Granada Hills South
1.    Improve schools
2.    Improve streets
3.    Improve business district
4.    Improve outreach
5.    Improve safety
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. Improve schools
Multiple NPGs were provided to local public schools
Improve streets
: Efforts were made to support improving streets in Granada Hills, especially the installation of the new traffic safety/crosswalk signal at Yarmouth Street and Chatsworth, in cooperation with CD 12
Improve business district
Supported Business Improvement District in their efforts to upgrade the Granada Village Shopping Corridor
Improve outreach
Published and mailed annual newsletter; increased and improved use of website, ENS, e-mail system, etc. Purchased and installed street display banners
Improve safety
Supported installation of new crosswalk safety lights at Yarmouth and Chatsworth Street; also mounted community-wide improvement/replacement of Neighborhood Watch signs through Granada Hills; also supported Disaster Preparedness Fair.
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Granada Hills Recreation Center – summer movie night, spring children’s event, fall children’s event (Recreation and Parks); Granada Hills Holiday Parade (CD 12); North Valley Preparedness Fair (LAFD); Citrus Sunday Food Drive (CD 12
See all events listed above, especially the Holiday Parade, which has significant non-profit agency involvement; also supported Granada Hills Rotary and Improvement Association regarding Granada Hills Veterans’ Triangle; Granada Hills High School; Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences High School; Patrick Henry Middle School (all LAUSD)
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