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Tuesday 04/06/10

 

 

   

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In This Newsletter...

:: HBNW/HBPD Crime Log ~

:: MBNW/MBPD Crime Log ~

:: RBNW/RBPD Crime Log ~

:: FIRE CHIEF LANTZER'S CORNER ~

:: IN THE NEWS... ~

:: CRIME PREVENTION ~

:: HB EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ~ HAITI LECTURE ~ MB CERT ~ ShakeOut

:: RECOGNITION OF VOLUNTEERS ~ UPDATE 6 - Emergency Preparedness Campaign Part 2 on May 1, 2010~

:: Map Your Neighborhood ~ Train the Resident

:: CodeRED - Emergency Notification System for HB & ALERT LA County ~

:: HB Amateur (HAM) Radio Association ~ Work Party and Donations Needed~

:: SURVIVAL KITS - FREE SHIPPING TO HB ~

:: TAG YOUR UTILITY VALVES ~ Accurate Emergency Services ~

:: FOCUS ON SENIORS ~ FANNY PACK STILL AVAILABLE ~

:: COUNCIL & COMMISSION MEETINGS ONLINE NOW! ~

:: LOCAL PHONE NUMBERS AND WEBSITE ~

:: CONTACT US AT HBNW ~

 

 

HBNW CRIME LOG 

MYN 1With the assistance of Motorcycle Ofc. JR Smith, Dect. Mick Gaglia or Lt. Tom Thompson, we select crimes that our residents can learn from in order to TARGET HARDEN their home, car or neighborhood.  This is a tool that is used to inform you about how the crime occurred, time of day and if there are any suggestions for the resident to learn from the crimes selected to further secure their home or car.
 
Facebook.com/HermosaBeachPolice

For those of you that are interested in seeing the monthly crime statistics for all crimes in HB, please click the link below. 

 

Hermosa Beach Police department Monthly Report 

  

 

 

 

This is a SAMPLE COPY of what a SOLICITOR PERMIT looks like for your reference.     
SAMPLE SOLICITOR PERMIT 

AREA CRIME LOG

 

 

AREA 1 -  BLUE (SOUTHWEST area bordered by Pier Ave, PCH & Herondo St.)


AREA 2 - GREEN (NORTHWEST area bordered Pier Ave, PCH and Manhattan border)

 

AREA 3 -  RED (Every HB address on PCH and EAST to Harper/Reynolds)

 

 

 

Abbreviations Used by Officers:
RP    Reporting Party
UTL    Unable to Locate
GOA    Gone on Arrival
FI    Field Identification Card is information taken "in the field" on a person; such as name, address, distinguishing marks, clothing if needed for future contact.

NRD    No Report Desired

Monday March 29, 2010

 

Area 1

484G PC

1000 Monterey Blvd 

Unlawful Use of Credit Card

An unknown suspect used the Victim's credit card information to run up a loss of $1,170 in eight different transactions between 03/17 and 03/29/2010.

 

Area 3

594 PC

1100 Pacific Coast Highway 

Vandalism

The suspect smashed a business sign sometime between 03/26 and 03/29/2010. 

 

Thursday March 30, 2010

 

Area 3

925 Subjects

Hermosa and Herondo

Suspicious Persons

Two subjects were observed carrying a stereo receiver and then hiding it in bushes. Officers contacted both subjects and it was determined one of the subjects entered an open garage storage space in the 600 or 700 block of 5th Street and removed a stereo receiver. Officers were unable to locate a victim and it was unknown if the stereo worked.

 

Friday April 02, 2010

 

Area 2

470 PC

1400 Pacific Coast Highway 

Fraudulent Check

A female was arrested for attempting to pass a fraudulent check. The check had been printed on a laser printer and the original check the fraudulent check was based on was already cashed. The amount was changed from $9 to $578.

 

Saturday April 03, 2010

Area 2

487 PC

1100 Pacific Coast Highway 

Theft of Purse

The Victim parked her vehicle in the Arco gas station leaving her purse on the passenger seat. The suspect drove by and took the purse. The suspect then drove to the Mobil station in the 900 block of Pacific Coast Highway and used the Victim's credit card to purchase gasoline.  

 

 

Sunday April 04, 2010

Area 3

594 PC

100 Block Pier Ave 

Vandalism to Parking Meters

The suspect became upset about receiving a parking citation and put glue in two meters. The suspect was observed by a witness who called the police and the suspect was stopped by officers. 

