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341244_Newsletter October
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LYNWOOD N’ PERSPECTIVE
FEATURE
INSIDE
THIS
ISSUE
D
PG. 2
TREE TRIMMING
PG. 2
COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS
PG. 4
HALLOWEEN SAFETY
PG. 4
CITY PHOTOS
PG. 5
GRADES OF GREEN
PG. 6
IN A DROUGHT
Aide Castro
Mayor
Edwin Hernandez
Mayor Pro Tem
José Luis Solache
Council Member
Maria T. Santillan-Beas
Council Member
Salvador Alatorre
Council Member
Maria Quinonez
City Clerk
Yolanda Rodriguez Gonzalez
City Treasurer
Sarah Magaña Withers
City Manager
SANTA FE, SPRINGS
KEEPING EACH OTHER SAFE
rive safely. Lock your doors. Be mindful of your surroundings. Don’t
leave valuables in your vehicles. Don’t walk alone at night. Don’t talk
to strangers. Know CPR. Don’t run during an earthquake. Hide your PIN
number. The list of safety tips can go on and on forever and while October
is Crime Prevention Month, in the City of Lynwood it is crime prevention and
public safety awareness month every month.
While crimes in the City of Lynwood are still at an all-time low,
ongoing discussions about crime prevention and public safety awareness are
paramount to keeping each other and our City as safe as possible, not just
during the holidays, but always.
One week in October has also been slated National Teen Driver
Safety Week (October 15-24). So
whether you’re a teen pledging
to be a safe driver during the
Lynwood Unified School District’s
participation in the National
Celebrate My Drive Campaign, or
not, all drivers should follow the
2-eyes on the road and 2-hands
on the wheel safety motto. When
you pledge to keep yourself safe,
you are pledging to keep others
safe.
The City of Lynwood
is abundant with crime
prevention and public safety
awareness campaigns. From being home to a 60-plus strong Neighborhood
Watch Organization, the City of Lynwood also credits its low crime rates on
its relationship with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Century
Station. Over the years, the City of Lynwood has also hosted an array of Public
Safety Fairs and Community Meetings to keep the public informed about crime
prevention and public safety. While some crime prevention and safety tips
are just common sense, like locking your car doors, the City of Lynwood offers
emergency response trainings for the public that teach individuals basic safety
tips and how to respond to emergencies. This month, the fire department
is hosting trainings in Spanish on October 11, 18 and 25 at the Community
Center. Called the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Classes, these
trainings mainly teach the public how to be the community’s first responders
during an emergency, or in the case of a large earthquake. (Classes in English
took place in August). While earthquakes aren’t anyone’s favorite conversation
piece, safety during an earthquake is everyone’s business. The City of Lynwood
encourages all of its residents, business owners and schools to participate in
The Great California Shake Out on October 16, 2014 at 10:16 a.m. This statewide drill encourages us all to learn to Drop, Cover and Hold On during an
earthquake but it also reminds us to be prepared with supplies and food for
our homes and families.
The City of Lynwood can have a great working relationship with the
Sheriff’s Department and host many community safety meetings to keep
Lynwood safe, but the bottom lines is that only you can keep yourself and
others safe by pledging to drive safely, by always locking your car doors and by
taking the initiative to call the Sheriff’s department when something is wrong.
Crime prevention and public safety awareness is all of our responsibility.
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MANTENERNOS SEGUROS
LOS UNOS A LOS OTROS
M
anejar con cuidado. Cerrar la puerta con llave. Estar atento al entorno. No
dejar objetos de valor en el vehículo. No caminar solo de noche. No hablar con
extraños. Saber RCP. No correr durante un terremoto. Esconder el número de PIN.
La lista de consejos de seguridad es interminable, y aunque el Mes de Prevención del
Crimen es el mes de octubre, en la Ciudad de Lynwood todos los meses son el mes de
concientización de seguridad pública y prevención del crimen.
Aunque los crímenes en la Ciudad de Lynwood siguen estando en un mínimo histórico,
los debates continuos sobre prevención del crimen y concientización de seguridad
pública son fundamentales para mantenernos y mantener a nuestra Ciudad lo más
seguros posible, no solo durante las vacaciones, sino siempre.
También se ha declarado que una de las semanas de octubre será la Semana Nacional
de la Seguridad de los Conductores Adolescentes
(15-24 de octubre). Por lo tanto, sea o no un
adolescente que se compromete a conducir de
manera segura durante la participación del
Distrito Escolar Unificado de Lynwood en la
Campaña Nacional Celebrate My Drive, todos los
conductores deben seguir el lema de seguridad
que dice que hay que tener ambos ojos en la
calle y ambas manos en el volante. Cuando
se compromete a mantenerse seguro, se está
comprometiendo a mantener seguros a los
demás.
En la Ciudad de Lynwood abundan las campañas
de prevención del crimen y concientización
de seguridad pública. Desde quedarse en casa
hasta una Organización de Neighborhood Watch
con más de 60 personas, la Ciudad de Lynwood
también le da el crédito por su baja tasa de crimen a su relación con la Estación Century
del Departamento de Policía del Condado de Los Ángeles. A lo largo de los años, la
Ciudad de Lynwood también ha sido sede de diversas Ferias de Seguridad Pública y
Reuniones Comunitarias para mantener al público informado sobre la prevención del
crimen y la seguridad pública. Aunque algunos de los consejos de prevención del crimen
y de seguridad no son más que sentido común, como por ejemplo cerrar con llave la
puerta del auto, la Ciudad de Lynwood ofrece cursos de capacitación de respuesta
de emergencia para el público, que les enseñan a las personas consejos básicos de
seguridad y cómo responder a situaciones de emergencia. Este mes, el departamento
de bomberos dictará cursos de capacitación en español los días 11, 18 y 25 de octubre,
en el Community Center. Llamadas Clases de Equipo Comunitario de Respuesta de
Emergencia (CERT, por sus siglas en inglés), estos cursos de capacitación principalmente
le enseñan al público a ser los primeros respondedores de la comunidad durante una
emergencia, o en caso de un terremoto importante. (Las clases en inglés se dictaron en
agosto). Aunque los terremotos no son el tema de conversación preferido de nadie, la
seguridad durante un terremoto es problema de todos. La Ciudad de Lynwood alienta a
todos sus residentes, dueños de negocios y escuelas a participar en The Great California
Shake Out el 16 de octubre de 2014 a las 10:16 a.m. Este simulacro a nivel estatal
nos alienta a todos a aprender a dejar todo, cubrirse y esperar durante un terremoto,
pero también nos recuerda que debemos estar preparados con suministros y agua para
nuestras familias y hogares.
