Monday May 3• 7pm • Planning & Land Use Committee (PLUC) AGENDA
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Sustainability & Resiliency Committee to be convened • No Meeting in May

Monday May 10 • 7pm • Joint Board with Outreach & Communications Committee AGENDA
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Mount Washington Local Issues Committee to be convened • No Meeting in May

Monday May 17 • 7pm • Budget & Finance/Rules & Elections/Agenda Setting Committees
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Tuesday May 18• 7pm • Montecito Heights Local Issues Committee
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Monday May 24 • 7pm • Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council Governing Board
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Thursday May 27 • 7pm • Monterey Hills Local Issues Committee
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Volunteers oversee distribution of Thanksgiving dinners and LA Food Bank grocery boxes from Councilmember Gil Cedillo on November 20. A zillion thanks to ASNCers Steve Austin, Teresa Bonsell, Lynda Valencia, Rose Zitomersky, Brenda Rees and the rest of the tireless helpers including Jeannie Park and more reps from Historic Highland Park NC, Javier and friends of the Sycamore Park Foursquare Church and Bill Cody and other CD1 staffers. See more photos

ASNC Boardmember Lynda Valencia offers dental supplies to Trick or Treaters at the
ASNC Halloween Drive Thru. Candy, pumpkins, almond cookies, toys and other treats
were shared with stakeholders on October 30. Many thanks to Councilmember Cedillo,
LA Metro, Mt. Washington Homeowners Alliance and Avenue 50 Studio as well as to the
Sycamore Park Foursquare Church for hosting the event. See more photos

Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council is teamed with
CM Gil Cedillo, Supervisor Hilda Solis, Sycamore Grove Foursquare Church
and other community heroes to distribute Back-To-School Supplies
Saturday September 26 noon• Many thanks to contributors and
to State Senator Maria Elena Durazo for volunteering! See more photos

Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council partnered with
CM Gil Cedillo, Supervisor Hilda Solis and Sycamore Grove Foursquare Church
to distribute food and supplies to the community in August • Click to see the video!

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The Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council (ASNC) was certified in 2002 under the Charter of the City of Los Angeles to advise L.A.'s elected officials and departments regarding local and citywide governmental issues on behalf of the stakeholders of Montecito Heights, Monterey Hills, Mount Washington and Sycamore Grove. It is, effectively, the focused voice of these communities on a broad range of important issues: the delivery of city services, public safety, land use and open space, economic development, the environment, arts and culture, and more. ASNC Bylaws

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ASNC has initiated a monthly Certificate of Recognition for individuals/businesses/organizations
that best represent the character and values of the Arroyo Seco communities.
Nominations are made at Outreach Committee meetings and voted on at monthly Board meetings.

Roy Payan of Montecito Heights received the Certificate of Recognition in November honoring
his advocacy for the visually impared in community colleges and California State colleges

Monterey Hills' Doris Johnson Received the Certificate of Recognition For August

In June in honor of their contributions as volunteers at ASNC events, the Certificate of Recognition
was given to the kids of Hathaway-Sycamore. Council District 1 also gave them certificates from the City.

In April, the ASNC presented the Certificate of Recognition to Ben Park, a longtime resident of
Mt. Washington, for his tireless commitment to public safety, especially the Map Your Neighborhood effort.

Pictured Vice President Drew Paonessa, Ben and President Lynda Valencia. Photo Rider Strong

The first award goes to Maxx Capps of Young Storytellers who led the program at Latona Elementary
in Montecito Heights. On either side of Maxx are ASNC's Drew Paonessa and Rider Strong, who spearheaded
the effort. All three received Certificates from Mayor Garcetti.
ASNC President Lynda Valencia is on the left.

Hundreds of Students Receive Back-to-School Backpacks thanks to ASNC!


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Documents of Interest
ASNC Bylaws to come
ASNC Bylaws
ASNC Standing Rules