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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Board Meeting

| February 10, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, Wed., Feb. 10 from 7 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login.

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GWNC requires advance registration to vote by mail

GWNC requires advance registration to vote by mail

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Registration for the March 2021 Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) election has begun. Apply online at: tinyurl.com/y6tmcgzt The 2021 neighborhood council election season opened in November, with 44 local stakeholders volunteering as candidates by the end of last year. They are: Joane Henneberger Pickett, Owen Smith, Jeffry Carpenter, Zubin Davar, Brian Donahoe, Jose Tamayo, Jennifer […]

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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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GWNC: County Public Health Officer Speaks

| January 11, 2021

Cristin Mondy, RN, MSN, MPH and area health officer will break down the County Public Health Department’s work to combat COVID-19 and outline its plans for vaccine distribution. Also, Supervisor Sheila Kuehl’s district director for West/Metro Los Angeles, Fernando Morales, will explain what Los Angeles County is responsible for, how it’s organized, and how it […]

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Neighborhood council reaffirms position on Fourth Street lights

Neighborhood council reaffirms position on Fourth Street lights

| September 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

The Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) once again rejected adding bicycle-friendly (and automobile-unfriendly) traffic controls at two intersections on Fourth St. After a long GWNC board of directors discussion on Aug. 12, the directors spurned their transportation committee’s recommendation to un-do a motion previously adopted by the GWNC in 2011, when the board then concluded […]

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