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RLn ANNOUNCEMENTS: July 26, 2016

July 27
Coastal Communications Committee Meeting
The Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s Communications Committee meeting is scheduled to take place July 27 at the Corner Store.
Time: 5:30 p.m. July 27
Details: View agenda here
Venue: Corner Store, 1118 W. 37th St., San Pedro


July 27
Central Committee on Homelessness
The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s Committee on Homelessness is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. July 27 at the San Pedro Regional Library.
Time: 6 to 7:15 p.m.
Details: Agenda
Venue: San Pedro Regional Library, 931 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro


July 28
Domestic Violence Town Hall Meeting
The Los Angeles Police Department Operations-South Bureau is hosting a series of Town Hall Meeting to address incidents of violent crime in our community. The goal of the Town Hall Series is to educate the community on alternatives to violence and to glean advice, concerns and recommendations on deterring crime, public safety and community policing.
Time: 6 to 8:30 p.m. July 28
Details: (323) 786-5580
Venue: Peck Par, 560 N. Western Ave., San Pedro


July 28
NWSPNC Budget and Finance Committee
The Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council’s Budget and Finance Committee Board Meeting is scheduled to take place.
Time: 5:30 to 7 p.m. July 28
Details: View agenda
Venue: Taxco Restaurant, 29050 S. Western Ave., San Pedro


July 28
Providence SP OB-GYN Open House
Providence San Pedro is hosting an OB-GYN open house. Meet the team and learn about how they can care for you.
Time: 5 to 7 p.m. July 28
Details: More Info >
Venue: Providence San Pedro, 621 Butte St., San Pedro


Aug. 3
Notice of Preparation for Marine Oil Terminal Improvements
An Initial Study/Notice of Preparation — the first step in the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) process — has been released for a Marine Oil Terminal Wharf Improvements Project at the Valero Terminal on Mormon Island in Los Angeles Harbor.
The primary goal of the proposed project is to comply with the Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Standards to protect public health, safety, and the environment, which involves demolition of the existing 19,000-square-foot timber wharf at Berth 164 and construction and operation of a new, Marine Oil Terminal Engineering and Maintenance Standards-compliant wharf, with minor infrastructure improvements to connect the new loading platform to the existing landside pipelines and utilities. The proposed project would also include a new, 30-year lease through 2047.
The Initial Study/Notice of Preparation is available for review at www.portoflosangeles.org. The Initial Study/Notice of Preparation is released for public review to solicit feedback, which helps to identify any potential environmental impacts and suggest possible alternatives for the project that can be incorporated into the EIR.
The Port of Los Angeles will host a public meeting to receive comments on at 6 p.m. Aug. 3, at 6 p.m., at the Port of Los Angeles Administration Building.
Written comments on the Initial Study/Notice of Preparation may be submitted via email to ceqacomments@portla.org or to the following address through the public comment period from July 21 to August 19, 2016:
Christopher Cannon, Director of Environmental Management
Los Angeles Harbor Department
425 South Palos Verdes Street
San Pedro, CA 90731
Comment letters sent via email should include the Project title “Berth 164 [Valero] Marine Oil Terminal Wharf Improvements Project” in the email subject line and the commenter’s physical mailing address in the body of the email.
Time: 6 p.m. Aug. 3
Details: (310) 732-3675; www.portoflosangeles.org
Venue: Port of Los Angeles Administration Building, 425 S. Palos Verdes St, San Pedro.


Aug. 13
Back to School Supplies Giveaway
Bring your child to the upcoming annual school supplies giveaway at Toberman Neighborhood Center.
Time: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 13
Details: www.toberman.org
Venue: Toberman, 131 N. Grand Ave., San Pedro


Protect your Pets in Extreme Heat
When it is hot for you, it is even hotter for your furry friend. Dogs and cats do not sweat through their skin. They cool themselves by panting or rapid breathing, which means animals must work extra hard to stay cool.
The best plan is to keep your dog and cat protected from the hot weather. Here are some pet safety reminders:

  • Give your pet extra water
  • Offer your dog a wading pool
  • Never leave your pet alone inside a car
  • Walk your dog in the morning or evening
  • Avoid hot ground surfaces
    Don’t leave your pet outdoors for a long time
  • Care for your pet’s coat

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