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Your newly elected Board of Directors and Officers

We are excited to present your new Toluca Lake Homeowners Board, bringing a wide array of expertise, all longtime residents of Toluca Lake, and all with an enthusiasm to serve!

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Pictured above from the 2018 Annual Meeting at Honey Baked Ham, left to right:

Richard Bogy- Past President
Dana Wells Boyd- Director
Bob Wexler- Director
Jon Mukri- Director
Sol Ajalat- Director
Councilmember David Ryu
Pam Scharlach- Director and Membership Chair
Larry Singer-Director and Social Media Chair
Jay Goldberg- Director
Karen Winchell- Director
Mary Vossler- Director
Susanne Hayes- Treasurer
Beth Eras- Secretary
Steve Hampar- President
Kari Negri- Vice President and Events Chair

Not Pictured:
Ryan Kugler- Director and Turkey Trot Chair
Dianna Buck- Director



Warm greetings of the 4th of July and HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

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In case you don’t already know about it, the residents of Toluca Lake (and beyond) celebrate the 4th with an annual neighborhood parade, including drums, bugles, riders of bikes and trikes, etc., and marchers processing up Whipple Street at 11 a.m.

I encourage you to walk the short distance to Whipple St. (anywhere between Arcola and Strohm) to watch the parade, or, even better, if you are so inclined, to gather at Whipple and Arcola at about 10:45 a.m. to join your neighbors in this annual celebration of our Independence.

An important reminder, the North Hollywood LAPD will be cracking down on illegal fireworks this year.

HAPPY (And safe) 4TH!


From the Desk of Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian

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For decades, the rising cost of housing and lack of funding for supportive services have left the most vulnerable citizens and families of LA County without shelter, jobs, or mental health services. With the Great Recession of 2008 and the housing crisis of today crippling those already in poverty, last year we saw more people living on the streets than ever before.   Continue reading


National Night Out

NationalNightOut2018logoHosted by our sister organization, the Greater Toluca Lake Neighborhood Council will be bringing National Night Out to Toluca Lake on Tuesday, August 7th 2018. 

Mark your calendars…fun for the entire family….

Check back for further details!

What is National Night Out?

 


TLHOA Monthly Meeting

Our regular monthly meeting to discuss how to make Toluca Lake a safe and great place to live is usually held in a stuffy conference room. But, our President, Richard Bogy, treated to meeting at Lakeside Country Club which was a really nice change of pace.

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Toluca Lake Home Owners Association Board of Directors, June 2017
(clockwise around the table) Richard Bogy (President), Janice Eaton (Secretary),
Sol Ajalat, Dianna Buck, Steve Hampar (V.P.), Beth Eras, Jeanie Hatch,
Larry Singer, Pam Scharlach, Bob Wexler, Kari Negri (Treasurer).
Not pictured: Reyn Blight, Susanne Hayes, Ryan Kugler.


Sleeping in Vehicle Enforcement

LivingInYourCar200Sleeping overnight in cars in LA will be enforced starting February 7, 2017.

If you have any questions reach out to our Sr. Lead Officer, John Antonioli (36968@lapd.online) or Diego H. Edber, Deputy City Attorney and Neighborhood Prosecutor, North Hollywood Division (Diego.Edber@lacity.org)
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Councilmember Ryu and Toluca Lake community leaders meet at Patys Restaurant

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Los Angeles Councilmember David Ryu, along with several of his staff, recently met with Toluca Lake community leaders at Patys Restaurant for an open forum discussing Toluca Lake, one of the communities in the jurisdiction of Council District 4.

Toluca Lake was well represented with leaders from the Homeowners Association, Neighborhood Council, Garden Club, Lake Association, Chamber of Commerce, along with several business owners. Continue reading


All Things Toluca Lake – Pancake Breakfast 2016


Everything Toluca Lake by Steve Hampar 350bEDITOR’S NOTE: The Tolucan Times welcomes Steve Hampar to our pages. This column will appear periodically in The Toluca Time.

12th Annual Pancake Breakfast at Fire Station 86
‘Fire Service Recognition Day’

The second Saturday of each May is designated “Fire Service Recognition Day” by the Los Angeles Fire Department, which was created to bolster community relationships. On that day each year all neighborhood fire stations throughout the City open their doors for tours, learn about the services they offer, interact with firefighters, promote fire safety knowledge and enjoy some family fun. Continue reading


Favorite Non-Profit Organization

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Valley Interfaith Council – SF Valley Senior Centers | Voted San Fernando Valley’s Favorite Charity 2015!

Valley Interfaith Council is proud to announce that we have been voted FAVORITE NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION in the recently released prestigious 16th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards from the Daily News! With over 20 thousand votes this year, being voted favorite is a huge accomplishment!

Established in 1964, Valley Interfaith Council, or VIC as we are commonly known, has a long history of providing critical feeding programs and other services to those in need in the San Fernando Valley.

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PALS Golf Tournament – Monday, July 13th

How Do We Build A Better Community?
East Valley PALS Has A Few Clues…

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Some of the most effective community building in the East Valley is being done by people you may not be familiar with. Yet.

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The East Valley Police Activity League Supporters (PALS) has been working with the North Hollywood Division of the LAPD for Continue reading