La Ciudad de Lynwood puede tener una muy buena relación de trabajo con el
Departamento de Policía y realizar muchas reuniones de seguridad comunitaria para
que Lynwood siga siendo segura, pero lo importante es que solamente usted puede
mantenerse seguro a sí mismo y a los demás comprometiéndose a conducir de manera
segura, siempre cerrando con llave la puerta del auto, y tomando la iniciativa para
llamar al Departamento de Policía cuando algo anda mal. La prevención del crimen y
la concientización de la seguridad pública es responsabilidad de todos nosotros.
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE 8 | VOL. 8 | PAGE 1
COUNCIL BRIEFS
CITY
HIGHLIGHTS
HIGHLIGHT
THE BIG RED TROLLEY
H
ere comes the Big Red Trolley. Just like Norman Bridwell’s
Big Red Dog-Clifford, you can’t miss the City of Lynwood’s
Big Red Trolleys.
Every City has its own Fixed Route Transit System but
very few look like the old fashioned trolleys or cable cars.
The Lynwood City Council and City Staff recently
unveiled the City’s new bright, red and dependable streetcars
at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park where the community was invited
to tour them and sit in the driver’s seat.
The City of Lynwood’s Fixed Route Transit System
services four designated routes Monday through Sunday
except holidays. The trolley bus services in Lynwood has
been operational since 1986. Initially two trolley buses were
operational. Since then the Lynwood Fixed Route Transit
System has been expanded to four buses. Two of the buses
are trolleys and the other two buses are regular buses. All
four buses run on CNG. Since 1986, the Lynwood Fixed Route
Transit System has expanded to service new destinations such
as the Blue Line Station in Willowbrook and the Metro Green
Line Station on Long Beach Boulevard.
The City continues to strive to provide convenient and
dependable local transit service at low cost to the residents.
At one point the trolleys were painted white, but the
Lynwood City Council last year opted to change the trolley bus
color to red. The red color and old-fashioned logo is reminiscent
of the original trolley that operated in the City back in 1986.
Offering a Fixed Route Transit System is an important service
for the community. More than 300,000 people ride the
Lynwood trolleys/buses every year. In one week, more than
1,000 people ride the big red trolleys.
INFORMATION
A
TREE TRIMMING TIME
recent overhaul of the City’s tree trimming schedule will
assure that all 9,000 of the City’s trees are cut every two
years, instead of every three years.
Years ago, trees in the City were being cut every four
years. But times have changed, and while the current drought
is affecting the City’s tree population, it has been found that
trees need to be trimmed sooner than every three or four years.
From now on, each tree will be trimmed every two
years. Half of the City’s trees will be cut one year, and the other
half will be cut the second year. The City has gone through
several cycles of tree trimming schedules, but hopefully this
one will be the best one.
No one would have ever guessed that there are
more than 9,000 trees in the City of Lynwood, and that’s not
counting trees that are on private properties, but the numbers
are dwindling due to heat and drought.
“Tree issues that are happening here are also
happening in other Cities,” said a City Official. “This new
schedule will ensure that our trees get trimmed in a timely
manner, and at the same time, it can help us to keep better
track of the state of our tree population.” While the City takes
care of the City’s trees, City officials remind homeowners/
property owners that it is their responsibility to upkeep and
trim the trees that are on their own private properties, too.
EL GRAN
TRANVÍA ROJO
A
quí viene el Gran Tranvía Rojo. Como sucede con Clifford, el
Gran Perro Rojo de Norman Bridwell, es imposible no ver
los Grandes Tranvías Rojos de la Ciudad de Lynwood.
Toda Ciudad tiene su propio Sistema de Tránsito de
Ruta Fija, pero muy pocos se ven como tranvías a la antigua.
Hace poco, el Municipio de la Ciudad de Lynwood y el Personal
de la Ciudad de Lynwood revelaron los nuevos y confiables
tranvías color rojo brillante en Yvonne Burke/Ham Park, en
donde se invitó a la comunidad a visitarlos y sentarse en el
asiento del conductor.
El Sistema de Tránsito de Ruta Fija de la Ciudad de
Lynwood sirve a cuatro rutas designadas de lunes a domingo,
excepto feriados. Los servicios de tranvía en Lynwood operaban
desde 1986, e inicialmente funcionaban dos tranvías. Desde
entonces, el Sistema de Tránsito de Ruta Fija de Lynwood se
ha expandido a cuatro autobuses. Dos de los autobuses son
tranvías, y los otros dos son autobuses normales. Los cuatro
funcionan a GNC. Desde 1986, el Sistema de Tránsito de Ruta
Fija de Lynwood se ha extendido para server a nuevos destinos,
como por ejemplo la Estación Blue Line en Willowbrook y la
Estación de Metro Green Line en Long Beach Boulevard. La
Ciudad continúa esforzándose por proporcionar un servicio de
tránsito local conveniente y confiable a un bajo costo para los
residentes.
En un momento, los tranvías se habían pintado de
blanco, pero el año pasado el Municipio de Lynwood decidió
cambiar el color de los tranvías a rojo. El color rojo y el logo a
la antigua nos recuerdan al tranvía original que funcionaba en
la Ciudad en 1986. Ofrecer un Sistema de Tránsito de Ruta Fija
es un servicio importante para la comunidad. Más de 300,000
personas usan los tranvías/autobuses de Lynwood cada año.
En una semana, más de 1,000 personas se suben a los grandes
tranvías rojos.
