Good Day Neighbors,
We will have our next Del Aire Neighborhood Watch Meeting on Tuesday, August 15th @ 7pm.
We invited the California Highway Patrol to attend the meeting and answer some of your questions. They were unable to attend the last meeting, so we can hope that they will join us for this one.
Thanks to our good neighbor, Travis, we will have a limited quantity of eclipse viewing glasses for the eclipse on August 21st. First come, first serve.
As we are about to start a new school year, some of us may know of some college bound freshmen women. This is an exciting and dangerous time period for our young women. Please be aware of the phenomena known as THE RED ZONE. This is a period at the beginning of the school year where freshmen women are most vulnerable to sexual assault.
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Saturday, August 5, 2017
West Basin's Free Ocean Water Desalination Briefing and Tour - August 12
Join us on Saturday, August 12 at 9:00am to learn how West Basin is exploring responsible ocean water desalination to diversify the district's water supply portfolio, increase water reliability and protect our marine ecosystem.
Disclaimer: In our ongoing effort to improve the efficient operations of the facility, major construction will be taking place on the facility premises starting January 2017 and will continue through the end of the calendar year. Due to the construction activities scheduled the week of this briefing, a tour of the facility may not be possible. We will keep you updated. Thank you for understanding. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to call our tour hotline.
Sign Up Today
Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017
Time: 9:00am - 10:30am
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our tour hotline at (310) 660-6243.
Reservations are required.
Location: Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility
Address: 1935 S. Hughes Way, El Segundo, CA 90245
Free parking available in front lot.
Friday, July 28, 2017
As a result of construction delays stemming from the bankruptcy of the main electrical contractor and some setbacks on the soil condition in the new parking lot, the opening of the main academic building (Phase 1) of Wiseburn High School - home of the Da Vinci high schools, will be delayed by approximately 6-8 weeks. The three high schools (Da Vinci Communications, Da Vinci Design and Da Vinci Science), which had been scheduled to occupy the building at 201 N. Douglas Street in El Segundo, will instead start their school year on August 22 at their previous locations. The tentative timeline for moving into the new building is in October, however a specific move-in date has not yet been finalized.
At the construction site, crews have been diligently working six-day weeks to make up the lost time from the change in electrical contractors that occurred in April. Significant progress was made in May and June, bringing most of the project back onto the timeline for a successful August opening. Unfortunately, significant setbacks related to the guidelines of the Division of the State Architect (DSA) for Fire/Life/Safety and soil complications in the main parking lot have resulted in delays that require a change in the projected date of occupancy. In the parking lot, several soil issues have been uncovered related to old pipes that need a mitigated removal process, resulting in delays. For Fire/Life/Safety, the design of the smoke filtration system, alarm systems and fire door protections are extremely complex in this large four-story building. The delays in the electrical set-up have resulted in a domino-effect and unforeseen complications that have not allowed enough time for the required testing of these systems in advance of occupancy. Needless to say, the Wiseburn Unified School District and the Da Vinci Schools will not put students or school staff into the building until all systems have been thoroughly tested and cleared by the building commissioning agents. We are committed to opening the building and moving in all three schools as soon as it is certified as safe for occupancy.
Starting out the school year for several weeks at the high schools' current campuses is clearly not ideal. School principals have been developing contingency plans for reopening the Del Aire and Aviation campuses that had already been packed up in preparation for the move to the new campus. We are asking for the cooperation and patience of our students, staff, families and the community to work through this short-term setback as we continue toward our long-term commitment to opening a beautiful, world-class new high school campus. A Grand Opening/Ribbon Cutting celebration will take place in the fall after we move into the new building. Phase 2 construction that includes a pool, gym and playing field is scheduled for completion in the summer of 2018. For questions about construction, please contact Tom Johnstone, Wiseburn Superintendent at (310) 643-3025.
A heavily trafficked stretch of freeway – the 405 through Los Angeles’ Westside and Inglewood, near LAX – will be closed overnight for three weeks starting Monday.
A Metro map shows detours for 405 Freeway closures July 31 to Aug. 18, 2017.
The work will take place weeknights, 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., through Aug. 18, Caltrans announced. The closures are needed to safely remove the wood framing built to construct an 800-foot-long bridge over the 405 Freeway as part of Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project.
The bridge is set to be done next year, and the new Crenshaw/LAX Line expected to debut in fall 2019, Metro said.
An approximately 2-mile stretch of the freeway, between Century and La Tijera boulevards, just east and northeast of Los Angeles International Airport, will be affected.
The first week of closures, from July 31 to Aug. 5, will affect northbound lanes. The second week, from Aug. 7 to 12, will affect carpool and two left-hand lanes on both sides of the freeway. And southbound lanes will be closed during the third week of work, Aug. 14 to 19.
