SILVER LAKE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL | Standing Rules
Updated June 3, 2016
- Process for Election of Officers
The procedure used to elect officers of the SLNCGoverning Board is as follows:
.01 Nominations will be opened from the floor for each officer position beginning with the co-chair. Board members may nominate or self-nominate. Nominees will then accept or not accept the nomination. A list of candidates for the office will be determined.
.02 Each candidate will have three minutes to give his/her qualifications for the position he/she is seeking as well as stating what he/she intends to do from that position in the coming year. After each candidate for a particular position has had the opportunity to speak, members of the board may ask questions of any of the candidates if so desired.
.03 A vote by show of hands will then be taken. If no candidate receives a majority, then the name of the candidate with the fewest votes will be removed from the list of candidates and voting will proceed. The process will continue until one candidate receives the majority of the votes. The process will be repeated for the remaining offices of co-chair, vice chair, secretary and treasurer.
(Adopted October 8, 2003; Revised November 3, 2004)
The co-chair who is not presiding will serve as parliamentarian, working to educate the Board on issues of Parliamentary procedure and settling minor disagreements on points of order, until such time as the Governing Board determines who should perform that role.
(Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Placement of Items on Agenda
Agenda items may be entered for consideration on the Governing Board agenda in one of four ways:
.01 by passing a motion at a Governing Board meeting under “Agenda Items for Next Meeting”
.02 by Governing Board members submitting a request to both Co-Chairs and the Secretary (only – not the full board) for the draft agenda 11 days before the meeting and for the final agenda, 7 days before the meeting, for consideration for possible placement on the agenda
.03 by a stakeholder’s request submitted to both Co-Chairs (only) for consideration by the Co-Chairs for possible placement on the agenda
.04 Committee Chairs may also request committee reports, motions, and other matters for inclusion on the agenda by submitting the request to both Co-Chairs.
(Adopted October 29, 2003; revised March 2, 2005)
.05 Committee Chairs are to submit their Committee Report for inclusion of the Governing Board agenda 11 days prior to the next Governing Board meeting. Committee Chairs will have up to 2 minutes to elaborate on the reports and/or answer questions from the board and it will be posted on the website. (Adopted December 7, 2005)
1. Discussion can occur before a motion is made.
2. The number of Aye, Nay, and abstentions will be stated by the presiding co-chair at the conclusion of each vote and will be included in the minutes of the meeting.
3. Persons having a conflict of interest concerning a M/S that makes it impossible for the person to vote will make such conflict known to the presiding co-chair and that information will be included in the minutes.
4. The presiding co-chair may not enter the debate on a Motion but may suggest that a particular M/S be made by a member of the Governing Board. (Adopted October 29, 2003; Revised May 4, 2005)
- Time Limit on Public Comment
During Public Comment, each speaker will be limited to two minutes. It is understood that the Board could extend the time of a speaker by action of the Board. (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Time Limits on Each Item on Agenda
Each agenda item shall have a specific time limit determined in advance by theCo-Chairs in consultation with the individual who submitted the item for consideration. A Motion and second and majority vote would be required to extend time for the item, or it can be continued to a later meeting.
(Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Order of Business During Presentations
The format for presentations, reports and agenda items to the board shall be as follows:
.01 The presenter makes a brief statement, summarizing the issue and salient points for discussion
.02 A question and answer period for a maximum of 10 minutes
.03 Public Comment
.04 Board discussion and action if appropriate (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Availability of Motions, Reports & Supporting Documentation to the Public
Committee Reports and any requested motions should be available in writing in time for posting as required in the Brown Act. Materials deemed important by the Committee for community discussion and understanding shall be made available in a binder at a location specified by the Governing Board. Such location to be available during normal hours for public review on silverlakenc.org for public review. (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised
Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised will be followed with the following adjustments:
Minutes will include M/S and other decisions of the Board and Committees, a brief description of what was discussed, and a summary of individual comments by the public. (revised October 22, 2015)
- Meeting Location
Because DONE is able to arrange fee waivers with the LAUSD, and because of its ability to handle large crowds, the availability of microphones and lecterns, and its central location, the Micheltorena Street School will be our regular meeting location. (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Regular Meeting Date
Regular meetings of the SLNC Governing Board be held on the first Wednesday of each month.(Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Order of Business
We will use the following order of business. A majority vote can rearrange the agenda to accommodate a guest speaker. We recommend the Co-chairs use the following order of business when creating the agenda. We will follow the order of business per the agenda for each meeting. The presiding Co-chair can rearrange the agenda without objection from the Board, or the Board can rearrange the agenda by majority vote.