HORA DE PODAR
LOS ÁRBOLES
U
na renovación reciente que se hizo al cronograma de poda
de árboles de la Ciudad asegurará que los 9,000 árboles de
la ciudad reciban un corte cada dos años, en lugar de tres.
Hace años, los árboles de la Ciudad se cortaban cada
cuatro años. Pero los tiempos han cambiado, y mientras que
la sequía actual está afectando la población de árboles de la
Ciudad, se ha descubierto que se debe podar los árboles con
mayor frecuencia que cada tres o cuatro años.
De ahora en más, podaremos cada árbol cada dos años. La mitad
de los árboles de la ciudad se podarán un año, y la otra mitad se
podarán el segundo año. La Ciudad ha atravesado varios ciclos
de cronogramas de poda de árboles, pero esperamos que este
sea el mejor.
A nadie se le hubiera ocurrido jamás que hay más de
9,000 árboles en la Ciudad de Lynwood, y eso es sin contar los
árboles que se encuentran en propiedades privadas, pero la
cantidad está disminuyendo a causa del calor y la sequía.
“Los problemas que afectan a los árboles aquí también están
sucediendo en otras Ciudades”, dijo un funcionario de la
Ciudad. “Este nuevo cronograma se asegurará de que nuestros
árboles se poden en tiempo y forma, y al mismo tiempo nos
puede ayudar a registrar mejor el estado de nuestra población
de árboles”. Mientras que la Ciudad se hace cargo de los árboles
de la Ciudad, los funcionarios de la Ciudad quisieran recordarles
a los dueños de viviendas/propiedad que es su responsabilidad
mantener y podar los árboles que se encuentran en sus propias
propiedades privadas.
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June 3, 2014 Meeting:
• Approved the Draft Watershed Management Plan and
Coordinated Integrated Monitoring Plan Under the new
Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System
• Approved a Citywide “Say No to Illegal Fireworks” Campaign
• Authorized funding for the 2014 4th of July Celebration
• Authorized funding for a Keep Lynwood Clean Campaign
Not to Exceed $10,000
June 17, 2014 Meeting:
• Received and Filed the City Manager’s Proposed FY 201415 Budget With Pending Changes
• Renewed the Existing Agreement with Redflex Traffic
Systems for Three Years
• Approved a Request from the Lynwood Athletics &
Community Services Program to Hang a Street Banner on a
Prominent Lynwood Street, Waiving the $200 Fee
• Approved a Request from Assemblyman Anthony Rendon
to use Bateman Hall for his Coffee with the Assembly
Members Community Meeting on July 9, 2014
• Appropriated and Transferred $22,000 from the
Unappropriated Gas Tax to Pay for the Traffic Signal Repair
at State Street and Tweedy Boulevard, the City of South
Gate Paid the Other Half of the Costs
June 24, 2014 Special Meeting:
• Received and Filed the City Manager’s Proposed FY 201415 Budget With Changes
July 1, 2014 Meeting:
• Approved the City Manager’s Proposed FY 2014-15 Budget
• Approved a Request to Renew the Service Agreement with
Adminsure Inc. for Workers’ Compensation Claims Third
Party Administration for a Three-Year Term
• Approved the Installation of Speed Humps on Hulme
Avenue and Lyndora Street to Address Speeding in the Area
• Approved a Mariachi Under the Stars Community Event to
take place on August 15, 2014 at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park
Asamblea del 3 de junio de 2014:
• Se aprobó el borrador del Plan de Administración de
Cuencas y se coordinó un Plan de Monitoreo Integrado
bajo el nuevo sistema municipal de cloacas de tormenta
separadas
• Se aprobó una Campaña “No a los fuegos artificiales
ilegales” que se realizará en toda la ciudad
• Se autorizaron los fondos para las celebraciones del 4 de
julio de 2014
• Se autorizaron los fondos para una Campaña para Mantener
Limpia a Lynwood que no debe exceder los $10,000
Asamblea del 17 de junio de 2014:
• Se recibió y presentó el presupuesto por el Administrador
de la Ciudad para el año fiscal 2014-15, con cambios
pendientes
• Se renovó el Acuerdo existente con Redflex Traffic Systems
por tres años más
• Se aprobó una solicitud del Programa de Atletismo y
Servicios Comunitarios de Lynwood para colgar un pasacalle
en una calle prominente de Lynwood, renunciando al cargo
de $200
• Se aprobó una solicitud del Congresista Anthony Rendon
para usar Bateman Hall para su Reunión Comunitaria de
Café con los Congresistas, del 9 de julio de 2014
• Se apropiaron y transfirieron $22,000 del Fondo Impositivo
a la Gasolina sin Apropiar para pagar por la reparación de la
señal de tránsito de Tweedy Boulevard; la Ciudad de South
Gate pagó por la otra mitad de los costos
Asamblea Extraordinaria del 24 de junio de 2014:
• Se recibió y presentó el presupuesto por el Administrador
de la Ciudad para el año fiscal 2014-15, con cambios
pendientes
• Asamblea del 1 de julio de 2014:
• Se aprobó el presupuesto propuesto por el Administrador
de la Ciudad para el año fiscal 2014-15
• Se aprobó una solicitud para renovar el Acuerdo de
Servicios con Adminsure Inc. para la Administración de
Terceros de Reclamos de Indemnización por Accidentes de
Trabajo por un plazo de tres años
• Se aprobó la instalación de lomas de burro en Hulme
Avenue y Lyndora Street para tratar el problema de exceso
de velocidad en el área
• Se aprobó el Evento Comunitario Mariachi Under the Stars,
que tendrá lugar el 15 de agosto de 2014 en Yvonne Burke/
Ham Park
October is National Breast
Cancer Awareness Month, which is
an annual campaign to increase awareness
of the disease. While most people are aware
of breast cancer, many forget to take the
steps to have a plan to detect the disease
in its early stages and encourage others to
do the same. Women and Men everywhere
need to be encouraged to self-check every
month for early detection of breast cancer,
and not just in October but all year long.
