Police patrol, Getty House on Windsor Square agenda

| December 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
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MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI and his family will move to Getty House in January.

Wilshire Division  Capt. Eric Davis and Olympic Division  Capt. Tina Nieto addressed some 120 homeowners at the annual Windsor Square Association Town Hall meeting Nov. 14 at The Ebell.

Senior lead officers Dave Cordova and Joe Pelayo also spoke.

Larry Guzin, WSA president, introduced Amy Wakeland, Mayor Eric Garcetti’s wife, who revealed plans for Getty House.

She said the home will be the scene of several events,

FIRST LADY Amy Wakeland attended the meeting.

FIRST LADY Amy Wakeland attended the meeting.

including a speakers series and a women’s leadership forum.
When questioned, she confirmed that the family, including their infant daughter will be moving to the Tudor home in January.

Also on the agenda was a talk by architect Mary Pickhardt, Irving  Blvd., on the Historic Preservation Overlay Zone and lighting plans for east-west streets.

Pickhardt was on hand to see her husband, Paul Newman, win the Squeaky Wheel award for his work with city agencies in implementing the lighting project in the neighborhood.

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