New, old representatives at Windsor Village potluck

| September 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

CHILDREN play on a city fire truck at the annual potluck.

More than 40 people gathered in the backyard garden of Vicky Bascoy for Windsor Village Associaton’s annual pot- luck Sept. 8.
City redistricting moved Windsor Village—bordered by Wilshire, Crenshaw, Olympic and Lucerne—from Council District 10 to CD 4. Windsor Village residents wanted to thank Councilmember Wesson for his many years of service and welcome Councilmember LaBonge, the area’s new representative.
“We are grateful to Councilmember Wesson and his staff for being instrumental in helping Windsor Village become an Historic Preservation Overlay Zone,” said Laurie Kaufman, Windsor Village board of directors Secretary. “We are sad to say goodbye to Mr. Wesson and his staff, but excited to formally join the greater Larchmont community.”
LaBonge field officer Ben Seinfeld announced that improvements will take place soon at Harold Henry Park (899 S. Windsor Blvd.), which could include the playground area as well as additional picnic tables.
Additionally, the Los Angeles Fire Department brought two trucks for the neighborhood children to enjoy.

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