.01 Call to Order
.02 Roll Call
.03 Approval of Minutes
.04 Welcome and rules for actions on agenda items
.05 Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items
.07 Special Presentations and Reports
.08 Old Business
.09 Consent Calendar
.010 New Business
.011 Reports of Officers
.012 Committee Reports
.013 Agenda Items for Next Meeting
(Adopted October 29, 2003; revised November 19, 2003)
- Committee Mission Statements to Be Approved by Board
Motion to approve or disapprove committees tonight but wait to approve mission statements until proposed mission statements are received from the committees. (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Public Comment
Public wishing to speak to the Governing Board must fill out a Speaker Card and be required to provide his/her name, business or organization affiliation (if any), whether they are a paid speaker and who paid him/her to speak, and the agenda item number they wish to address.
(Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Moments of Silence
We will allow meetings to be dedicated to the memory of community members, as signified by a moment of silence before adjourning. Board members should notify the presiding co-chair prior to the meeting if they wish to offer a memorial. (Adopted October 29, 2003)
- Board Member Use of Title/Position
No officer or member of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Governing Board or any of its committees shall represent him/herself as speaking on behalf of the Council or committee, or committing the Council or Committee to an action, unless s/he has been authorized to do so by the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Governing Board, or by the SLNC Executive Committee when approval by the full Governing Board would not be timely. Members are permitted to do research and make exploratory calls in their official capacity without express approval of the Governing Board, so long as they do not commit the Council to action. Such authorization may be limited or revoked at any time by the Governing Board.
(Adopted November 19, 2003)
- Stakeholder Sergeants-at-Arms
The Governing Board will ask for one or more stakeholder volunteers to regularly serve as Sergeant at Arms during Governing Board meetings. The Sergeants at Arms will maintain order, assist stakeholders in filling out and submitting Public Comment cards, and will perform other duties as prescribed by the Board.
(Adopted November 19, 2003)
- Committee Chairs’ Authority to Reserve Meeting Spaces
Committee chairs or committee designees are authorized to arrange for meeting spaces so long as no cost is incurred. (Adopted November 19, 2003)
- Executive Committee Maintains Schedule of Committee Meetings
Committees will report to the Executive Committee on committee meeting times and the Executive Committee will distribute the information the board. This will be a continuing activity.
(Adopted November 19, 2003)
- Community Liaison Committee to Send Monthly Email to Stakeholders
In order to avoid overwhelming stakeholders with announcements from individual committees, the Community Liaison Committee will send a single email to the full database a few days before the beginning of the month which will include the dates, times and locations of all Board and Committee meetings for the month and a basic summary of the Committee’s function. Wherever possible, this description will also include key items for discussion. Committee chairs and/or secretaries will be responsible for providing this information to the Community Liaison committee in a timely manner.
(Adopted November 19, 2003)
- Code of Civility
The SLNC adopts the Code of Civility. (Adopted January 7, 2004)
- Limited Number of Board Members on Each Committee
In order to comply with the City Attorney’s interpretation of the Brown Act, no more than five members of the SLNC Governing Board may vote or participate in any committee, although more may observe. If more than five board members attend a committee meeting, then each board member in attendance at the meeting must declare themselve(s) as participant(s) or observer(s), and the distinction shall be noted in the minutes. The SLNC Board recommends to the Committee Chairs that Board Members be recognized in the order of arrival, unless the Committee Chair, acting on the will of the committee membership, has a good reason to include a particular Board Member. To be an observer means one can only listen, and cannot be recognized by the Chair to speak, cannot participate in any discussion, and cannot vote. If the Committee Chair desires to have more than 5 Board Members participate in discussions and voting, then the Committee Chair should contact the SLNC Co-chairs and work to set up a joint meeting of the committee and SLNC Governing Board.
