Pet owner looking for lost dog last seen in vicinity of Bellagio and Copa de Oro

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A pet owner has lost their dog in the vicinity of Bellagio and Copa de Oro. If anyone has information on the whereabouts of this little dog, please contact the BAA office at (310) 474-3527 or email

The owner asked that their contact information be posted as well:

Irene Jung


Tel: (213) 215-6256 or (213) 298-1985

Thank you.

BAA wishes GOOD LUCK to its members running for seats on the Bel-Air/Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council

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What are Neighborhood Councils?

Neighborhood Councils are city-certified local groups made up of people who live, work, own property or have some other connection to a neighborhood. The Board members are volunteers who applied to be candidates and were elected by the people in the neighborhood. The size of the Board varies from 7 to over 30, depending on the needs of the neighborhood. Neighborhood Councils are the closest form of government to the people. If you want fast change in your neighborhood, your best bet is to get your Neighborhood Council to act.

What do these Neighborhood Councils do?

Neighborhood Councils hold regular meetings – at least one every three months. Many Councils hold meetings more often and have working committees as well. Their job is to improve their neighborhood and address the needs of their community. Neighborhood Councils receive public funds, also known as taxpayer money, of $42,000 each year to support their activities. The Councils decide and vote on how they want to spend the money they receive. This may include creating events and programs for the unique needs of their community or advocating for the issues they care about such as crime, maintaining roads and streets, the creation of safe spaces for children, prevention of gangs, and economic development.

Visit the Bel-Air/Beverly Crest website at

Los Angeles Police Department Survey


The Los Angeles Police Department wants to hear from you. The City of Los Angeles has initiated an anonymous survey seeking input from communities about your experiences with LAPD, your attitudes toward service levels, and any opportunities for improvement.

This survey is designed to supplement meetings that are currently being held with neighborhood council alliances and community police advisory boards. Please take the time to complete the questionnaire so that your feedback can be included in the study. The survey is anonymous, and individual responses will never be shared with LAPD, the City of Los Angeles, or anyone outside of the project team. The responses will be tabulated and a summary of findings will be presented.

LADWP Update: Bel-Air Power Upgrade will be in two phases

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LADWP has informed the BAA that the Bel-Air Power Upgrade will be in two phases: Phase 1 is the Sunset Boulevard work that will begin in the latter part of June (after UCLA Commencements) and should finish up by May 2020. Phase 2, where several Bel-Air streets will be impacted will commence in 2020. LADWP will provide further information on Phase II at a later date.

The BAA will forward updates to the community once they are available by LADWP.

· PHASE I construction will begin after the current term ends at UCLA. LADWP will meet with UCLA to finalize the schedule.

· There will NOT be a full street closure of Sunset Blvd. Two traffic lanes be closed for construction -- primarily the 2 middle lanes, one going east and one going west. All other lanes will be open for traffic.

· LADWP will work Monday – Friday starting at 9:00am and ending at 3:30 PM, as well as work on Saturdays from 8:00AM to 6:00 PM. On Saturdays, work crews may show up at the site as early at 6:00 AM but actual construction work will not begin until 8:00 AM. Crews will NOT be working during rush hour/heavy commuting times.

· Installation of electrical vaults will take place on Saturdays only. This type of construction will not take place on a weekday.

· PHASE 1 of construction will be in three sections on Sunset – see map in red. The Sunset portions will be completed by May 2020.

· PHASE II construction that impacts the side streets will commence in 2020 after Sunset work is completed. Information on PHASE II, will be forthcoming.·

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