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Hancock Park Homeowners Association – Annual Meeting Tuesday

John Burroughs Middle School
John Burroughs Middle School is looking sharp, thanks to the hard work of Hancock Park Homeowners Association Board Member Joanne Medeiros, along with volunteers and the John Burroughs Staff

The Hancock Park Homeowners Association Annual Meeting takes place Tuesday, October 16 at 7pm in the auditorium at John Burroughs Middle School.

Topics on the agenda include:

  • Security update from the LAPD Wilshire Division and security services ADT and SSA
  • Current report from CD4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s Office
  • A discussion of the upcoming changes to the Transportation Element part of the General Plan which includes possible new bike lanes and other modifications that will impact Hancock Park neighborhood streets
  • Discussion of volunteer opportunities on special neighborhood projects
  • Questions and answer session

Also, Hancock Park Homeowner Association members in good standing (having paid their dues) should have received a Board of Directors Ballot in the mail. If you haven’t already mailed the ballot, you can bring it with you to the meeting as ballots will be counted and results will be announced at the meeting.

Hancock Park Homeowners Association Annual Meeting
Tuesday, October 16 at 7pm
John Burroughs Middle School
600 South Mansfield Place



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