 

 

 

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MBNW CRIME LOG

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Area 3

03/22/10                                  Unknown hours                       3100 block of Elm Avenue

(Mail Theft) The victim had placed outgoing mail on top of the mailbox and later realized the mail had been disturbed and one letter containing a check was missing. Later the victim discovered that the missing check had been deposited fraudulently into the wrong bank account.

 Area 5

03/28/10                                  4:55 p.m.                                 1200 Manhattan Avenue

(Robbery) The victim was walking down the street with her purse over her shoulder when a group of approximately six subjects ran up to her from behind. One of the subjects, a female black adult, approximately 20 years of age, grabbed the victim's purse, ran northbound on Manhattan Avenue, then westbound on 15th Street. The victim saw the group of subjects on the beach, confronted them and a fight broke out. The police were called, but the subjects were gone when police arrived. However officers responded shortly after to a burglary call in progress near 2nd Street and Peck where one of the suspects fit the description of the female robbery suspect. Two females were ultimately arrested. Charges included robbery, burglary and assault with a deadly weapon.

 Area 7

03/26/10 - 03/29/10                5:30 p.m. - 10:15 a.m.            3000 block of N. Manhattan Avenue

(Construction Grand Theft) Unknown suspect(s) entered the unsecured residence which is under construction and stole tools belonging to the general contractor. The tools had been placed in a hidden area and plywood had been nailed over the front door, but other doors were left unsecured.

Area 7

03/27/10 - 03/29/10                3:30 p.m. - 7:20 a.m.              200 block of 31st Street

(Construction Theft) Unknown suspect(s) entered the secured residence which is under construction by prying open an interior access door which leads from the garage to the residence. Suspect(s) stole several hardware items from an upstairs closet.

Area 1

03/28/10 - 04/04/10                12:30 p.m. - 10:30 a.m.          1400 block of 12th Street

(Residential Burglary) Unknown suspect(s) took several items including jewelry from the victim's master bedroom. There were no signs of forced entry to the residence, however two open houses were conducted during the time frame that the items went missing.

 

Area 6

03/26/10 - 03/28/10                6 a.m. - 6 p.m.                        300 block of N. Manhattan Avenue

(Theft from Garage) Unknown suspect(s) entered the victim's garage which was left open while items were being moved into the garage. Suspect(s) stole several items including two bicycles and a golf bag full of golf clubs and accessories.

 

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RBNW / RBPD CRIME LOG


Courtesy of
Redondo Beach Neighborhood Watch and Police Department 

 

Please follow the link below to learn about recently published weekly crime
information.
 
http://www.redondo.org/depts/police/crime/weekly_crime_information.asp 
  

Click here to see CRIME STATISTICS

 

RBPD Facebook Page: 

www.facebook.com/redondobeachpolice

RBPD Notification System:

http://local.nixle.com/city/ca/redondo-beach/

  
To subscribe to City of Redondo Beach e-zine service, please go to http://www.redondo.org/ezines/default.asp


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FIRE CHIEF LANTZER'S CORNER

HBFD

 

I was in Imperial County when the 7.2 earthquake struck the region on Easter Sunday.  I was enjoying barbequed hamburgers and hot dogs and games of volleyball with family and friends.  Following one of our matches, the earthquake struck.  I have been in several 6+ earthquakes and was always inside a structure when they hit.  This time, I was outside in an open area. 

For lack of a better word, experiencing a major earthquake outside in an open area is "interesting".  I didn't have to "duck, cover and hold" and there weren't any nearby objects that could possibly fall on anyone.  In fact, our primary focus (other than marveling at the moving earth and trying not to fall down) was calming the young children who were happy-go-lucky just a moment before. 

The region seems to have weathered the quake fairly well, at least on the U.S. side of the border.  In Calexico, where I spent 14 years as a firefighter/paramedic and fire captain, there are some structural concerns involving many of the older buildings that make up their downtown.  The local newspaper was also reporting $3 to $4 million dollars in damage to that city's water plant facility.  In El Centro, an individual suffered serious injuries at a car wash when a sign fell onto him or her.  Two deaths were reported in Mexico, along with multiple collapses of structures. 

This earthquake produced shaking in our area, as well.  Hermosa Beach Fire Department personnel responded by completing a "windshield survey" of the city.  This involves each in-service unit patrolling a pre-determined route to assess damage in the city.  None was found. 

This is but another reminder of our need to prepare.  So please do so...

 




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IN THE NEWS...





Police patrol quake-damaged border town

CALEXICO - Inspectors red-tagged nearly 80 percent of the city's historic downtown area Monday, where roofs were caved in, windows smashed and inventory strewn about after a deadly Easter earthquake in nearby Mexico.

Earthquake and Pool

News video from viewers of Baja Earthquake.

Baja California Earthquake: YouTube Videos


A magnitude-7.2 earthquake shook Baja California today, with the quake being felt from San Diego to Mexicali and even Phoenix.

Images immediately appeared on Twitter (Twitter) (see Mexicali earthquake photos), but we're now seeing home videos being uploaded to YouTube (YouTube), giving a more complete picture of the quake. Yet again, it seems social media has a role to play in our understanding of significant news events.


Earthquake Preparedness Guide

The Great California Shake Out: Engaging Individuals and Organizations in a Common Vision for Resilience(PDF)




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STOP CRIME 

 

 


Early Warning Signals


Early warning signals are evident in many aspects of our lives.  For example, a fever can be a first symptom of sickness or disease.  Various financial and labor market indicators are used to forecast future trends in local and national economies.  And depending upon the area of the world in which we live, we may receive avalanche, hurricane, tsunami, tornado or winter storm warnings.

Our nation is built on the strength of our citizens. Every day, we encounter situations calling upon us to be the eyes and ears of law enforcement. Not only does the Neighborhood Watch Program allow citizens to help in the fight against crime, it is also an opportunity for communities to bond through service.
http://www.usaonwatch.org/

Community building is a field of practices directed toward the creation or enhancement of
community among individuals within a regional area (such as a neighborhood) or with a common interest.

A wide variety of practices can be utilized for community building, ranging from simple events like potlucks and small book clubs, to larger-scale efforts such as mass festivals.

Activists engaged in community building efforts in industrialized nations see the apparent loss of community in these societies as a key cause of social disintegration and the emergence of many harmful behaviors.

They may see building community as a means to increase  individual well-being and reduce negative impacts of otherwise disconnected individuals.

Scott Peck model

According to Peck, moving into "organisation", forming rules for the group, disrupts the process and prevents community.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Community_building

Definitions

McMillan & Chavis (1986) define sense of community as "a feeling that members have of belonging, a feeling that members matter to one another and to the group, and a shared faith that members' needs will be met through their commitment to be together."

Beneficial antecedents found in early work

A sense of community was based on neighborhoods as the referent, and found a relationship between the sense of community and greater participation (Hunter, 1975; Wandersman & Giamartino, 1980), perceived safety (Doolittle & McDonald, 1978), ability to function competently in the community (Glynn, 1981), social bonding (Riger & Lavrakas, 1981), social fabric (strengths of interpersonal relationship) (Ahlbrandt & Cunningham, 1979), greater sense of purpose and perceived control (Bachrach & Zautra, 1985), and greater civic contributions (charitable contributions and civic involvement) (Davidson & Cotter, 1986).

Integration and fulfillment of needs

Members feel rewarded in some way for their participation in the community.

Shared emotional connection

The "definitive element for true community" (1986, p. 14), it includes shared history and shared participation (or at least identification with the history).

Dynamics within and between the elements

The local grocery store puts flyers in grocery bags to invite residents to join the Neighborhood Watch Program to become better informed about crime prevention/disaster preparedness and to build community.

Residents join and attend introduction meetings, some know their neighbors, some join as strangers out of individual needs.

The residents are bound by place of residence, and spend time together during block community events like National Night Out and the Santa Ride events.  

Through their participation in NNO they win ribbons and receive national recognition for their efforts in getting to know one another more.  While planning, residents exert energy on behalf of the neighborhood (personal investment in the group).

As the neighborhoods continue to win recognition for holding meetings and events for their blocks and participating to prepare their community for disasters they gain honor and status for being members.

They get matching block captain sweatshirts (common symbols) and feel good wearing them understanding the effort behind what being a block captain means and the residents feel a sense of community with there neighbors.

adapted from:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sense_of_community

Things That Destroy Community

Community is hard to build, but surprisingly easy to destroy.

The things that will destroy (or prevent formation of) community include:

Disrespect

  • Failure to acknowledge the thoughts and opinions of others
  • Asking for feedback then ignoring it
  • Not doing what you say you will do


Allowing inappropriate behavior to go unaddressed

  • Misinformation left unchecked
  • Abusive or inappropriate comments left unaddressed


Un-transparency

  • Discourage communication and collaboration
  • Failure to express and enforce expectations/standard of conduct


Being unreliable
Being unhelpful

Being inconsistent

adapted from:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/wiki-things-that-destroy-community.aspx

We must pay strict attention to the consequences of our actions now or we will bring upon ourselves the chaos from those who seek to destroy  the community that those of us have worked so hard to build.

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BE A TREND SETTER

JOIN YOUR FRIENDS AND SHOP IN TOWN

SUPPORT OUR PIER AVENUE RETAILERS

Abe's Liquor                                                                           

Becker Surfboards

Bikram Yoga

Blue Rose Boutique

Bottleworx

Bow Wow Boutique

C'Est La Vie

Crème de la Crepe

Curious Gift & Furniture

Fritto Misto

Gum Tree

Hair Mechanics

Hermosa Chiropractic

Hermosa Lock and Safe

Java Man

Los Mychachos

Mark of Excellence Hair Salon

Marx

Maximus Salon

Mimosa

New Orleans Cajun & Creole

Nu Shuz

Planet Earth Eco-Café

RE:Style

Salvatore's

Sol Baby

Splashin Gifts

Mani Pedi Cutie!

Stars Antique Market

Studio 7

The Coastal Connection

The Massage Spot

Vella - closing in 2 weeks

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Everyone plays a role in creating and maintaining a safe environment.
 
Report Crime - Don't assume that your neighbors have already reported the crime or that the police already know. Report criminal or suspicious activity each and every time it occurs.
 
 
DIRECT HB Dispatch Number 
310-524-2750

 

 

Reasons for calling the non-emergency number include, but are not limited to the following:
 

  • You want to report a nuisance, such as a noise or parking complaint.
  • To report a non-emergency crime, one that did not just occur, and the
    suspect(s) are not in the immediate area. 
  • You have questions about something suspicious occurring in your
    neighborhood, and you are not sure it is criminal activity.
  • Solicitor just came to your door or are in the neighborhood.
  • Trash diggers.
  • Unusual foot traffic.
  • People you don't recognize walking your block with no seemingly specific direction or purpose.
  • Parked, occupied vehicles at unusual hours.
  • Abandoned vehicles.
  • Business transactions conducted from vehicles.
  • Unfamiliar people peering into parked vehicles.
  • Person removing vehicle accessories.

 
Be alert and observant wherever you are and learn to recognize signs of criminal behavior. Report all crime to the HBPD even if it is only an attempt. Crime cannot be controlled or prevented if it is not reported. By reporting crimes and suspicious activities you can protect yourself and others.
 
 
If you are in another city in the South Bay, these are their direct dial phone numbers to their PD/FD dispatch. 
 
El Segundo Dispatch 310-524-2760

Manhattan Beach Dispatch 310-545-4566

Palos Verdes Dispatch 310-378-5211

Redondo Beach Dispatch 310- 379-5411

Torrance Dispatch 310-320-2611
 
If you are in a city that you do not know or are on the freeways, call 9-1-1 and your call will be routed to the appropriate call center.

 

 

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Debra Hawk at MBCERTA Guest Speaker's Program

Debra Hawk in Haiti

Debra Hawk will be our next guest at the Speaker's Program on April 7, 2010 at 7:00 pm at the Joslyn Center Auditorium, 1601 N Valley Drive, MB.

Debra, a MB resident and nurse anesthetist,  was on a plane to Haiti with a medical team within hours after the Haiti earthquake struck. She will relate her experiences, illustrated with some of the 1500 slides she took during her time there.

Reply to training@mbcerta.org

Business Continuity Forum 

"GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS"

Friday, April 30, 2010
Forum:  9:00 - 11:30am
Lunch: 12:00pm - 1:30pm


Learn from the experts how to protect your business in the event of a disaster!

Please join us with

Keynote Luncheon Speaker

Lieutenant General Russel L. Honoré

LT. General Russel L. Honoré, US Army (Ret), is widely hailed by the media as the "Hero of Katrina", who led the Task Force in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.  General Honoré is a dynamic and captivating speaker who delivers a powerful message about "creating a culture of preparedness."

"Honoré's book 'Survival' reminds us why American must forge a new culture of preparedness.  Honoré dissects our lessons learned and illuminates the measure leaders must take to effectively protect and defend the American people from the future calamities."  - President Bill Clinton

Business Continuity Forum
Presented by Traiden Global Solutions (TGS)

One-fourth of all businesses that close because of a disaster, never reopen. Businesses that have a disaster-preparedness plan - and implement it - typically have less damage, loss and downtime than those that do not.  This summit will provide you with a usable plan and the training you need to implement it.  TGS is recognized throughout the public and private industry as a leader in Safety, Security, Emergency Management, and Business Continuity Planning.

Table Sponsorship Opportunities:

Platinum    $1,000.00  (10 table seats w/ Forum & Lunch)
Gold             $750.00  (5 seats w/ Forum & Lunch)
Silver           $500.00  (3 seats w/Forum & Lunch)

Individual Ticket Prices:

Forum Only               $35 per person
Lunch Only                $40 per person
Forum & Lunch          $70 per person

Register Now!

 

MBCERT Class in June

We are pleased to let you know that CERT (Community Emergency Response Team) led by the MB Fire Department is offering an additional emergency preparedness training session starting on June 8. This series will be on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for 3 weeks and finish on Saturday, June 26. Classes are held in the Public Works Training Room, 3621 Bell Avenue.

For additional information visit www.mbcerta.org or send an email to info@mbcerta.org.

 

The Great California ShakeOut! - April 2010

The 2010 Great California ShakeOut on October 21 is six months away, and already more than 3 million Californians are registered to participate!

If you or your organization has not yet registered for 2010, please login to quickly update your information and confirm your participation.  With your help, we can reach more participants this week (especially if school districts and colleges re-register now).

The ShakeOut website is now completely updated for 2010, including resources such as drill manuals, posters, flyers, web banners, and more. These materials are provided to help you plan your drill, to inform your organization's employees or your community, and to encourage others to register. 

Prepare disaster supplies kits.

Personal disaster supplies kits

Everyone should have personal disaster supplies kits. Keep them where you spend most of your time, so they can be reached even if your building is badly damaged. The kits will be useful for many emergencies.

Keep one kit in your home, another in your car, and a third kit at work. Backpacks or other small bags are best for your disaster supplies kits so you can take them with you if you evacuate.  Include at least the following items: (more)

NOTE: Firefighters, preparedness officials, and other experts agree that "Drop, Cover, and Hold On" is the best way to protect yourself during earthquakes. Other methods can be very dangerous. Read our updated special report to learn why.

Thank you for your participation and commitment to earthquake safety!

 

When Disaster Strikes, it's too late to prepare. 
 

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RECOGNITION OF VOLUNTEERS

May 1, 2010

The Hermosa Beach Neighborhood Watch Block Captains were instrumental in making the March 20th Emergency Preparedness Awareness Campaign a success.   Thank you to all of you who supported and helped with this event.  We heard from both recipients of the information and the walkers that provided it that the campaign was well worth the effort.
   But we are not done!  We need to complete delivery to 100% of the neighborhoods.  We have slated Saturday, May 1, 2010, as the day to complete delivery of the emergency preparedness information to those households that did not receive it on March 20th.  We will meet at City Hall at 10AM, hand out the packets and ask that they be delivered to the houses.  we will not be asking questions of the neighbors for this walk. We will only be delivering the packets to their homes.

   To do this, we are asking for volunteers and need your help. If you are interested in 'walking our neighborhoods' please contact George Schmeltzer @
g.j.schmletzer@att.net or Patty Ellis @ ellishbch@roadrunner.com.

   Thank you for what you do.

 

THERE IS POWER IN NEIGHBORS

 


HB Neighborhood Watch ~ a crime awareness and disaster preparedness neighborhood program. 
 
To view all ACTIVE blocks in HBNW

Please request an INTRODUCTION Block Meeting, so your block will be considered as an active block in HBNW.  You may have volunteered to be your block's captain and receive the HBNW E-Mails.  However, we do not know if you are connected to your residents until you have had this meeting.  Please e-mail us if you have not had it. 
 
 
Upcoming Introduction Block Meetings
 

 

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MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

READY THE RESIDENT CLASS 

  

 

 Map Your Neighborhood Logo

IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING A MAJOR DISASTER AT HOME...

1. TAKE CARE OF YOUR LOVED ONES.
2. PROTECT YOUR HEAD, FEET AND HANDS.
3. CHECK THE GAS AT YOUR HOME.
4. SHUT OFF WATER AT THE HOUSE...

If you have had the MYN training but have not yet trained your block and would like some assistance just let me know.

Public Awareness Award (Division 2, State/Regional National Government, International, or Non-Profit Organization)

First Place: Washington State Emergency Management for its Map Your Neighborhood Program to build and strengthen disaster preparedness in neighborhoods.

View the MYN PowerPoint Presentation


"Map Your Neighborhood" (MYN) is a program designed to help neighborhoods prepare for disasters.  It is a program that HBNW has adopted and highly encourages Block Captains to attend a class and implement the program on their street.
 
MYN will help you to:

  • Learn the "9 Steps to Take Immediately Following a Disaster" to secure your home and to protect your neighborhood. It is hard to think clearly following disaster and these steps will help you to quickly and safely take actions that can minimize damage and protect lives.
  • Identify the Skills and Equipment each neighbor has that would be useful in an effective disaster response. Knowing which neighbors have supplies and skills helps your disaster response be timely, and allows everyone to contribute to the response in a meaningful way. 
  • Create a Neighborhood Map identifying the locations of natural gas for quick response if needed.
  • Create a Contact List that helps identify those with specific needs such as elderly, disabled, or children who may be home alone during certain hours of the day.
  • Work together as a team to evaluate your neighborhood during the first hour following a disaster and take the necessary actions.
     
     

Work together as a team to evaluate your neighborhood during the first hour following a disaster and take the necessary actions.

 

 


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CodeRED

  

The CodeRED system gives Hermosa Beach city officials the ability to deliver pre-recorded emergency telephone notification messages. 

Please answer your phone when you see this number 866-419-5000 and save it as CodeRed.
 

SIGN UP FOR CODE RED

 

 

 

ALERT LA County Logo

 

May be used to register your cell phone number, Voice over IP phone number, and e-mail address with the Alert LA County Emergency Mass Notification System.

Listed and unlisted land line telephone numbers are already included in the database and do not need to be registered.



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JOIN THE AMATEUR(HAM) RADIO TEAM! 

Work Party - Sunday, April 11

Date: 4/11/10
Time: 9am-2pm

We will be starting the second coat of paint in the hallway this coming
Sunday. All are welcome to come help.

I have attached a picture of the club room/EOC with drop ceiling tiles &
lighting installed.

EOC Progress
Thanks!
Ken


DONATIONS ARE STILL NEEDED TO HELP COMPLETE THE EOC.  ANY AMOUNT SMALL OR LARGE WOULD BE APPRECIATED TO HELP REACH THE 16K NEEDED!

We know how we will communicate when phones, cell phones and Internet go down.  Do you?

 

email Ken Hartley @ HBARA


T-038 / K6KAH
Hermosa Beach Amateur Radio Association
Voice : 310-376-4776
 

 

 Visit the HBARA website!


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SURVIVAL KITS
More Prepared Logo

Order your supplies TODAY! 

 

 

We want to help you get prepared! 

 

 

 Hermosa Beach residents receive FREE SHIPPING TO HB. 

 

Enter HB2007 at checkout.

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ACCURATE EMERGENCY SERVICES

Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit Description:

The Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit is a means by which a homeowner, tenant, or neighbor can easily locate their gas, water, and electrical mains and shut them off in case of a natural disaster or accidental emergency.

Utility 1

Visit AES online today!

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FOCUS ON SENIORS 

FANNY PACK EMERGENCY KIT 
 

Hermosa Beach Neighborhood Watch and the newly established Hermosa Beach Emergency Preparedness Advisory Commission applied for and received a Micro Enrichment Grant from the Beach Cities Health District. The grant will be used to purchase and distribute 138 Disaster Supply Fanny Packs to disabled and/or homebound seniors residing in Hermosa Beach.  

 

To receive a kit, please contact tracy@saferhermosabeach.com or call 310-374-1828.

 

 

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DON'T MISS A MEETING

SEE ONLINE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

 

 

ONLY TIME FOR A QUICK MINUTE? 

 

SEE MAYOR DIVIRGILIO'S

 'MEETINGS IN A MINUTE' ON YouTube.

 

City Council & All Commission meeting media clips are arranged by date, with the most recent at the top of the list. Click Video to view the meeting with documents, or Agenda / Minutes to see just the documents. You can also search the archives by typing keywords into the Search box.

 

Hermosa Beach City Council and All Commission AGENDA'S, MINUTES AND VIDEO

 

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PHONE NUMBERS

WEBSITES

 

HBPD - HBFD DISPATCH

310-524-2750

 

HB POLICE STATION

310-318-0360

 

HB FIRE STATION

310-376-2479

 

CITY OF HB

310-318-0239

 

LAX NOISE COMPLAINTS

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Tracy Hopkins

 

HBNW phone:

310-374-1828

 

Visit HBNW website 

 

 

HBNW Facebook Page


Saferhermosa Twitter Page

 

 

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