Monday, May 10th 2010 Outreach Committee Meeting
CBS Studio Center
Edit. Bldg. 2, Room 6
4024 Radford Ave.
Studio City, CA 91604
06:00 PM-08:00 PM >>more info
Wednesday, May 12th 2010 Budget Committee Meeting CBS Studio Center
Edit. Bldg. 2, Suite 6
4024 Radford Ave.
Studio City, CA 91604
06:00 PM-07:00 PM >>more info
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SCNC ELECTION INFORMATION
Please click HERE for a certified list of candidates running for the Board of the Studio City Neighborhood Council, who will be placed on the May 27, 2010 ballot. There is still an opportunity to sign up as a write in candidate through April 27, 2010!
Please click on the link below to be directed to your NC's Candidate Filing Packet. You will need to click on Candidate Filing Packet to be directed to the forms.
For more information, please call the LA City Clerk Neighborhood Council Election Unit at (213) 978-0444 or the SCNC Office at (818) 655-5400
HELP US BUILD A HISTORY OF STUDIO CITY!
The SCNC Cultural Affairs Committee is organizing neighborhood walkabouts throughout Studio City, and we want to include your neighborhood.
We are looking for:
People to represent your neighborhood, be it you or anyone you know that may have an interest.
Information on any parts of Studio City (neighborhoods, businesses, schools, people that had an impact on Studio City or was influential in "LA", etc. .)
History is around every corner...please share your stories and photos with us (you'll get the photos back for we will just scan them).
For more information or to join us on a scheduled walkabout, please contact the Cultural Affairs committee at email@example.com.
HOA & BEYOND: WHAT TO PREPARE FOR
Moving to Studio City? If you’re located in central LA or the San Fernando Valley, you not only have to find a reliable Beverly Hills mover like Pure Movers, but you have to prepare for unexpected expenses as well.
HOA fees and rules are important to consider. You may be drawn to your new condo’s amenities, but swimming pools, fitness centers and parking lots can ultimately increase your annual spend on housing, as can renovations and routine repairs.
Learn more about what you're getting in to when moving to a new house or condo by studying California HOA laws.
The Department of City Planning invites you to attend workshops to discuss the proposed Studio City Residential Floor Area (RFA) District. On March 18th and March 22nd, the Department will hold two public workshops to provide you with more information about the proposal and to seek your input. You have been emailed this notice because you own property or reside within the proposed Studio City RFA District Area or have indicated an interest in this proposal.
Please join us at either of the workshops and share this invitation with your friends and neighbors. We look forward to seeing you and getting your feedback.
Please see the attached PDF for more information.
SCNC Board Meetings.
The SCNC Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 7:00pm at CBS Studio Center, Building 8, MPR-3 meeting room (you can ask the CBS guard at the gate for directions). All Council meetings are open to the public. You are welcome participate and encouraged to attend. Meeting agendas are posted at least 72 hours before each meeting on this website, the Studio City Public Library, outside the gate of CBS Studio Center, Carpenter Elementary School and Studio City Recreational Center.
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What is the Neighborhood Council?
Created by City Charter (pdf) to make government more responsive to local needs, the Studio City Neighborhood
Council (SCNC), now in its fourth annual term, is an elected body officially recognized by the City of Los Angeles to promote greater access and participation in the political process. Its mission is to build community and advise City government on issues of local concern, and to direct information between local Stakeholders and city agencies. Its members include a diverse group of Studio City stakeholders who pledge to fight for you and present your interest at City Hall.