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Community Matters: Tipping Fees In December 2002 expansion of the Puente Hills Landfill was approved by the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission through a Conditional Use Permit. As part of this permit a…
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Community Matters: Capital Improvement Projects There are several ways to learn about capital improvement projects in Hacienda Heights. County service providers from various departments provide reports of major projects at the monthly meetings of the…
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Community Matters: Q and A and Next Steps We hope that you have had the chance to get answers to your questions at the numerous community meetings and activities held during the public participation phase of the program.…
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Community Matters: Plan Implementation The Hacienda Heights Community Plan is scheduled to be adopted by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors by the end of this year. Once the Plan is effective, some…
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Community Matters: Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Watch is a program that relies on citizens to organize themselves and work with law enforcement to watch and listen to what’s going on in their communities. From time…
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Community Matters: 211 Finding out who to contact for what is as easy as dialing 211. Via the 211 number LA County enables callers to access over 28,000 health and human service programs…
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Community Matters: Home Loans The Los Angeles County Community Development Commission offers loans to maintain homes. The Single Family Grant Program (SFGP) offers grants up to $5,000 for repairs and addressing code violations to…
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Community Matters: Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) Unincorporated areas can become cities by petitioning to the Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO. LAFCO is the county-wide regulatory agency that is responsible for coordinating logical and timely changes…
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Community Matters: Wireless Networks To “go wireless” means that information, such as Internet access, can be transferred over a distance without the use of electrical conductors, or “wires”. Localities can provide wireless services by…
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Community Matters: Puente Hills Open Space Much of the open space in the Puente Hills is managed by the Puente Hills Landfill Native Habitat Preservation Authority (Habitat Authority). This organization is a Joint Powers Authority with…
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Community Matters: SR-60 HOV Lane Construction CalTrans, the state agency responsible for highway, bridge, and rail transportation planning, construction, and maintenance, held a public meeting about the Pomona Freeway (SR-60) High Occupancy Vehicles (HOV)…
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Community Matters: State and County Budgets State funding accounts for one portion of the County’s budget. Federal and local revenues are also used to finance County expenditures. Federal and state revenues are generally available primarily for…
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Community Matters: Signs While the community plan lays out the general guidelines for future development in a community, the specific rules and regulations for signs are contained in the Zoning Ordinance. Provisions relating…
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Community Matters: Plan Funding Los Angeles County expenditures are financed by federal, state, and local revenues. Federal and state revenues are generally available primarily for specific human services. Local sources of funds include the…
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Community Matters: Wall Maintenance Private walls that separate homeowners’ backyards from the public sidewalk and street along Hacienda Blvd. were built by the developer of the homes when the land was subdivided. The walls…
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Community Matters: Trash Collection Los Angeles County Utilities Code, or Title 20, specifies when trash containers are allowed at collection points. Specifically, Section 20.72.110 states that, “no person shall place any solid waste, or…
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Community Matters: The Puente Hills Landfill The Puente Hills Landfill is scheduled to close by November 1, 2013. When this happens, any portion of landfill in which fill has been placed will be designated as open…
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Community Matters: Water Providers Hacienda Heights is served by two water providers. Their information is as follows: San Gabriel Valley W C 11142 Garvey Ave. El Monte, CA 91734 626-448-6183…
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Community Matters: Graffiti The Department of Public Works supports the control of graffiti through the Graffiti Abatement Section, which manages abatement crews throughout the County. If you…
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