(Adopted January 7, 2004; Revised January 4, 2006)
- Committees Requested to Meet at Least Once per Quarter
All active committees are requested to meet at least once per quarter. The Chair of a committee not meeting this requirement will be asked to explain why the committee has not met. A committee that does not meet once in a quarter and does not have a meeting scheduled for the fourth consecutive month will be reviewed for removal at the next Governing Board meeting.
(Adopted February 4, 2004)
- Items 24, and
- Item25, Establishing “official advisors” were deleted by unanimous vote on May 6, 2009.
- Annual Election Day
The SLNC’s annual elections will be held on the third Saturday in September.
(Adopted March 3, 2004)
- Executive Committee to Experiment with Agenda Formats
The SLNC authorizes the Executive Committee to experiment with agenda formats before making a final motion on a revised order of business.
(Adopted March 3, 2004)
- Funding/Event Questionnaire
The SLNC adopted the funding/event questionnaire.
(Adopted April 7, 2004)
- Development Guidelines
The SLNC adopts the UD&PAC Guidelines for Developers and SFR/Duplexes as written.
(Adopted April 7, 2004
- Maker of Motion Reads Motion into Record During the SLNC’s General Board
Meetings, each Motion shall be read by the Presenter of the Motion. If the Presenter of the Motion is not in attendance or unavailable, then the presiding Chair shall read the Motion with full due respect.(Adopted April 7, 2004)
- Item 31, Establishing ”Official Advisor” deleted by unanimous vote on May 6, 2009.
- Roll Call
The Secretary shall record in the minutes a roll call vote for any motion on which the Governing Board does not reach a unanimous decision.
(Adopted July 7, 2004)
- Board member Solicitation of Donations
No SLNC Board member shall solicit donations of any sort using the board name without board approval. (Adopted July 7, 2004)
- Silver Lake Is Two Words
All written materials and all communications from the SLNC to stakeholders or city agencies will refer to the neighborhood as “Silver Lake,” with two words. (Adopted September 1, 2004)Silver Lake is not located in the “East Side” of Los Angeles nor is it accurate to refer to Silver Lake as a “East Side” neighborhood or community. (Adopted February 5, 2014)
- Committees Chairs Elected Annually
All SLNC committees shall elect Co-Chairs within 4 weeks of seating the new Governing Board and every 12 months thereafter.
(Adopted October 6, 2004; Revised August 6, 2014)
- Executive Committee’s Authority to Make Expenditures
The Governing Board authorizes the Executive Committee to approve reasonable expenditures toward the establishment and maintenance of the SLNC office in the following categories: telephone; internet; software; signage; maintenance service contracts; office supplies, business cards, and stationery; and other basic needs to maintain a working office. Such expenditures shall not exceed corresponding remaining balances in the SLNC budget without prior approval of Governing Board.
