Tag: Windsor Square Association
Windsor Square Association Urges Consensus for Tree Removal and Replacement Plan for Larchmont Blvd.
Last month, we reported on the Larchmont BID’s plan to remove and replace the Ficus trees on Larchmont Blvd. This week the Windsor Square Association sent a letter to CD 4 Councilmember David Ryu asking him to prevent the City from issuing permits to remove any trees on Larchmont Blvd. “Our association believes the City should […]
For residents interested in finding out more about our local neighborhoods, there are two big neighborhood meetings this week. The Larchmont Village Neighborhood Association is holding its semi-annual meeting this Tuesday evening at Van Ness Elementary School at 7 pm. Guest and topics for discussion include LAPD Senior Lead Officers on crime prevention, CD 4 Staff, […]
Residents who serve as volunteer block captains for the Windsor Square Association gathered last week to discuss neighborhood issues at their annual meeting in June and Paul Bilgore’s Windsor Blvd. backyard. Windsor Square Association (WSA) President Larry Guzin welcomed more than 50 people including Captain David Kowalski (who recently took over LAPD’s Olympic Division), Captain […]
The Norton Avenue traffic island is in full bloom, creating a small wildflower field in the midst of a very busy traffic intersection at Norton Avenue and Sixth Street. Planted just last year, as you can see from photos taken by the Buzz last year, the small space is now brimming with colorful native plants, a […]
Windsor Square Association President Larry Guzin welcomed Council member David Ryu to his first address to residents of Windsor Square, as they gathered at the Ebell of Los Angeles for their annual meeting on Thursday, November 12. Ryu presented an update on his 100-Days “report card,” now some 130 days into his term in office. Ryu […]
The Windsor Square Association will hold their annual “Town Hall” meeting at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at The Wilshire Ebell, 743 South Lucerne Blvd (between Wilshire and 8th). The meeting will be chaired by WSA President Larry Guzin and is expected to discuss neighborhood activities during 2014, block captains, public safety, land use issues and […]