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Update: Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council Meets Tonight

The is the final meeting of the HHPNC with its current members. The newly elected board will be seated next month.

The new board of the Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council will meet for the first time on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Highland Park Adult Senior Citizens Center. 

According to Alisa Smith, an independent election administrator for Empower L.A., an updated meeting agenda has been posted, which includes the seating of the board's new members.

The updated agenda also includes the selection of board officers.

Agenda items to watch for:

3. Consider the merits of a Neighborhood Purposes Grant for the
Veterans Day Parade through Highland Park, and the allocation of funds in an amount up to but not to exceed $1000. Funds to be used for the installation of a banner, and an ad Parade Program. Budget and Finance certifies the paperwork is complete, which allows for Council action at this time

4. Consider the merits of funding a 5-year internet and service
agreement for HHPNC/LAPD camera system up to but not to exceed $10,000. Budget and Finance certifies the paperwork is complete, which allows for Council action at this time – Marquez

6. Choose two delegates, Board members or Stakeholders, to attend
Mayor's Budget Day Saturday, Nov. 17, from 8 am to noon representing the HHPNC. One of these representatives may be asked to serve on the Eastern Region Advisory Board, and both will report to the Board at future Board meetings any information from the Advisory Board – Moore

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