(Adopted December 1, 2004)
- Issuance of Office Keys
The SLNC distributes keys to the outer office of the SLNC to the Executive Committee and committee chairs, and distributes keys to the inner office to the Executive Committee. Board members and community group leaders are eligible to check out keys from the SLNC Secretary based on room availability. (Adopted December 1, 2004)
- Committee Quorum
A quorum of at least three (3) stakeholders is required for committees to hold a meeting or take action. (Adopted January 5, 2005)
- Definition of Committee “Member”
.01 Any stakeholder in attendance at a committee meeting may debate and vote on any issue under consideration at that committee meeting. (Adopted February 2, 2005)
.02 The SLNC-Urban Design & Preservation Committee shall establish a specifically defined process of its membership, based on the committee subject and extended responsibilities it holds on behalf of the community. In order to become an eligible UD&PAC “Voting Member”, a stakeholder shall have attended and signed in at three (3) committee meetings in a 4 month period, and will be eligible to vote at the 3rd meeting. UD&PAC “Voting Membership” lapses after three (3) consecutive absences. In order to encourage stakeholders’ participation in the decision making process, a straw poll of all stakeholders in attendance, who do not have direct conflict of interest, will be taken prior to a final vote on a given motion. The outcome of the straw poll shall be recorded into the meeting minutes, published Citywide. (Adopted by the SLNC Gov. Board on 11-03-2010, updated by the SLNC Governing Board on November 5, 2014.)
- Cell Antenna Policy
The SLNC adopts the “UD&PAC Rooftop and Free Standing Cellular Telephone Antenna Installation Policy” (Adopted February 2, 2005)
- Parking Policy
The Silver Lake NC does not support granting parking variances and uniformly recommends that all applicants shall meet the number of spaces required per city code, except upon the determination of special circumstances or alternate mitigating factors.
(Adopted February 2, 2005)
- Statement of Beliefs Regarding Local Discretion in Matters of Planning & Land Use
The SLNC adopts the Statement as amended. (Adopted March 2, 2005)
- Excused Absences Defined
Absences shall be deemed “excused” with prior notice to the Secretary and Co-Chairs via email or, if not possible, a phone message left on the SLNC voice mail in the event of (a) Board member’s or family member’s illness; (b) a death in the Board member’s family, (c) attendance at an alternate function as an official SLNC representative, or (d) work/school/civic conflict. The Board Co-Chairs and the Secretary have the authority to send a notice to any Board member who has 3 unexcused absences to make them aware of the potential attendance violation.” (Adopted May 4, 2005, Revised March 2, 2016)
- Community Impact Statements
The Co-chairs, the Secretary, and one board chair from each of the Governmental Affairs and Urban Design and Preservation committees will be granted password access to the Early Notification System to submit Community Impact Statements (CIS).
(Adopted October 5, 2005; Revised December 7, 2005; Revised November 5, 2014)
- Policy on Communication of Official Positions to Government Agencies
(Adopted February 1, 2006)
.01 Definition of “Official Position”
Any advisory opinion, guidance, or recommendation adopted by a majority vote of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Governing Board shall be considered an “Official Position” of the council. No opinion, guidance, or recommendation offered to any governmental agency, body or official by a Governing Board member shall indicate that it is the Council’s Official Position unless it has been adopted by a majority vote of the Board.
.02 Signing Policy
Governing Board members and Committees seeking adoption of an Official Position by the Governing Board are encouraged to submit the motion in the form of a completed letter, detailing the position and supporting arguments and any recommendation(s) for action, to the appropriate government agency(–ies) or individual(s). Letters shall include the signature(s) and title(s) of the author(s) followed by the phrase, “On Behalf of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council Governing Board.” If adopted, this letter, in full, shall be considered the Official Position of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council and signed by the Secretary of Board certifying that it represents the Board’s position.
.03 Responsibility for Delivery of Positions to City Agencies
Official Positions offered to the City shall be delivered by the Committee or individuals working on its behalf. The Secretary of the Governing Board shall be deemed authorized to post any letter approved by the Board.
(Revised November 5, 2014)
.04 Permission to Draft Summary Statements
All committees are authorized to draft and deliver documents detailing Official Positions of the Governing Board to the appropriate city agency(- ies) or individual(s) as necessary. Such documents may include Community Impact Statements, summary letters, position papers or other documents. The Committee shall not deliver a summary of any position unless it has been previously adopted by the Board. Such documents shall be submitted on the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council letterhead (except when submitted through an electronic webform).
