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TOLUCA LAKE

Tom LaBonge Sponsors National Night Out In Toluca Lake

On Tuesday, August 5th from 5:30pm – 8:30pm at the CHASE Bank Parking Lot (10050 Riverside Drive, Toluca Lake) it is National Night Out. Bring your families and friends and show your support to local law enforcement and meet your neighbors! Attendees even have the opportunity to meet the Senior Lead Officer, Rob Benavidez. Come out and enjoy frozen crush Italian Ice, Hot Dogs, refreshments, live entertainment, raffles and more!

GLENDALE

Former Glendale resident looks to revive Armenian winery tradition

T33-Community News GlendaleArmenia is home to one of the oldest-known winemaking facilities, which researchers found in a cave a few years ago, but it’s by no means a wine mecca.

That didn’t stop Mouradian, a former Glendale resident and wine enthusiast, from buying open land in a valley there and planting grape vines.

Mouradian now has the land, the grapes, and has made a few test batches of blended wines, but he doesn’t have a name for his winery and he hasn’t put any bottles on the market.

“We did a couple barrels just for testing purposes, that’s all,” he said. “I think they are good. They are perfect. Next year, I think we’ll go a little further.”

BURBANK

Street closures slated near Empire Center

T33-Community News BurbankMotorists this week can expect street closures near the Empire Center in Burbank as crews work on the $355-million Empire construction project on the Golden State (5) Freeway, state transportation officials said.

From 10 p.m. to 6 p.m. through Friday, Victory Place to be reduced to one lane north of Empire Avenue, and Empire Avenue at Victory Place will be left-turn only, according to the California Department of Transportation.

The following permanent closures are also in effect on the 5 Freeway:

1800 W Empire Ave, Burbank, CA, 91504, United States

  • Northbound Burbank Boulevard/Walnut Avenue on-ramp
  • Southbound Scott Road off-ramp, which will be integrated into the Empire interchange slated to open in mid-2016
  • Southbound Victory Place/Lincoln Street on-ramp, which will also be integrated into the Empire interchange

Transportation officials reminded motorists to be attentive to closures, slow for the cone zone and move over a lane where possible.

PASADENA

Pasadena City Council unanimously approves citywide water conservation plan

T33-Community News PasadenaThe Pasadena City Council declared a water supply shortage exists Monday and unanimously voted on establishing a 20 percent citywide water conservation target.

The water conservation plan is scheduled to take place immediately.

The vote also approved an implementation of Level 1 water supply shortage measures, which limits outdoor watering to three days per week and requires customers to fix leaks within 72 hours.

Pasadena Water and Power recommended the City Council limit outdoor watering to Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays starting immediately through Oct. 31 and beginning Nov. 1 through March 31 that outdoor watering be limited to Saturdays only.

Residents found in violation of the shortage measures can face fines of up to $500 per violation.

SHERMAN OAKS

LA’s Most Stylish Co-Working Space: Now Open in Sherman Oaks

T33-Community News Sherman OaksWORK. by The Office Stylist is now open in Sherman Oaks and welcomes entrepreneurs, freelancers and consultants who are ready to get off the couch, out of the coffee shop, and into a chic workspace.

We offer a range of workspaces (shared desks, single desks and windowed offices) and full and part-time membership options.

Your workspace is beautifully styled by The Office Stylist (www.theofficestylist.com) herself, and you will enjoy inclusive luxuries such as fruit-infused and bottled water, a Keurig, a candy buffet, and, of course, super-fast internet.

Come surround yourself with fabulous style and fabulous people: www.WorkTOS.com

For more information, contact: 5170 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 260 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 818-235-1021, workbytheofficestylist@gmail.com

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