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Curbside Crab Cakes will be our food truck for South Park Commons Movie Night on 11/14 Please see the attached flyer for more information.
CURBSIDE CRAB CAKES Food Truck
TYPE OF CUISINE: AUTHENTIC MARYLAND SEAFOOD SANDWICHES, SOUPS, CRABCAKES
The City of Angels can enjoy a taste of an East Coast staple, all thanks to Curbside Crab Cakes.
Of course, authentic Maryland Crab Cakes are the star of this truck’s finely crafted menu, but there are all sorts of other delicious seafood specialties to enjoy, including ooey gooey Seafood Quesadillas with their signature cheese crab fondue, served with charred corn-black bean salsa and tangy chipotle crema, hearty Cream of Crab soup with a touch of sherry, and addictively crisp Chesapeake Bay Shrimp Salad Sandwiches, just to name a few.
We hope everyone will enjoy and have a great time!
Please see below for a filming notification. If you would also like to receive filming notifications you can sign up at filmla.com
PRODUCTION COMPANY: GIALLO FILMS, LLC
WILL BE FILMING: SILVERCUP
UNDER PERMIT: F00156664
LOCATION: 1200 S Hope St, Los Angeles, CA, 90015
FILM DATES: 11/04/2019 – 11/09/2019, 1:00 PM – 7:00 AM
FILM DATES: 11/11/2019 – 11/15/2019, 1:00 PM – 7:00 AM
STRIKE DATES: 11/15/2019 – 11/19/2019, 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM
DESCRIPTION OF SCENE:
Pending community survey.
NOTICE FOR TEST GUNFIRE ACTIVITY
(10/25, 10AM – 6PM)
INTERIOR SINGLE SHOT & SEMI-AUTOMATIC
1/4, 1/2 & FULL LOADS.
(N/S=North Side, E/S=East Side, S/S=South Side, W/S=West Side, B/S=Both Sides)
10/21 – 11/19, NO PARKING ANYTIME
E/S S HOPE ST., W 12TH ST – SOUTH 70′
S/S W 12TH ST., S HOPE ST – EAST 50′
BASE CAMP & CREW PARKING: 508 W PICO BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA, 90015
PRODUCTION LANE/STREET CLOSURES:
Production Office Phone
At the last Board meeting on October 16th, the SPBID gave a presentation on homelessness in South Park. Included in the presentation: SPBID’s plan to mitigate homelessness, police enforcement, and trash removal. In addition to SPBID, presentations were given by LAPD, the City Attorney’s Office, and the Sanitation Department.
The SPBID now has a staff member dedicated to working with the homeless in this area. They are working to provide services and/or placement for homeless individuals in housing or other programs throughout the county but they face many obstacles.
The police and the City Attorney discussed the reasons why homelessness is not a crime in this city while crimes can be committed within the homeless communities. Tents and other encampment structures are not allowed on the streets between the hours of 6am and 9pm. If you see a tent or structure during the daylight hours, you can call 311 or visit https://myla311.lacity.org/portal . Also mentioned were specific guidelines about removing private property owned by homeless individuals.
The sanitation department has now devoted extra personnel to sweep specific encampments in the area on a regular basis. They are convinced this will result in more homeless individuals policing their own trash for pick up by the city and ultimately cleaner streets. They hope to incorporate personal hygiene stations including showers into these encampments on a rotating basis.
Homeless individuals are not allowed to block sidewalks or public right of ways. They are also not allowed on private property. On sidewalks, they need to leave enough clearance to be ADA compliant. If you encounter a blocked or narrowed sidewalk due to a homeless person or their property in South Park, you are encouraged to contact SPBID at 866-560-9346. Other issues the SPBID can address are excessive noise, and trespassing on private property.
– In the event of a fire, crime in progress, violent crime, or medical emergency, call 911.
– For graffiti or other cleanliness issues, you can email SPBID at email@example.com
– For issues on a bus, train, or train station call Metro at 888-950-SAFE
– To file a police report or make general inquiries with the Police, please call LAPD Non-Emergency at 877-ASK-LAPD.
– Link to LA Mayor’s thoughts on homelessness – https://www.lamayor.org/Homelessness
Luma’s Board of Directors
The Annual Meeting was adjourned until Wednesday, November 6th, 2019, registration begins at 5:30PM. If you have not already cast your ballot, please remember to do so as YOUR BALLOT COUNTS.
If you do not wish to cast a vote, please check the “Quorum Purposes Only” box as this will help establish quorum for the meeting and save the Association added costs if quorum is not met.
If you are unable to locate your ballot, you may obtain a new one from the LUMA HOA Management Office.
The Ballot may be sent or hand delivered to the Inspector of Election, Luma Management Office, 1100 S. Hope St., Los Angeles, CA 90015. All ballots must be received by 5:00PM November 5th, 2019, otherwise ballots may be hand delivered at the meeting, or any adjournment thereof, prior to the close of balloting.
Thank you for participating.