all your vehicles have the plates installed. For more details about the look of legal plates, please follow this link.


Brush Clearance by April 30

Hillside and hillside adjacent homes are inspected annually by the Fire Department to make sure they are not a fire hazard with respect to dry brush. In order to avoid any assessments, the law requires you clear brush by April 30. Inspections will begin May 1, 2019.

Monthly Board Meeting

Tuesday March 12 * 7:30pm * Map

Members Only


  • Introduction of Directors and Guests
  • Approval of January 8, 2019 Minutes
  • LAPD Report – Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray
  • CD 11 Report – Lisa Cahill, Field Deputy for Mike Bonin
  • Treasurer’s Report
  • Annual Meeting Assessment
  • Audit Committee Report 
  • Consideration and Election of New Directors
  • Luxe sign appeal to APC
  • Barry’s Bootcamp APC Hearing
  • Emergency Preparation and Communication 
  • Election of Officers
  • New Business
  • Member Comment – Each speaker will be limited to 2 minutes and all comments limited to 10 minutes unless decided otherwise by the Chair
  • Closed Session - Mount Saint Mary’s University
  • Adjourn