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Fun times of Halloween!

Pumpkins and tombstones! It’s that time of year! Weather and daylight changes. And of course the night of costumes and candy. Make sure your children of any age (including you) wear reflective materials. So much of Halloween is black – hard for drivers to see you!

In the meantime….

Open Studio Tour – this weekend in our area *****Check out Cody Lusby’s exhibit**** And there will be information about his block’s (alley’s) Alley Art mural. THIS WEEKEND Oct. 20 and 21. Cody Lusby_OpenStudio

4th Street/Retro Row Clean-up – Saturday morning Oct. 20th – Some people really like clean-ups!




Free WIFI? A contest!

And VOTE! Don’t loose that ballot in the mail, Even if that happens,  you can always VOTE even if you don’t have your official documents. Yes, Virginia there is a light at the end of this tunnel. Go to a polling station! A provisional vote counts!

Last day to request a VOTE BY MAIL is Oct. 30th! Remember that it is the County of Los Angeles that coordinates this election. Go VOTE, GO LB!



And plan to party on Halloween – for families the Trunk and Treats Party is a great time (E7th between Coronado and Obispo). Walk your family there – wear costumes!

Open to All – Trunk or Treat in 7th Street Church parking lot on Oct. 31st open to the neighborhood. It will begin @6:30pm and start closing down @8:30pm!!

You know it when you see it… don’t look until you need to

Here are some notes from this week in/around Rose Park Neighborhood

Accessory Dwelling Units – may not be on everyone’s radar but if you decide you want to build that proverbially granny flat in the back of your property you’ll want to stay tuned to the city’s regulation and the way the CHC (Cultural Heritage Commission) interprets it for historic districts.

From the recent study session this week here are some things to keep in mind: Continue reading You know it when you see it… don’t look until you need to