(Revised November 5, 2014)
.05 Statements Reported to Governing Board
All summary statements/documents/papers drafted, adopted, and delivered to the City by the Committee should be included in the Committee’s subsequent report to the Governing Board. Should the Board alter or amend the statement(s) or document(s) as submitted, a revised statement/document shall be submitted in a timely manner.
.06 Communication of Official Positions in Public Comment
A sitting Governing Board member or Committee Chair is encouraged to communicate Official Positions of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council in public comment before the relevant City agency. Any individual who represents the Official Position of the Silver Lake Neighborhood Council before any governmental body is requested to notify the Chair of the Governmental Affairs Committee so that the appearance can be noted in the Committee’s monthly report to the Board. [Note: All stakeholders, including Board members, are encouraged to provide their personal views in public comment before city agencies, and to note whether the SLNC supports their position on the issue(s).]
- Board Vacancy and Resignation of Board Members
.01 Preparation of an announcement issued by email and web posting, and communicated through additional efforts such as fliers in prominent locations in the affected area and by announcements at meetings in the area that might reach affected stakeholders.
.02 The Secretary of the SLNC Board will receive applications for the vacant seat on the Silver Lake Governing Board from stakeholders of the affected area as defined in the SLNC bylaws via fax, letter, mail, email, or hand delivery to the SLNC office by a date fixed by the Governing Board.
.03 To be successful, applicants must attend a board meeting designated by the Governing Board and present at least their stakeholder status and there may make a verbal presentation, and that applications will be considered at that meeting.
.04 The SLNC board may consider these applicants in alphabetical order at the board meeting designated, and that candidates may present their candidate declaration form, a candidate’s statement of no more than 200 words, and a verbal presentation of no more than 3 minutes and up to 3 minutes of questions from board members may be allowed.
.05 The vote by the board in this matter would follow the same procedure as the election of SLNC officers.
.06 The successful applicant may be seated immediately if so voted by the board at that time. (Adopted April 5, 2006)
- Semiannual Goals Meetings
The SLNC will hold two goals meetings per year, the second of which would serve as a time to review committee progress. (Adopted October 5, 2005)
- Posting of Agendas and Minutes – Agendas for all regular Board and Committee meetings must be posted 72 hours in advance as follows: to the SLNC website; to the Sunset Triangle Plaza message board; and emailed to NC Support with the Board copied. In addition, any Committee holding elections for Co-Chairs must list ‘and CO-CHAIR ELECTIONS’ along with the date of the meeting and the Committee name in the subject line. Draft minutes from the previous meeting must be posted prior to holding a subsequent meeting. Failure to abide by all of these requirements will invalidate any action taken at that meeting.” (Adopted October, 2006); Revised February 17, 2016)
- Event Outreach Policy
The SLNC Committee putting forth a motion to sponsor an event is the responsible party for organizing and establishing the SLNC presence at the event. This includes (but is not limited to):
.01 A minimum of one (1) SLNC Banner displayed
.02 A supply of the most current SLNC Brochure and in-stock premiums for distribution
.03 Organizing booth hours and making sure booth has a representative during event (Adopted November 1, 2006)
- Committee Co-Chairs
Committee Co-Chairs must complete the ethics and funding training and sign the Code of Civility. Failure to abide by all of these requirements will invalidate any action taken at that meeting. (Adopted June 4, 2014; Revised March 2, 2016)
- Email Policy
SLNC @silverlakenc.org email accounts are provided to sitting SLNC Governing Board members, and to stakeholders serving as chairs or co-chairs of SLNC committees.SLNC email accounts shall be disabled when a stakeholder:
o No longer serves on the SLNC Governing Board, AND/OR
o No longer serves as a chair or co-chair of an SLNC committee
(Adopted September 3, 2014)
Committees Required to Submit Minutes with Motions:Committees are required to submit either draft and/or approved committee minutes or a link to the committee meeting minutes on the SLNC website when submitting a motion for consideration on the SLNC Governing Board Agenda.
