Los Feliz Neighborhood Council

Committee Public Safety

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Email safety@losfeliznc.org

Files Agendas & Minutes (Google Drive)

Regular Meeting Time 2nd Tuesday – 7pm

News & Updates

Public Safety Committee Meeting – October 2017

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call.
  2. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items.
  3. Comments from the Chair (Hain).
  4. Los Feliz Crime Update with Senior Lead Officer Gina Paialii
  5. Monthly Safety Pointers
  6. CERT Update and Communications
  7. Hike with Mike in Griffith Park, Saturday October 14, Greek Theatre 8:30 AM to Noon
  8. Hollywood & Gramercy Hollywood Halloween Faire October 29, 3-8
  9. Free Monthly CPR/ First Aid Classes
  10. Valley Disaster Fair recap
  11. Emergency Preparedness and Map Your Neighborhood Training
  12. Other Comments and Announcements.
  13. Approval of Previous Meeting’s Minutes
  14. Adjourn

Public Safety Committee Meeting – September 2017

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call.
  2. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items.
  3. Comments From the Chair (Hain).
  4. Hike With Mike in Griffith Park, Saturday October 14, Greek Theatre 8:30 AM to Noon
  5. Los Feliz Crime Update
  6. Monthly Safety Pointers
  7. CERT Update and Communications
  8. Free Monthly CPR/ First Aid Classes
  9. Other Comments and Announcements
  10. Emergency Preparedness and Map Your Neighborhood Training
  11. Approval of Previous Meeting’s Minutes
  12. Adjourn

Free CPR/AED Training — August 2017

Join the Public Safety Committee for a Free CPR/AED Training Class. Register as soon as possible as space is limited and no walk-ins will be accepted: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=36643119557

This class will teach you what to do in case of a sudden emergency to someone who is choking or having a heart attack. How to perform CPR and how to use the AED after someone is in a cardiac arrest.
Some of the images will be a little graphic, i.e. PG-13

Subjects Covered: Life-Threatening Emergencies

Before Giving Care

  • Identify Behaviors
  • Scene Safety
  • Recognizing Emergency Situations
  • Good Samaritan Laws/Obtaining Consent
  • Emergency Action Steps
  • Moving an Injured Individual
  • Calling Emergency Personnel (9-1-1)
  • Recognizing Shock and Treatment
  • Identify a Heart Attack.

CPR

  • Breathing/Choking
  • Back Blows
  • Abdominal Thrusts
  • Rescue Breathing
  • Chest Compressions

AED

  • When to Deploy
  • How to Use

Sign Up: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=36643119557

Free CPR/AED Training — September 2017

Join the Public Safety Committee for a Free CPR/AED Training Class. Register as soon as possible as space is limited and no walk-ins will be accepted: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=36642914945

This class will teach you what to do in case of a sudden emergency to someone who is choking or having a heart attack. How to perform CPR and how to use the AED after someone is in a cardiac arrest.
Some of the images will be a little graphic, i.e. PG-13

Subjects Covered: Life-Threatening Emergencies

Before Giving Care

  • Identify Behaviors
  • Scene Safety
  • Recognizing Emergency Situations
  • Good Samaritan Laws/Obtaining Consent
  • Emergency Action Steps
  • Moving an Injured Individual
  • Calling Emergency Personnel (9-1-1)
  • Recognizing Shock and Treatment
  • Identify a Heart Attack.

CPR

  • Breathing/Choking
  • Back Blows
  • Abdominal Thrusts
  • Rescue Breathing
  • Chest Compressions

AED

  • When to Deploy
  • How to Use

Sign Up: https://www.eventbrite.com/myevent?eid=36642914945

Hollywood Community Plan Update Public Meeting

On July 8th from 10AM – 12PM, a public meeting will be held at the Los Feliz Public Library to discuss the new draft proposal of the Hollywood Community Plan:

The Hollywood Community Plan (HCPU2) sets the stage for the future of Hollywood. It directs anticipated development to already urbanized areas of the Community Plan Area, identifying suitable areas for new development while preserving existing low-scale neighborhoods.

More information can be found at the Hollywood Community Plan website. This event is not sponsored or being run by the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council.

Public Safety Committee Meeting – June 2017

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call.
  2. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items.
  3. Comments from the Chair (Hain).
  4. Hike with Mike in Griffith Park, Saturday June 14, Greek Theatre 8:30 AM to noon
  5. Los Feliz crime update
  6. Monthly Safety pointers
  7. Homelessness – Report
  8. CERT Update and communications
  9. Finish the Ride, Update from last month
  10. Free CPR/ First aid classes in June and July
  11. Other comments and announcements.
  12. Emergency Preparedness and Map Your Neighborhood Training
  13. Adjourn.

Free CPR/AED Training

The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council is sponsering a FREE CPR class. Michael Hain the Public Safety Rep will teach the course.

RSVPhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/free-cpr-class-sponsored-by-the-los-feliz-neighborhood-council-public-safety-committee-tickets-34986142494

Items covered are:

Before Giving Care

  • Identify Behaviors
  • Scene Safety
  • Recognizing Emergency Situations
  • Good Samaritan Laws/Obtaining Consent
  • Emergency Action Steps
  • Moving an Injured Individual
  • Calling Emergency Personnel (9-1-1)
  • Recognizing Shock and Treatment
  • Identify a Heart Attack.

CPR

  • Breathing/Choking
  • Back Blows
  • Abdominal Thrusts
  • Rescue Breathing
  • Chest Compressions

AED

  • When to Deploy
  • How to Use

Public Safety Committee Meeting – May 2017

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  1. Call to Order. Roll Call.
  2. Public Comments on Non-Agenda Items.
  3. Comments from the Chair (Hain).
  4. Hike with Mike in Griffith Park, Sunday May 14, Greek Theatre 8:30 a.m.
  5. Los Feliz crime update
  6. LAFD Fire Service Day- May 13, 10:00 am- 4:00pm
  7. Monthly Safety pointers
  8. Homelessness – Report
  9. CERT Update and communications
  10. Finish the Ride, Free Kids Bike Workshop, May 21, Gene Autry Museum 8:00 – 1:00
  11. HUNC Renter’s Alliance Meeting- Hollywood Presbyterian Church- May 27, 10:00- 2:00
  12. Other comments and announcements.
  13. Emergency Preparedness and Map Your Neighborhood Training
  14. Adjourn.

How Do I Get a Streetlight Installed?

In general, property owners who will benefit from electrolier streetlights pay for the construction of new street lighting. In addition, benefiting property owners are responsible for cost of operation and maintenance collected annually on the County tax bill.

Until the mid-1950’s, the City did not require developers of housing, commercial and industrial property to install street lighting. So in the older areas of the City, most streets do not have streetlights, unless the developer voluntarily installed them, or a neighborhood group or their Council Office started a project to install them at the property owner’s expense.

Only those who have street lighting pay for it. Maintenance costs are assessed annually. This is not paid for from the basic property taxes or other taxes. New assessments require a vote of the property owners in compliance with Proposition 218, now part of the California Constitution.

Please find three documents below to help with getting a streetlight installed on your street: