Social Distancing Reduces Traffic At Brentwood Farmer's Market
Mayor Garcetti talks with Mike Bonin and first responders during Dec 2017 fire.
BHA Update 2019.05.10
Sent Date: 05/10/19
Survey: Police Patrols
BHA Members, please take 5 minutes to fill out this survey in an effort to get more police patrols in our area. (We are Council District 11)
Councilmember Bonin and LAPD were on the panel at our 2018 Annual Meeting at which we urged more police presence in Brentwood and we need to show our support for this effort.
A Message From MIKE BONIN: The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for input on a study that will help the Department improve patrol staffing, increase neighborhood police presence, and reduce response times in our communities.
This study is part of an effort I launched in 2017 to get more patrol officers in our neighborhoods. My “Back to Basic Car” initiative has already led to more than 600 LAPD officers being reassigned to community patrols, where they have an opportunity to get to know the neighborhoods they are keeping safe and to build relationships with the neighbors they work within the community.
Brentwood School Update
Brentwood School will have a community meeting, Sunday, May 19 from 4pm to 5pm, to discuss Phase I of their West Campus Project (scheduled to commence after June 15, 2019) and their application for a haul route that would utilize N. Saltair July 30 to August 30 for the excavation required for a new classroom building and underground parking. The meeting will take place in the West Campus Music Room. Please RSVP HERE. If you cannot attend or have any questions, please email the school by clicking this link: email school or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet Your Firefighters
Saturday, May 11, is officially Fire Service Day in LA. If you get a chance, stop by Fire Station 19 on Sunset just west of Kenter and say hi to your local team. Through the BHA, you have supported the firefighters by providing meals and equipment. Individual board members also supplemented or matched those donations. If you would like to contribute, write us here and we can tell you how!
Power Line Trivia
- Did you know the third biggest threat to power lines after trees and wind is mylar balloons?
- Hate those unsightly power lines next to your house? You can bury them...for $1,200 a foot! Of course, that doesn't include the cost of hardscape or landscape restoration, or cable and telephone lines.
Look for the BHA booth at the Brentwood 5K Run on June 9!