The Woodland Hills Homeowners Organization (WHHO) has sent a formal letter to Councilman Bob Blumenfield that “vehemently objects to your support for the proposed use… Read More »Homeowners Association Formally Opposes Homeless Hotels
The County of Los Angeles, under the direction of Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, whose Third District includes Woodland Hills, is in negotiations to buy the… Read More »Ventura Blvd. Hotel to Become Housing for Homeless Families
After a nearly year-long process to hear comments from the public on their communities of interest and review census data, this week the City Council… Read More »City Council Keeps Most of West Valley Whole in Final Redistricting Map
Over the past few months, I’ve heard from many constituents concerned about airplane noise over West Valley communities. Portions of the West Valley are under… Read More »Airplane Noise Over West Valley – What’s Being Done?
Valley Cultural Foundation will produce their 20th annual fireworks show in Warner Park this Sunday, July 4. Bob Blumenfield’s July 4 Fireworks Extravaganza, presented by… Read More »Fireworks to Light Up West Valley Skies for the Fourth of July!
The tiny, 100-year-old house at Ventura Boulevard and Glade has withstood nearly a century of weather, various tenants, earthquakes and more, but is succumbing daily… Read More »Saving the Smallest House in Woodland Hills
“It’s a tiny solution to a huge problem,” says Ken Craft. He can state that with authority. Craft, CEO of Hope of the Valley Rescue… Read More »Tiny Homes for Homeless Coming to West Valley
Joined by LA Family Housing at a small celebration under COVID-19 protocols, Councilmember Bob Blumenfield has announced that the City of Los Angeles has purchased… Read More »West Valley Hotels to Become Homeless Housing
Councilman Bob Blumenfield has set the date of November 16 to remove all homeless encampments from the Winnetka and Corbin underpasses of the freeway. LAHSA (Los… Read More »Blumenfield Vows to Move Homeless from Winnetka – But Will They Leave?
We are wearing masks. Practicing self-quarantine. Isolating at home. But what if you don’t have a home? The issue of the homeless during a pandemic… Read More »We’re Self Isolating at Home; But What About the Homeless?
As of April 7, anyone in Los Angeles can now be tested for COVID 19. Prior to that date you had to be deemed “vulnerable,”… Read More »Virus Testing Site Opens in West Valley
The Los Angeles City Council this week reinstated a temporary ordinance that restricts people from living in their cars in residential areas – or next… Read More »City Reinstates Ban on Living In Your Car