Details from Caltrans District 7 follow.
July 31 to Aug. 5 – nightly northbound closures:
- Full northbound nightly closures for one week between La Cienega Boulevard/Manchester Boulevard off-ramp, Century
- Boulevard off-ramp and La Tijera Boulevard on-ramp.
Monday to Thursday:
- Two lanes closed, 10 p.m. to midnight
- All lanes closed, midnight to 4 a.m.
- Two lanes reopened, 4 to 5 a.m.
- All lanes will be opened by 5 a.m.
- Two lanes closed, 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.
- All lanes closed, 2 to 5 a.m.
- Two lanes reopened, 5 to 7 a.m.
- All lanes will be open by 7 a.m. on Saturday.
Exit La Cienega Boulevard/Manchester Boulevard off-ramp; turn left (west) on Manchester Boulevard, then right (north) on La Tijera Boulevard; take on-ramp to northbound 405 Freeway.
Aug. 7 to 12 – nightly center lane closures:
Carpool and two left lanes closed in northbound and southbound directions will be closed between La Cienega Boulevard/Manchester Boulevard off-ramp, Century Boulevard off-ramp, and La Tijera Boulevard on-ramp.
Monday to Friday:
- Northbound and southbound HOV lanes and two left lanes closed 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.
- All lanes will be opened by 5 a.m. the following morning.
Aug. 14 to 19 – nightly southbound closures:
Full southbound nightly closures between the Florence Avenue/Manchester Boulevard off- ramp to the south of Manchester Boulevard.
Monday to Thursday:
- Two lanes closed 10 p.m. to midnight.
- All lanes closed midnight to 5 a.m.
- Two lanes reopened 5 to 6 a.m.
- All lanes will open by 6 a.m.
- Two lanes closed 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.
- All lanes closed 1 to 4 a.m.
- Two lanes reopened 4 to 7 a.m.
- All lanes will be open by 7 a.m. on Saturday.
Exit Florence Avenue/Manchester Boulevard off-ramp; proceed south on La Cienega Boulevard; take on-ramp to southbound 405 Freeway at Olive Street.
Tomorrow will be the last Saturday of the month, so there will be the TRW Ham Radio Swap Meet. Free admission, chance to find rare radio equipment.
If you attended our last Del Aire Community Meeting, you heard John Koppelman talk about the installation of microcell towers around Los Angeles County.
Due to the growing demands on macro cell towers, AT&T will be installing a microcell tower in Del Aire. There will be a public hearing about this on August 9th if anyone want to provide comments.
320 West Temple St.
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday, July 22, 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Del Aire Park Community Room
12601 S. Isis Del Aire CA 90250
- Wiseburn School Update w/ Tom Johnstone
- Treasurers report
- Nominations for the DNA Board of directors
- Briefing on pending AT&T Small Cell Project on Isis
- Briefing on creation of LA County Marijuana policy
- Update on 116th Street separation form LA City to LA County.
Please plan to attend and you too, will know what is happening in your community
ALL ARE WELCOME!!!
Friday, June 16, 2017
We will have our next Del Aire Neighborhood Watch Meeting this coming Tuesday Night at 7pm.
As many of you know, the success and effectiveness of our neighborhood watch is dependent on several factors. The three most important factors are;
1) Participation of from our community
2) The relationship between our neighborhood and our
local law enforcement.
3) The quality of the information that flows between us
and law enforcement.
That is why we have invited representatives from the South Los Angeles Sheriff’s station and the California Highway Patrol to join us. They will be available to answer your questions and concerns.
If you have specific issues about a crime or violation, it would be helpful if you prepare some information in advance. Perhaps have some pictures to show or a map of the area of concern.
If we have time remaining, we will continue our discussion of way to better defend ourselves from criminals.
See you all there!!
Sunday, May 21, 2017
Saturday, March 4, 2017
Join us Friday, March 10th at 9am - 10:30am
Hello Del Aire Neighbors,
Many of us are concerned with the recent criminal activities in our neighborhood. Del Aire Neighborhood Watch, in coordination with local law enforcement, are working hard to develop strategies and tactics to better protect our community. One of the most effective ways is to have an open line of communication between our neighborhood and local law enforcement. And some of you have expressed interest in attending our neighborhood watch meetings but cannot due to work or scheduling conflict in the evenings. This is why we are proud to schedule COFFEE WITH A COP in Del Aire!!
Since their completion, Avaire South Bay has actively reached out and expressed interest in developing a relationship with our community. They have graciously offered to host COFFEE WITH A COP in their brand new social room, The Landing Pad.
Please see the attached flyer for further details.
We hope to see great participation from all Del Aire neighbors. See you all there!!
Del Air Neighborhood Watch Coordinator