Sherman Oaks Library Square Block Party

The council office was thrilled to participate in the Library Square neighborhood’s annual block party this year. It has been a great year for the neighborhood all of the streets were resurfaced and the turnout at the block party was larger than ever. Pictured is Alice Roth, Deputy District Director, Councilmember Tom LaBonge and Emily Newmark, Neighborhood Watch Community Leader and Coordinator of successful annual event with neighborhood children.

Tour LaBonge Rides Through Toluca Lake

T34-Community News LaBongeTour LaBonge was spotted in Toluca Lake Wednesday evening. Riders took a stroll through the Village and rode on the new Vineland Avenue bike lanes through neighborhood streets. They also had the opportunity to stop at an amazing treasure in California history, Campo De Cahuenga. At this historic site, riders were even given a brief history lesson on the birthplace of California by historian Richard Bogy. The last Tour LaBonge will be the Hollywood summer bike ride, which will take place Wednesday August 6th. Please meet the CD4 team at our Hollywood Field Office located at 6501 Fountain Ave). Police will provide traffic control. All riders must be at least 12 years of age, wear helmets, sign waivers, and leave pets at home. Next week is the last Tour LaBonge for the year, so don’t miss out! See you there!


The Friends of the Glendale Public Library Book Nook is Open!

T34-Community News GlendaleThe Friends of the Glendale Public Library Book Nook bookstore is open from noon to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday, noon to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard St. Donations of used books are welcome. For more information, call (818) 548-2020.


New Josyln Adult Center Oasis Result of Local Collaboration

T34-Community News BurbankMembers of Leadership Burbank have replaced a shuffleboard court at Joslyn Adult Center with an Oasis — a mini park that seniors and the community can enjoy.

The project would not have happened without the collaboration between Leadership Burbank Class of 2014 and the Burbank Park, Recreation and Community Services Department, said Gayle B. Migden, recreation supervisor at Joslyn. The project brought together people from different occupations — many who were leaders and accustomed to making independent decisions. They learned to work as a team, said Vicki Fenton from Nickelodeon Animation Studios. To join the next Leadership Burbank class, visit leadershipburbank.org.


Public Scoping Meeting – California High Speed Rail Authority

T34-Community News Sherman OaksThe California High Speed Rail Authority is holding a public Scoping meeting on the Palmdale to Burbank, and Burbank to Los Angeles sections, at the Buena Vista Branch Library, 300 N. Buena Vista Street, Burbank, CA 91505, on Wednesday, August 6, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm.

Public comment will be received and interpreters will be available.

As part of the environmental process, the Authority is holding public scoping meetings to receive comments. All comments will be considered in the preparation of the environmental documents and become part of the record.


Bird’s Eye View of Charming Pasadena City Hall Provided by Drones

T34-Community News PasadenaPasadena City Hall is known for its historic charm and architectural beauty, but according to local photographer Philip Coombes, the typical view from Holly Street doesn’t even do it justice. Instead, he recommends the bird’s eye view.

“From the air it’s absolutely spectacular. When you are actually looking down on it, it looks like a villa in Florence, Italy,” Coombes said. “It’s such a different perspective, and things you can’t see or capture when you’re at eye level.”

Seen here is a drone’s view of Pasadena City Hall. Aerial photography has become more popular recently with many photographers taking to the skies using small unmanned aircraft for everything from real estate promotion to large event coverage to motion pictures. (Photo by Phil Coombes)


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