- Silver Lake Reservoir Committee: The Region 7 SLNC Representatives serve as Co-Chairs of the Silver Lake Reservoir Committee. (Adopted June 1, 2016)
- Silver Lake Residents Call for Comprehensive Traffic Safety Plan
- SLNC Green Committee Invitation: Free Lecture on Tree Health and Care
- History Collective Recommends Jackie Goldberg Video
- New Stop Signs Installed; Safety Improvements on Tap for Hoover Corridor
- Moms, Dads and Kids Celebrate New Silver Lake Rec Center Play Structures
- In Case You Missed it: Rowena Avenue, Waverly Drive, Angus Street Cut-Through Traffic Study Released
- Community, Police Awareness Honored at Silver Lake’s National Night Out
- Council District 13 – Silver Lake Updates – August 2018
- Trader Joe’s Tragedy: A Time for Healing
- SLNC Committee Considers Motion Decriminalizing Homelessness
- Lights, Action, Kids!
- National Night Out Community Police Awareness Event on August 7
- Traffic Safety Top Topic on Transportation Committee Agenda
- Mountain Lion P-55 Found Dead: Rodenticide Poisoning Suspected
National Park Service photo
- Hannah Anderson Re-elected as SLNC Assistant Secretary
- Slow Down Silver Lake Campaign Expands
- Bob Lisauskas Named Silver Lake Resilience Liaison
- Kids Just Gotta Have Fun
- Janis Purins Appointed SLNC Region 7 Representative
- Memorial Service for Nina del Campo of Casita del Campo
- Temple Dances at Silver Lake Library
- SLNC Gears Up for 2019 Elections and Region 7 Vacancy
- Neutra Museum Curator and Vocal Artist to Lead Arts and Culture Committee
- Rec and Parks Expands Affordable SwimLA Program for Kids
- Tell the City: Trees Matter
- In the News
Los Feliz Ledger, “SLNC Welcomes New and Returning Officers”
- Committee Co-chairs Elected for 2018-19
- Sosi Day Named Youth Liaison
- SLNC and Area Neighborhood Councils Unite to Bring Services to Homeless Residents
- Volunteer Opportunity for Older Adults
- SLNC Supports Action Against WAZE
- Liaisons to Key City Agencies Appointed
- Slow Down Silver Lake Campaign in Full Swing
- Cancer Crusaders
- SLNC Launches ‘Slow Down Silver Lake’ Campaign
- Saving Silver Lake’s Trees
- Student Volunteers Turn Out for Spring Faire and Fight Against Cancer
- Board Ends Fiscal Year with Record Outreach
- SLNC Votes to Support Student Teen Court Program
- SLNC Board Selects Loyola Marymount University to Lead Reservoirs Study
- Update: Frost Chaddock at Sunset Junction
- SLNC Co-sponsors Annual Spring Faire at Griffith Park Community Center
- Youth Committee Invites Area Youth to Join ‘Cancer Crusaders’
- CD4 Councilmember Ryu Calls for Legal Action Against Waze
- The Future of the Reservoirs Begins May 1
- SLNC Forms Housing and Renters’ Rights Committee
- SLNC Board Funds New SAFE Kids Program
- Board Endorses Tree Planting Project on Micheltorena; Transfers Animal Committee Responsibilities
- Reservoir Planning Gears Up
- Residents Turn Out for Meeting on Proposed Reservoir Walking Path
- Douglas Reed Will Represent SLNC Region 2
- Huge Turnout for Historic Stairways Tour
- Silver Lake Loses Community Activists
- SLNC Presents Final Words Can Help…and Hurt Discussion
- CD4 Councilmember Ryu Supports SLNC’s Initiative to Ban Rat Poisons on City Property
- Translating #MeToo into Action March 29
- “Secret Stairways” Author to Lead Special Tour in Silver Lake
- Watch Out for Bunnies
- Walk-in Access Center for Homeless in Silver Lake
