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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Election

| March 16, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council election. Visit greaterwilshire.org/2021-elections.

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Meeting

| March 10, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, 7 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login.

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Register by March 9 to vote by mail for GWNC directors

Register by March 9 to vote by mail for GWNC directors

| March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

Registration for the March 2021 Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) election has begun. Apply online at: tinyurl.com/y6tmcgzt You must set up an account to sign in and then complete your application to have your ballot mailed to you. “By mail” is the only way to vote (although you may drop your completed ballot in the ballot drop box in front of the John C. Fremont […]

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Margaret Sowma, 105, community activist

Margaret Sowma, 105, community activist

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Margaret Sowma, 105, died Jan. 10 at St. John of God assisted living, after a battle with COVID-19. The longtime Windsor Square resident had been a block captain for the Windsor Square Association, an alternate director on the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council and a labor and community activist. Born in Connecticut, as a child she […]

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Meeting

| January 13, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, Wed., Jan. 13 from *6:30 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login. *Note new start time.

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Sunday Farmers’ Market ‘is here to stay’

Sunday Farmers’ Market ‘is here to stay’

| March 4, 2020 | 0 Comments

Councilmember David Ryu has announced a meeting to discuss a simmering controversy concerning the Larchmont Sunday Farmers’ Market and a small playground designed to replace six of the city surface parking lot’s existing 34 spaces. The meeting was prompted by e-mails from Windsor Square resident Gary Gilbert that generated an outpouring of concern from Market […]

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