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CITY
SAFETY
SAFETY
TRAINING
LT. TODD DEEDS: TAKING BACK YOUR COMMUNITY
RECUPERAR SU COMUNIDAD
T
he City of Lynwood and the Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department’s Century
Station have been conducting a series of Public Safety Community Meetings that
have resulted positively and have given community stakeholders an opportunity
to take back their neighborhoods.
With a successful Sheriff ’s Department Foot Beat back in May, where
Sheriff ’s deputies got out of their vehicles and patrolled Long Beach Boulevard by
foot, the City of Lynwood has since held two other major community meetings to
address the quality of life problems that have plagued Long Beach Boulevard for
years. With loads of media attention on the boulevard as well, it appears that the
City’s and the Sheriff ’s new, more aggressive efforts to take back the community are
working, Lt. Todd Deeds announced at a recent Neighborhood Block Watch Meeting.
“Long Beach Boulevard is not the Long Beach Boulevard that it was at the beginning
of the year and it’s great,” he said.
In August, the City and the Sheriff ’s held a Community Meeting at the
Chico’s Parking Lot where City officials announced that the zero tolerance for crimes
and sex/human trafficking activities affecting the residents, schools and businesses
near Long Beach Boulevard had reached its limit. From the women, to the Johns to
the businesses and hotels that are found to be contributing to the activities, “the
City isn’t tolerating any of it anymore, so get ready,” said the Mayor.
“These Community efforts are giving people the opportunity to take back
their community from the elements that are affecting their quality of life,” said
Lt. Deeds. “But in order to get it done, the City and the Sheriff ’s Department need
the community to want to take their streets back; we need to hear from residents
when they see something wrong. If it
bothers you, call us.”
The Sheriff ’s Department’s
COPS Team has made over 100 arrests in
the last couple of months from women
and Johns doing business along Long
Beach Boulevard. “Through all of
these efforts, I believe we’ve made
it loud and clear to these individuals
to stay out of Lynwood,” Lt. Deeds
said. “Making it as uncomfortable as
possible for them is our goal.”
BE PART OF THE EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEM
T
he Los Angeles County Fire Department’s
popular and proactive approach to preparing
and training Community Emergency Response
Teams (CERT) prior to disasters is being brought
to the Lynwood Community Center in Spanish to
provide basic training in safety and life saving
skills for the general public.
CERT Classes in English were held
in August, but LACFD has received numerous
requests to conduct the class in Spanish. Due to
the overwhelming response, LACFD is arranging
to teach a three-day Saturday class in Spanish
starting in October that take place from 9 a.m.
to 4:00 p.m. The three-day class takes place on
October 11, 18 and 25. In order to receive a CERT
Certification, individuals must attend all three
classes.
Following a major disaster, police, fire
and medical professionals may not be able to fully
meet the demand of emergencies that follow.
People will have to rely on each other to meet
the immediate life saving and life sustaining
needs of their neighbors. CERT training meets
that purpose and teaches people about disaster
preparedness, fire safety, emergency medical
operations, light search and rescue operations,
disaster psychology, terrorism, fire extinguisher
training, and about CERT organization during an
emergency.
To register, please go to www.fire.
lacounty.gov/cert or call Ramon Galindo at (310)
603-0220 Ext. 200. The Lynwood Community
Center is located at 11301 Bullis Road, Lynwood,
CA 90262.
SEA PARTE DEL SISTEMA DE
RESPUESTA DE EMERGENCIA
E
l popular y proactivo enfoque del
Departamento de Bomberos del Condado
de Los Ángeles para preparar y capacitar
a Equipos Comunitarios de Respuestas Ante
Emergencias (CERT, en inglés) antes de los
desastres llega al Lynwood Community Center
en español para brindar capacitación básica en
seguridad y habilidades para salvar vidas para el
público en general.
En agosto se realizaron clases de CERT
en inglés, pero LACFD ha recibido numerosas
solicitudes para que la clase se dicte en
español. Debido a la abrumadora respuesta que
recibimos, LACFD está haciendo preparaciones
para proporcionar una clase de tres días que se
dictará en español los sábados. Comenzarán en
octubre y se dictarán de 9:00 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. La
clase de tres días se dictará los días 11, 18 y 25
de octubre. Para recibir un certificado de CERT,
los individuos deben asistir a las tres clases.
Luego de un desastre importante, puede
que los profesionales de la policía, bomberos y
médicos no puedan cumplir completamente con
la demanda de las emergencias que siguen. Las
personas deberán depender unas de otras para
cumplir con las necesidades inmediatas de sus
vecinos, para salvarles la vida y mantenerlos
vivos. La capacitación CERT cumple con ese
objetivo y enseña a la gente acerca de la
preparación frente al desastre, seguridad contra
incendios, operaciones médicas de emergencia,
operaciones ligeras de búsqueda y rescate,
psicología ante de desastres, terrorismo,
capacitación en extinguidores y organización
CERT durante una emergencia.
Para registrarse, por favor diríjase a
www.fire.lacounty.gov/cert/ o llame a Ramon
Galindo al (310) 603-0220 Int. 200. El Lynwood
Community Center se encuentra ubicado en
11301 Bullis Road, Lynwood, CA 90262.
L
a Ciudad de Lynwood y la Estación Century del Departamento de Policía
del Condado de Los Ángeles han estado realizando una serie de Reuniones
Comunitarias de Seguridad Pública que tuvieron un resultado positivo y les
ha brindado a los interesados en la comunidad una oportunidad de recuperar sus
barrios.
Con una exitosa Caminata del Departamento de Policía en mayo, durante
la cual los oficiales de Policía se bajaron de sus vehículos para patrullar Long Beach
Boulevard a pie, la Ciudad de Lynwood ha realizado desde entonces otras dos
reuniones comunitarias importantes para hablar sobre los problemas de calidad
de vida que han plagado a Long Beach Boulevard durante años. Contando además
con muchísima atención de los medios en el boulevard, parece que los nuevos y
más agresivos esfuerzos de la Ciudad y la Policía por recuperar la comunidad están
funcionando, anunció el Tte. Todd Deeds en una Reunión reciente de Neighborhood
Watch Block. “Long Beach Boulevard ya no es el Long Beach Boulevard que era al
principio del año, y es fantástico”, dijo.