- LA County Arts Commissioner and Community Activist Appointed to Represent SLNC Region 5
- Green Committee Event Led by Author Charles Fleming to Honor Stairway Adopters
- Bunnies Plan Free Egg Hunts and Fun at Local Rec Centers
- New City Liaisons Appointed
- Police Report Uptick in Vehicle Break-ins
- Heron Update: LADWP Delays Rokebay/Tesla Pipe Installation
- Homelessness in Silver Lake Co-chair Elected SLNC At-large Representative
- SLNC Votes to Ban Use of Rat Poisons
- SLNC Joins Community at South Dam Pathway Opening
- Silver Lake Resident Named New CD4 Field Deputy
- Transportation and Safety Committee Posts Info on Parking Permit Districts
- SLNC Youth Committee Names John Marshall Senior Youth Representative
- Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Renderings of Proposed Pathway at Silver Lake’s Ivanhoe Reservoir February 2018
- Herons Return to Reservoir
- Board to Tackle Packed Agenda
- SLNC Makes First Reservoir Master Plan Easily Available
- South Dam Walkway Opens on February 10
- Region 3 Reps Work to Improve Pedestrian Safety on Hoover
- Silver Lake’s Rockaway Records: Music Memorabilia Destination
- Green Committee Votes to Ban Use of Rat Poison in Silver Lake
- Discussion on MLK’s Dream Attracts Large Audience
- SLNC Board to Fill Two Vacant Seats
- The Vista Theatre: How Hollywood Dreams Come True
- Silver Lake Reservoirs Conservancy Open House on Community Survey
- L.A. Budget Advocate Day
- Homeless Count in Silver Lake Will Provide Essential Data
- SLNC Celebrates 15th Anniversary
- New Fence for Dog Parks
- 2017 Highlights
2017 was a significant year for Silver Lake and your Neighborhood Council. Read more
- LADWP: Ivanhoe Reservoir Refilled Next Week
- Volunteers Turn Out in Droves to Support Homeless
- Panel Leads Spirited Discussion on LGBTQI Legacy and Future
- Councilmember David Ryu: Two Truths and a Challenge
- Vandals Hit Parklette on Tesla
- In Memoriam: Rusty Millar
- Your Voice Matters
- 40+ Volunteers Turn Out to Support SLNC’s Hygiene Kit Drive and Homelessness Education Day
- LADWP Begins Work on Reservoir South Dam Walkway
- SLNC Appoints Melissa Samuels to Represent Region 4
- Reservoir: Master Plan and Next Steps
- SLNC Supports Stormwater Capture Program – with Addition
- Emergency Heat and Fire Contacts
- Laurel and Hardy Have Surprise Helper at Music Box Steps Day
- L.A. County Superior Court Looking for Paid Volunteers to Serve on Civil Grand Jury
- Spotlight on the Transportation and Neighborhood Safety Committee
- Special Update: Glendale Boulevard Water Main Construction
- Bellevue Park Participates in National Public Lands Day
- Three Links to Emergency Preparedness
- Ivanhoe Reservoir to be Temporarily Drained
Photo by Matthew Iadarola
- LADWP Reports on Power Outages to SLNC
- Get Ready, Get Set… Apply for a Speed Hump!
- SLNC Announces Committee Co-chairs for 2017/2018
- Board Appoints Kate Hudson Representative for SLNC Region 4
- History Collective Adds CD4 Councilmember David Ryu Interview to YouTube Channel
- Second “Words Can Help…or Hurt” Event Inspires Spirited Conversation
- CD 4 Weighs In on Silver Lake Improvements
- Upcoming Bureau of Street Services Projects in Silver Lake
- Homelessness in Silver Lake Committee Reports on Milestone
- SLNC Votes to Support Two Environmental Measures
- First Community Discussion on “How Words Can Help…and Hurt” Attracts Diverse Audience from Across L.A.
