The master sign program at the BRE Project on Wilshire and La Brea will be up for discussion at the GWNC Land Use Committee Tuesday, Feb 26- 6:30pm.
Who are you voting for? Larchmont Buzz readers share their ideas on who they are supporting in the upcoming primary City elections.
The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) bestowed their quarterly Citizen Recognition Award on long time GWNC supporter and neighborhood advocate Liz Fuller at their monthly Board Meeting on Wednesday evening.
The five leading candidates for Mayor of Los Angeles sat side by side onstage at John Burroughs Middle School yesterday, and gave residents of greater Wilshire [more…]
Due to last minute scheduling changes, Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti will now be attending the Wilshire Blvd. Mayoral Forum this Sunday at 11 at [more…]
Why vote in the Mayoral Race? Because this time your vote may actually make a difference…
On Tuesday this week, local area women gathered for a “Wine and Sweets” reception at the home of Tara Kelly to meet Kate Anderson, candidate [more…]
This flyer is sponsored by the GWNU—Greater Wilshire Neighbors United—a diverse coalition of neighbors, business owners, association members, parents, school and religious leaders, and community volunteers [more…]
Who are the people running for seats on our Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council? We have the list…and statements from those who chose to provide them…[Read more.]
As the Buzz reported last week, copper wire theft is still occurring in the neighborhood, often in daylight, sometimes in the dark of night, but [more…]
Larchmont Village neighbor, Fred Mariscal, is hosting a backyard gathering on Sunday afternoon so locals can get to know LA City Controller candidate Cary Brazeman. [Read more…]
All candidates who have registered for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s October 28 elections have been invited to speak at its monthly board meeting this Wednesday, October 10, 7:00 p.m. at the Ebell of Los Angeles.
From now until Sept. 28, registration is open for all stakeholders who would like to run for a seat on the board of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council. This is a great way to get involved in your neighborhood! [Read more…]
In the May issue of Los Angeles Magazine, Wendy Greuel gives an interview on what it’s like currently holding three jobs, as City Controller, mayoral candidate and mom.
Councilmembers Jan Perry and Bernard Parks feel the new redistricting is a step backwards for Los Angeles and the progress it’s made in improving relationships and sharing the riches of Los Angeles.
There’s an opportunity this weekend to meet mayoral candidate Jan Perry in person and up close…[Read more.]
Austin Beutner, businessman and candidate for Mayor of Los Angeles, shares his views on the decline of emergency response times in Los Angeles due to city-wide cutbacks and poor planning on the part of CIty Hall…[Read more.]
Councilmen Tom LaBonge and Herb Wesson were thanked at a cocktail reception celebrating the greater Wilshire area being joined together in one Council under the new redistricting….[Read more.]