Hollywood United
Budget Breakdown
Hollywood United Neighborhood Council leads coalition of 6 Hollywood NCs (HUNC, HHWNC, LFNC, CHNC, HSDNC, EHNC) to promote citizens of Hollywood, united in participation of its local government.
1)    Hold 4 Hollywood Coalition events, including, but not limited to Speaker Series, Town Halls, Voter information expo, Stakeholder specific (ie. Renter’s) fairs, CD 13 candidate debate.  Eventually to organize officially as the Hollywood Coalition of Neighborhood Councils recognized by DONE and City Hall.
2)    Overhaul HUNC website and employ coordinated social media outreach for more strategic, timely and effective two-way communications with our stakeholders.  This will include conducting periodic surveys and other means for garnering stakeholder feedback.
3)    Host at least 2 HUNC geographically-based social gatherings to promote awareness, local neighborhood stakeholder services and celebration of HUNC residential and business resources.  These may include, but not be limited to, “The Taste of HUNC” in Fern Dell Park, a pot-luck picnic and tree/rain barrel give-away at Bronson Park, a pet resources and services fair in Lake Hollywood Park. 
4)    Address under-served stakeholders including, but not limited to, youth, elderly, business community and the homeless with at least one event or service to each.  Develop a HUNC Youth Committee overseen by HUNC Board Member and appoint one Bylaws- qualified youth representative to the HUNC Board.
1.    Our Coalition NCs vary in terms of their interest and participation in collaborative events.  We will continue to work with (and attend Board Meetings) across the Coalition to cross-pollinate ideas in order to find mutually important issues and work to improving the efficiency of collaborative event planning and execution.  
2.    Active participation and contribution by each individual Board Members is essential to maximize the success of HUNC.  Currently we have 4 seats unfilled.  We need to appoint those seats as soon as possible.  On the flip-side of this, routinely inactive and frequent absent Board Members need to be removed according to HUNC Bylaws and DONE and City protocol.  Additionally, seeking out solid and active participation by stakeholders to join Committees is a resourceful way to obtain talent.
3.    Local HOAs are vibrant in HUNC geography, including in the Dell, Lake Hollywood, Argyle Ave, Franklin Village, Hollywood Land, Beachwood Canyon and the Oaks.  HUNC needs more of a presence at these HOA meetings and vice-versa.  HUNC Board Members should be assigned as representatives to each HOA within our boundaries. 
4.    In order to maximize our digital and social-media strategies, we need to have a more robust website that is multi-dimensional and not so dependent on older technology and limited author utilization.  We will need to identify a more modern platform and recruit talent from HUNC Board members and stakeholders who are qualified to smartly manage the overhaul and then more effectively carry-out ongoing maintenance and utilization.  In addition, we need to maximize integration of our digital tools with more sophisticated databases that we are growing with more and more records.
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