En agosto, la Ciudad y la Policía realizaron una Reunión Comunitaria en el
Estacionamiento de Chico’s, en donde los funcionarios de la Ciudad anunciaron que
la tolerancia cero para las actividades criminales y trata de blancas/tráfico de sexo
que afectan a los residentes, escuelas y negocios cerca de Long Beach Boulevard ha
alcanzado su límite. Desde las mujeres hasta los Johns y los negocios y hoteles que
se descubre están contribuyendo a las actividades, “la Ciudad ya no tolera nada de
eso, así que prepárense”, dijo el Alcalde.
“Estos esfuerzos Comunitarios les están brindando a las personas la
oportunidad de recuperar su comunidad de los elementos que están afectando
su calidad de vida”, dijo el Tte. Deeds. “Pero para poder hacerlo, la Ciudad y el
Departamento de Policía necesitan que la comunidad quiera recuperar sus calles;
necesitamos que los residentes hablen cuando vean que algo anda mal. Si le
molesta, llámenos”.
En los últimos meses, el Equipo COPS del Departamento de Policía ha
arrestado a más de 100 mujeres y Johns que hacían negocios sobre Long Beach
Boulevard. “A través de todos estos esfuerzos, creo que les hemos dejado bien en
claro a estos individuos que no deben acercarse a Lynwood”, dijo el Tte. Deeds.
“Nuestro objetivo es hacerles las cosas lo más incómodas posible”.
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NOTICE
T
OCTOBER IS ANTI-BULLYING MONTH
here was a time in history when bullying was
viewed as a “childhood rite of passage,” but the
reality is that bullying can have – and has had
– devastating effects on today’s kid’s.
October is National Bullying Prevention
Month and it is a time when communities across
the country unite to raise awareness of bullying
prevention. The campaign was founded in 2006 by
PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. While
bullying has been historically believed to “make
kids tougher,” today in 2014, it has been found that
bullying is hurtful, can cause school avoidance, loss
of self-esteem, increased anxiety, and depression
in kids and in adults who are bullied.
While some might not agree, Social Media
has not had a good effect on bullying. Social Media
has had a tremendous effect on bullying and is a
bully’s best friend. Information is instantly accessed
by everyone, rumors can spread faster than ever, web
cams make it easy to send a message of hate, camera
phone pictures can go viral in minutes, etc. The list
can go on and on.
Some statistics indicate that as many as
160,000 students a year skip school just to avoid
being harassed and texting and social media are
making it easier than ever to harass classmates.
Victimization from schoolmates has been correlated
with everything from depression and anxiety to
thoughts of suicide and struggles with academics.
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE 8 | VOL. 8 | PAGE 3
CITY
PHOTOS
SUNCOR CARE LYNWOOD GROUND BREAKING
HIGHLIGHT
F
HAPPY HALLOWEEN
FELIZ NOCHE
DE BRUJAS
rom the candy to the costumes, Halloween is a fun-filled
time for kids and parents alike. But it can pose dangers to
young revelers. Follow these quick and easy precautions
to make sure your little ghouls have a Happy Halloween.
•
FIESTAS PATRIAS
•
•
•
•
•
•
PUBLIC SAFETY MEETING
•
Choose a light-colored costume because these are easily
seen at night. Add reflective tape or glow-in-the-dark
tape to the front and back of the costume and to the
trick-or-treat bag.
Only buy a costume that is labeled “flame-retardant.”
This means the material won’t burn. If you are making
your own costume, use nylon or polyester materials,
which are flame-resistant.
Kids shouldn’t wear masks — they can make it difficult
for them to see and breathe. Instead, use nontoxic face
paint or makeup.
Put a nametag — with your phone number — on your
children’s costumes.
Have kids travel in groups and only go to houses with
porch lights on.
Make sure that any props your kids carry, such as wands
or swords, are short and flexible.
Make sure
kids have a
cell phone
or know how
to call 911
in case of an
emergency.
When kids
get home, check all treats to make sure they’re sealed.
Throw out candy with torn packages or holes in the
packages, and any homemade treats that haven’t been
made by someone you know.
S
ea los dulces a los disfraces, la Noche de Brujas es
un momento lleno de diversión tanto para los niños
como para sus padres. Sin embargo, también puede
representar un peligro para los jóvenes parranderos. Siga
estas precauciones fáciles y rápidas para asegurarse de que
sus pequeños fantasmitas la pasen bien en Noche de Brujas.
Elija un disfraz de un color claro, puesto que se
pueden ver con más facilidad de noche. Agregue cinta
reflectante o que brilla en la oscuridad al frente y en la
espalda del disfraz y a la bolsa de dulce o truco.
• Solamente compre disfraces que digan “ignífugo”
(“flame-retardant”) en la etiqueta. Esto significa que
el material no se quemará. Si va a hacer su propio
disfraz, utilice materiales de nylon o poliéster, que son
resistentes a la llama.
• Los niños no deberían usar máscaras, pueden dificultar
su visión y respiración. En su lugar, utilice pintura
corporal no tóxica o maquillaje.
• Coloque una etiqueta con el nombre y número de
teléfono en los disfraces de sus hijos.
• Haga que los niños se muevan en grupos y solo visiten
casas que tengan prendidas las luces del porche.
• Asegúrese de que todos los elementos de utilería que
lleven sus hijos, como por ejemplo varitas y espadas,
sean cortos y flexibles.
• Asegúrese de que sus hijos tengan un teléfono celular o
sepan llamar al 911 en caso de emergencia.
•
MARIACHI UNDER THE STARS
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| CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE8 | VOL. 8
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FLIER CALENDAR
CITY
LIVING
Great ShakeOut
Thursday, October 16
10:16 a.m.
Millions of people worldwide will practice how to Drop, Cover,
and Hold On at 10:16 a.m. on October 16 during the Great
California ShakeOut Earthquake Drills! People and organizations
in other regions can also learn how to participate and register to
be included. Many areas of the globe are prone to earthquakes.
