The BudgetLa website is growing and contains many resources for neighborhood councils as they engage in the battle for a sustainable budget. Visit http://BudgetLA.org for updates on the city’s budget crisis, including articles and posts from your community, from the media, and from the electeds.
There’s a community calendar that includes the Budget related events as well as the regional and citywide community meetings such as LA Neighborhood Council Coalition, the Saving LA Project, PlanCheck, the Citywide Alliance, the Valley Alliance, the Harbor Alliance, the Westside Alliance, the SouthLA Alliance, and the NorthEastCentral Alliance.
There is a growing archive of documents related to the Budget Crisis, a collection of NC Resolutions and Community Impact Statements, copies of Press Releases, as well as Videos and Photos from the many events and meetings that have taken place.
Most importantly, there are three contact lists, one for the neighborhood councils, one for the elected officials, and one for the media. These are offered as a resource but we need your help to build the lists and to confirm the accuracy of the NC listings.
Please take a visit, wander around, and email us at BudgetLosAngeles@gmail.com with your submissions, your suggestions, your comments, and your contributions. BudgetLA belongs to you and we need your help.
Visit http://BudgetLA.org to connect, join BudgetLA on Facebook and follow BudgetLA on Twitter (@BudgetLA) To get involved, join BudgetLA on Saturday, February 13 at 10:00 am for “Look for the Union Label” at Hollywood City Hall, 6501 Fountain Ave., Hollywood 90028.
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