The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council (LFNC) is seeking a local writer to help with of our written endeavors. That’s everything from wicked website content, sublime social media posts, peerless press releases and punching up the prose on formal resolutions and council correspondence; plus the occasionally spinning up of some awesome ad copy.
This Designated Staff position is part of our growing Outreach team. The council’s Executive Committee will formally appoint some lucky person early in 2018.
If you’re a wordsmith extraordinaire (like writing IS your day job) adept at churning copy and turning phrases, yet has no fear of killing a darling, you could be the special person we’re looking for. The commitment is a few hours a month–or more if you’re so inclined– of doing what you’re already great at. The pay is a whopping: zero, but the praise is endless. Almost.
All Los Feliz Neighborhood Council members are volunteers who give up some of their time and talents to help keep Los Feliz the swell place it is. If this sounds like your sort of thing, we’d love to hear from you (in writing).
Know of a pothole in Los Feliz that needs fixing? Let us know!
LA City’s Bureau of Street Services will be conducting a one day, targeted street repair campaign to perform small asphalt repairs.
Small asphalt repairs include:
- Potholes and pop outs
- Skin patching of eroded or cracked areas
- Some sidewalk and curb repairs
- Some repairs on concrete streets
Are you passionate about the Vermont Triangle? Do you have any big ideas or feedback you would like to share with the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council?
Now is the chance to join the conversation! Take the official LFNC Vermont Triangle Community Outreach Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H7L6ZWZ
The survey takes just 5 minutes to complete. Thanks for sharing your vision!
The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council Transportation & Mobility Committee is gathering feedback from the neighborhood concerning Greek Theatre traffic, noise, and parking. This past season was the first where the LA Department of Recreation & Parks was running things, with new traffic and parking plans, and we want to hear from you on how things went.
Though you may not receive a response directly, please know that your feedback will be read.