You could be anywhere when an earthquake strikes: at home,
at work, at school or even on vacation. Are you prepared to
survive and to recover quickly? Great ShakeOut earthquake
drills are an opportunity to practice how to be safer during
earthquake. ShakeOut also has been organized to encourage
you, your community, your school, or your organization to
update emergency plans and supplies, and to secure your space
in order to prevent damage and injuries.
MESSAGE
LINEAR WALKING PARK GROUNDBREAKING
B
y this time next year, the City of Lynwood
will have its first official Linear Walking
Park along the Fernwood Corridor.
The Community was invited to
participate in the official Groundbreaking
Ceremony for the new park on Saturday,
October 4, 2014 at 11 a.m. at the corner of
Harris Street and Fernwood Avenue. While the
City has two large parks, Lynwood City Park
and the Yvonne Burke/Ham Park, and both
have sidewalks for joggers and walkers, the
City of Lynwood was recently awarded nearly
$5 million from the State of California’s Parks
Competitive Grant Program to specifically
build a Linear Walking Trail/Park along
the Fernwood corridor for individuals who
want to jog or walk or simply enjoy a stroll
outdoors. The linear piece of vacant land for
the proposed trail runs perpendicular to the
Glenn Anderson (105) Freeway on Fernwood
Avenue, between Atlantic Boulevard and
Bullis Road. The property is about a mile long and
ranges between 50 to 60 feet wide.
Upon receiving the grant, the City
asked residents to help design the new Linear
Walking Trail/Park, and to suggest what they
would like to see in this new space. Along with a
meandering walking trail through the entire site,
the park will also feature several amenities. The
park’s key features include: 1) A small dog park;
2) A community garden with a tool shed and a
vegetable wash station; 3) A fitness area; 4) A
small playground; 5) Native vegetation; 8) Solar
security lighting; 9) Seating opportunities; and 10)
Historical signage that tells the history of Lynwood.
This month’s Groundbreaking Ceremony
marked the official start of the construction of
the entire park. Within a month, the entire area
will be cordoned off to the public to make way for
the development team’s efforts to build the City of
Lynwood its first Linear Walking Park.
GRID Alternatives: Get Your Free Solar
Electric System Workshops
Thursday, October 23, 2014, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
at the Lynwood Senior Center
Come out and see if you qualify to install a free solar electric
system in your home. GRID Alternatives of Greater Los Angeles is
a nonprofit organization and licensed solar contractor exclusively
serving homeowners who qualify as low-income. Funding is
limited for this program so take advantage while it is still here
and come to the information workshops. If you own and reside
in your home, have a good roof and meet the income limits, you
can get your FREE solar electric system through the State Funded
Low-Income Solar Program. For more information contact the
Outreach Coordinator Lidia Castelo at (310) 735-9775
Halloween Festival
Friday, October 31, 2014, 5 to 8 p.m.
Community Transit Center, 11301 Bullis Road, Lynwood,
CA 90262
Trick-or-Treaters in the City of Lynwood this year will be treated
to a Halloween Carnival taking place at the Community Center,
featuring a haunted maze inside the Center’s gym, a pumpkin
carving contest, carnival booths and a costume contest. About
200 kids and their families attended last year’s event - this
year the City’s Recreation and Community Services Department
is expecting a bigger turnout. Trick-or-Treaters will receive one
free Halloween candy bag and a safe place to display their cool
costumes and have a Happy Halloween.
Mr. and Ms. Senior Lynwood
Friday, November 14, 2014, 6 p.m.
Lynwood Senior Center, 11329 Ernestine Ave.,
Lynwood, CA 90262
SAFETY
GRADES OF GREEN
L
ynwood Unified School District’s Cesar Chavez
Middle School (CCMS) is one of 21 schools in
the Los Angeles County area participating in
the 2014 Grades of Green Program’s Trash Free
Lunch Challenge where students compete to see
which school can create the least amount of trash
possible by the end of the school year.
Sponsored by the Sanitation Districts of
L.A. County, with this Trash Free Lunch Challenge,
the Grades of Green Program offers schools a fun,
inspirational and educational opportunity to
learn how to reduce waste specifically at lunch
time.
The objective of this program is to
show students how to reduce waste during their
lunch hours, build camaraderie and instill social
responsibility. At any given school, students in
middle schools can create as much as 40 bags of
trash every single day. By the end of the school
year, through this Challenge and by educating
students how to separate their trash, schools
should produce less than 6 bags of trash in one
day.
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Congresswoman Janice Hahn, who joined
the Grades of Green eco-consultation team
on their first day at CCMS, was in awe of how
many bags of trash one school can produce in
one day just from the lunch hour. During a tour
of the school, the Congresswoman shared that
she once worked for a giant trash hauler and
remembers the recycling values of the ‘90s.
“It’s time that we start reeducating ourselves
on the importance of recycling and saving our
planet,” said the Congresswoman. While several
of the schools participating in the Challenge
are located in Hahn’s 44th Congressional
District, CCMS Principal Larry Reed assured the
Congresswoman and the Grades of Green Team
that his students are going to make sure Cesar
Chavez Middle School wins the Challenge this
year. The Congresswoman applauded Reed
and Teacher Rachel Jimenez for bringing this
“fantastic program” to the Lynwood Unified
School District to teach kids how to reduce the
waste that goes into landfills.
The Lynwood Senior Center hosts its first Ms. And Mr. Senior
Lynwood Pageant where contestants will be judged on an
interview, talent and evening wear. Contestants were asked to
find a sponsor of $500 and sell a minimum number of tickets.
Tickets for the pageant are $10. Themed “The Age of Elegance,”
proceeds of this event will benefit equipment and materials
needed at the Senior Center. For more information, call Rosie
Carillo at (310) 603-0220 Ext. 425
Holiday Community Service Day
Date: TBD in December
Deadline to submit application is Friday, October 24, 2014
Lynwood Natatorium, 3770 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.,
Lynwood, CA 90262
The City of Lynwood Recreation and Community
Services Department is hosting a Community
Service Day event for families in need during the
holiday season this December. This annual event
is sponsored by local businesses and organizations
to help provide toys and groceries for families in
need. The goal is to serve 300 Lynwood families.