- Resource list for “Words can Help or Hurt: Life as An American Muslim,” prepared by Silver Lake Library Branch Manager Lisa Palombi
- New “No Dogs Allowed” Signs to be Installed at Rec Center and Meadow
- CD 4 Councilmember David Ryu Chairs Health, Education and Neighborhood Councils Committee
- Fletcher Road Diet Meeting Postponed
- LACFD Taps Silver Lake Reservoir to Battle Wild Fires
- 51st Assembly Candidates Appear at Governing Board Meeting
- SLNC to Open Office at Rec Center
- More Road Diets Ahead?
- Saving Silver Lake’s History
- Board Votes to Continue Parking Requirements at Cliff’s Edge
- SLNC Will Provide Transparency on Reservoir Master Plan
- Sunset Lights Up
- Beautifying Silver Lake
- Sunset Blvd Tunnel to Close
- SLNC Board Funds “No Dogs” Signs at Meadow and Rec Center
- Spotlight on the SLNC Bylaws & Standing Rules Committee
- New Road Signs & Trash Cans to Make Silver Lake Safer & Cleaner
- Experts Address Challenges Faced by Wildlife and Humans Living Together
- Committee Addresses Staggering Increase in Homeless Counts
- SLNC Governing Board Re-elected
- SLNC Transportation and Safety Committees Merge
- Reservoir Town Hall: New Answers, More Questions
- Pothole Progress
- Animal Committee Addresses Dog Issues in Children’s Play Areas
- SLNC Ends Budget Year
- Illegal “Pot Speakeasy” Raises Concerns
- Community Tours Proposed Reservoir Walkway
- Spotlight on SLNC’s Homelessness in Silver Lake Committee
- Tenants of the Trees Complaints Mount
- Board Green-Lights “Green” Initiatives
Dakota Pipeline Protestors in Pershing Square, Nov. 15, 2016 (Photo by Julia Wick/LAist)
Read article here.
- Residents Ask for More Transparency in Future of Reservoir Complex
- Water Flows, Community Celebrates
- Congressman Schiff Names SLNC Co-chair Silver Lake’s Woman of the Year
- Monsanto’s Roundup Weed Killer Banned in Reservoir Areas
- Community Support Drives King Middle School Grant Win
- Have a Ball… or 400,000
- Community Voices Concerns about Proposed Development
- Spotlight on Urban Design and Planning Committee
- SLNC to Sponsor Taste of the Eastside
- Keeping Silver Lake Beautiful: Project Updates
- Owlets Hatch in Silver Lake
- Reminder: No Dogs In the Meadow
- SLNC-sponsored Wild Flowers in Full Bloom
- Thomas Starr King Heads to Finals for $25,000 Grant
- New Overnight Parking Restrictions on Silver Lake Boulevard
- Rowena: Let There Be Lights
- SLNC Funds Homeless Outreach Grant, Reinstates Adopt-A-Stair Program
- Standing Room Only at CD13 Candidate Forum
- SLNC Elects Terry Jackson Treasurer
- Community Issues Tackled in Vision & Goals Meeting
- Education and Friends of Animals Committees Elect New Co-chairs; SLNC Appoints New Secretary
- First Committee Meeting to Ensure HHH Homeless Funds Are Used Effectively
- Silver Lake LGBTQ Author and Historian Stuart Timmons Dies
- LAPD: Update on Silver Lake Burglaries
- SLNC Supports Free Legal Assistance for Immigrants Facing Deportation
- Volunteers Needed for Reservoir
- Rowena “Road Diet” Update
- SLNC Remembers 50th Anniversary of First LGBT Civil Rights Demonstration, Which Took Place in Silver Lake
- Silver Lake in the News
- SLNC Six-Month Report
- Homeless in Silver Lake Committee Supports PATH Initiatives
- Board Appoints New Board Member for Region 1, Appoints Aging and Film Liaisons
- Impact of Oakland Fire: Is Silver Lake Ready?
- SLNC Affirms Support of DWP Reservoir Commitments
- Fighting Out-of-Scale Development
- SLNC Tackles Potholes
- LADWP Confirms Reservoir Will be Refilled to Historic Level
- Past SLNC News and Articles
- Free Legal Services for Vets
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