ARROYO SECO NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL (ASNC)
Public Safety Committee
Fresco Community Market Meeting Area
5914 Monterey Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Wed, Jan 19, 2011 –7:00 p.m.
I. Opening remarks and welcome to membership *
II. Stakeholder comments on non-agenda items within the scope of committee’s mandate ** (2 mins. ea.).
III. Old Business:
A. Discussion on exactly what is needed for the ASNC CERT medical kit replacement supplies (expired shelf-life), and where to purchase an ASNC CERT ez-up canopy using $500 in funds approved at the Oct 2010 board meeting.
IV. New Business:
A. New Community Project Funding Request – Discussion of the following motion:
1. $2500, ASNC Emergency Supplies Storage Bin – Motion to allocate up to $2500 in community project funds (Category: Public Safety) to purchase a 10'x10' emergency supply storage bin (http://www.container.com/containers.html) similar to that owned by the Silver Lake and Lake Balboa Neighborhood Councils. Bin would be stored outside behind Hermon Community Church. ASNC's current emergency supplies, which are stored on the 2nd floor of the church and the high school, will be transferred into the bin for easier accessibility after a disaster. [Request Originator: Mark Legassie, Public Safety Cmte Chair]
B. New CERT Level 1 certification program being offered on Tuesday evenings at 7:00pm, starting March 15 (Hermon Community Church Fellowship Center, 5800 Monterey Rd, LA 90042)
C. Northeast LA CERT drill scheduled for March 2011
D. Next Public Safety Meeting (TBD).
* The ASNC Public Safety Committee is open to all Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council stakeholders
** (from ASNC Bylaws): ART. VIII (COMMITTEES) All committees shall be composed of both board and non-board members.
The purpose of the ASNC [is to]: 1) Provide a forum for discussion and review of ASNC issues and projects; 2) Engage stakeholders in deliberation and collaboration on matters affecting the community; 3) Promote participation in City governance and decision making processes, and to promote greater awareness and utilization of city services available to (ASNC) stakeholders; 4) Work with other neighborhood councils, communities and organizations on issues of common interest; 5) Advocate ASNC issues to government and private agencies, where there is widespread community agreement; 6) Inform and educate community stakeholders and residents of forthcoming projects, events, and resources available.
[Please direct questions about this meeting announcement to the committee chair at (323) 895-6275; email@example.com]