To register, sponsor or donate (toys are always
needed), please call Rosie Carillo at (310) 603-0220
Ext. 319
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE 8 | VOL. 8 | PAGE 5
CITY
FEATURES
NOTICE
FEATURE
CITY TO HANDLE PET LICENSING, ANIMAL CONTROL
P
et owners in the City of Lynwood will now be answering to the City’s new Animal Control
Division for all of their animal control services and needs; after all, the City couldn’t
continue responding to animal control calls unofficially forever.
The new Animal Control Division will even be handling pet licensing starting in
November. Like other cities, the City of Lynwood has contracted with the County of Los Angeles
Department of Animal Care and Control for animal control needs over the years, but staff
shortages at the County level prolonged response times for animal control needs and situations
– some of which required immediate attention.
Suddenly, Parking Enforcement Division Manager JD Whitaker and his officers found
themselves working a bit out of class to respond to some of the more immediate and at some
points, life threatening situations. Taking an “if we don’t do it, it doesn’t get done” stance,
Whitaker and his officers didn’t just start responding to animal control calls, they actually
started loving it. The City’s new in-house Animal Control Division went live on July 1, 2014 and
Whitaker and three of his Parking Enforcement officers have been re-trained as animal control
officers, and he himself certified by National Animal Care and Control Association. Since then,
the Division has been steadfast in performing animal control services while maintaining the
existing service levels of parking enforcement city-wide. Since July 1, 2014, the Division has been
conducting enforcement of all applicable animal laws; state and municipal, removing deceased
animals from the public right-of-way and conducting live capture and transport of stray animals
running at large. For shelter and kennel services, the City will continue to maintain a contractual
agreement with the County.
“Out of necessity, the Parking Enforcement Division started performing animal control
related duties, and it has worked,” said Whitaker. “The community is very happy with the
response times and our effectiveness. As Parking Enforcement Officers we spend the majority
of our work day out in the field patrolling the community, and we could not simply ignore
situations where animals were at risk of hurting the general public or themselves. From removing
deceased animals from the streets and alleyways, to retrieving a live litter of puppies dumped in
a garbage can, there were situations that required immediate attention so we took a proactive
approach to respond.”
Over the last two months, the City’s new Animal Control Division has recovered 103
dogs, 21 cats, 2 roosters and one injured Cooper’s hawk. Unfortunately, the Division also
removed 41 deceased animals from City streets and alleys. As far as he knows, Whitaker said,
that the community seems very satisfied with the new Division, its services and with the
Parking Enforcement officers who have taken on additional duties that require more heart and
compassion than usual.
SAFETY
DANGEROUS MOSQUITO FOUND IN L.A. COUNTY
T
wo Los Angeles County vector
control districts are urging residents
to continue reporting daytime biting
mosquitoes after discovering a new
species of mosquito in Monterey Park and
Montebello.
During an expanded search this
summer for the invasive Asian tiger
mosquito, staff from the San Gabriel Valley
Mosquito and Vector Control District (SGVMVCD) and the Greater Los Angeles County
Vector Control District (GLACVCD) collected unusual specimens from a couple of homes.
After some initial research, photographs of the mosquito were sent to Dr. Cameron Webb
and John Clancy with the Marie Bashir Institute of Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity at
the University of Sydney, Australia and they confirmed it to be Aedes notoscriptus.
The mosquito is considered a major domestic pest in all parts of Australia, and
capable of transmitting several viruses (Barmah Forest and Ross River) to people, both
of which are not documented in L.A. County. It is uncertain if the mosquito, also known
as the Aussie Mozzie, will become a major public health risk in California, however it
is an important vector of dog heartworm in Australia, and may be cause for concern in
the veterinary community and for pet owners in Los Angeles County. Dr. Webb noted,
“This is one of the most widespread pest mosquitoes in Australia and, as well as being
a nuisance-biting pest, has been implicated with mosquito-borne disease outbreaks in
our cities.”
Vector Control officials are warning residents that although the Aussie Mozzie is
currently not a pressing threat, the Asian tiger mosquito discovered in L.A. County in 2011,
poses a greater risk to public health. Like Asian tiger mosquitoes, Ae. Notoscriptus prefer
smaller containers of water in which to lay their eggs and they bit most aggressively in
the afternoon and into the evening. Both of these characteristics are different from the
more common local mosquitoes in Southern California
PAGE 6 | CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE 8 | VOL. 8
IN A DROUGHT, SHUT YOUR TAP! SAVE WATER
H
ave you heard…we are in a Drought! Southern California is entering its third
consecutive dry year with major reservoir records at an all-time low. More
alarming, Southern California’s water allocation from the State Water Project
has been cut to 0 percent. As residents of Southern California, it is imperative
that we conserve our water supplies because of the possible reality that drought
conditions may persist into the next rainy season. Regardless of this possibility
becoming a reality, there is one truth – we need to conserve water NOW.
Each of us plays a significant role in the overall consumption of water. In our
everyday lives, we use water for drinking, bathing and cleaning. During the drought it
is more important than ever to become aware of the water we are wasting. Conserving
water can be simple; there are several practices you can do to ensure your home is
water friendly, such as closing the faucet while brushing your teeth and using water
efficient appliances. Making the change to a water efficient home will not only help
reduce your water consumption and environmental footprint but it will also reduce
water bills and add market value to your home. If you decide to make that change,
there are numerous rebates that will save you money during your purchase.
Our Southern California water supply is in crisis, and it’s a problem that
requires us all to do our part. Fortunately, Central Basin Municipal Water District
customers don’t have to do it alone. The Shut Your Tap! program provides valuable
information on ways to use water more efficiently and protect our most precious
natural resource for the short and long-run. Go to www.centralbasin.org for rebates
and for more information on the Shut Your Tap! Campaign. After all, we shouldn’t
waste what we don’t have.
SIDEBAR:
Mandatory Outdoor Water Restrictions in all of California from the State Water
Resources Control Board:
Use of drinking water is prohibited:
•
On driveways or sidewalks
•
Outdoor landscaping that causes runoff
•
To wash motor vehicles unless with a shut-off nozzle
•
In a fountain/decorative piece unless the water is recirculated
PELIGROSO MOSQUITO ENCONTRADO
EN EL CONDADO DE L.A
.
D
os distritos de control de vectores del Condado de Los Ángeles están instando a los residentes
a seguir reportando mosquitos que pican durante el día después de haber descubierto una
nueva especie de mosquito en Monterey Park y Montebello.
Durante una búsqueda extendida del invasivo mosquito tigre que se realizó este verano,
el personal del Distrito de Control de Vectores y Mosquitos del Valle de San Gabriel (SGVMVCD,
por sus siglas en inglés) y el Distrito de Control de Vectores del Condado de Gran Los Ángeles
(GLACVCD) recolectaron especímenes inusuales en algunos hogares. Después de realizar una
investigación inicial, se enviaron fotografías del mosquito al Dr. Cameron Webb y a John Clancy,
del Instituto Marie Bashir de Enfermedades Infecciosas y Bioseguridad de la Universidad de
Sídney, Australia, que confirmaron que el mosquito es el Aedes notoscriptus.
Este mosquito se considera una gran peste doméstica en toda Australia, y es capaz
de transmitir varios virus (Bosque Barmah y Río Ross) a las personas, ninguno de los cuales
está documentado en el Condado de L.A. No está claro si el mosquito, también conocido como
Aussie Mozzie (mosquito australiano), se convertirá en un importante riesgo de salud pública en
California. Sin embargo, es un importante vector de gusano del corazón en perros en Australia,
y podría ser causa de preocupación en la comunidad veterinaria y para dueños de mascotas en
el Condado de Los Ángeles. El Dr. Webb comentó que “Este mosquito es una de las plagas más
extendidas de Australia y, además de ser una plaga molesta que pica, ha estado implicada en el
brote de enfermedades transportadas por mosquitos en nuestras ciudades”.
Los funcionarios de control de vectores están advirtiendo a los residentes que a pesar de
que el Aussie Mozzie actualmente no es una amenaza apremiante, el mosquito tigre descubierto
en el Condado de L.A. en el 2011 presenta un mayor riesgo de salud pública. Como sucede con
los mosquitos tigre, el Ae. notoscriptus prefiere contenedores de agua más pequeños en los que
poner huevos, y el momento en que pican de manera más agresiva es por la tarde y hasta la
noche. Estas dos características son distintas de las de mosquitos locales más comunes en el sur
de California.
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CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | OCTOBER 2014 | ISSUE 8 | VOL. 8 | PAGE 7
CITY
CALENDAR
OCTOBER 31
OCTOBER 13
COLUMBUS DAY
OCTOBER 16
GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT
10:16 A.M.
OCTOBER 23
GRID ALTERNATIVES:
GET YOUR FREE SOLAR ELECTRIC
SYSTEM WORKSHOP
6:30 TO 7:30 P.M. AT
THE LYNWOOD SENIOR CENTER
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11301 BULLIS ROAD
LYNWOOD, CA 90262
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SERVICE
NOVEMBER 14
The Lynwood Rotary Club Weekly Meeting
Every Thursday Noon - Bateman Hall Room 1
“Service Above Self.”
MR. AND MS. SENIOR LYNWOOD
6 P.M. LYNWOOD SENIOR CENTER,
11329 ERNESTINE AVE.,
LYNWOOD, CA 90262
Block Watch Captains Monthly Meeting
4th Tuesday of every month
6:00 p.m. - Bateman Hall
NOVEMBER 11
VETERANS DAY
NOVEMBER 27
THANKSGIVING
CITY HALL CLOSED
GO TO:
https://ecommerce.
lynwood.ca.us
For more information call:
(310) 603-0220, ext.300
GLCC Economic Business Roundtable
Monthly Meeting/Mixer
2nd Wednesday of every month
11:30 p.m. - Bateman Hall Room 2
Block Watch is Always Looking for New Block Watch Captains
The Greater Lynwood Chamber of Commerce
3780 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
(310) 307-9826 CALL NOW!
Members and Non - Members Welcome!
City Council Meetings
1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
6:00 p.m. - City Hall Council Chambers
Open to the Public
CITY RESOURCE PHONE NUMBERS | NUMEROS DE RECURSOS EN LA CIUDAD
• Bateman Hall
(310) 886-0413
• City Hall
(310) 603-0220
• Code Enforcement
(310) 886-0456
• Compton Court
(310) 762-9100
• Waste Resources
(888) 467-7600
• Dial-A-Taxi
(855) 545-9595
• Fire Inspection
(310) 603-5258
• Fire Station #147
(310) 603-5255
• Fire Station #148
(310) 603-5270
• Hall of Records
(562) 462-2137
• Health Department, Environmental
(213) 351-5085
• L.A. County, Sheriff ’s Department
(323) 568-4800
• Lynwood Library
(310) 635-7121
• Lynwood Natatorium
(310) 886-0414
• Lynwood Post Office (Atlantic Ave.)
(310) 632-3707
• Lynwood Post Office (Long Beach Blvd.)
(310) 638-9074
• Lynwood Unified School District
(310) 886-1600
• Lynwood Senior Center
(310) 886-0425
• Lynwood Sports Office
(310) 886-0426
• Lynwood Youth Center
(310) 886-0453
• Senior Meals
(310) 886-0416
• Street Sweeping
(562) 860-0604
• Service Request
(310) 603-0220 x. 207
• Trolley, MV Transit
(562) 259-9911
• Used Oil Recycling
(800) 449-7587
• Bulky Item Pick-up
(888) 467-7600
• Animal Control Request
(310) 603-0220 x. 207, 312
• 10844 S. Atlantic Ave. Lynwood, CA 90262 •
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