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Settling in to Back to School

Back to school. Traffic on side streets returns as parents frantically drive their children to school. Students are walking throughout the area to and from school and to the parks, libraries and shops. Even if you don’t have a child in school you can see the activity all around. There are several school-related community issues that affect all residents.

The crosswalk improvements at the intersection of Rosemont and Los Amigos avenues began on June 13. Construction is nearing completion. Work is expected to be done in the next few weeks. Public Works has been in continuous contact with the principal of Rosemont Middle School, Dr. Cynthia Livingston, regarding construction activity. No construction work will take place during the student drop-off or pick up times. When the project is finished students will have a new place to stand while waiting to cross Rosemont Avenue.

The new skate park at Crescenta Valley Park has been a huge success. Children of all ages are making use of this new amenity. There have been some concerns about smoking and signage. Los Angeles County is aware of the problem and signage will be improved at the skate park.

In April, Girl Scout Troop 3481 wrote a letter to the CVTC and spoke at a public meeting. The girls asked that a “people crossing” sign be installed at the intersection of La Crescenta Avenue and Los Olivos Lane. Los Angeles County Public Works completed its review of the request and will be installing two School Advanced Warning Signs as requested. Congratulations to Girl Scout Troop 3481 for being good citizens, recognizing a need in our community and working hard to help the residents of our entire community.

Save the date: Crescenta Valley Community Pancake Breakfast will be Sept. 17 starting at 7 a.m.  This is a great event to reconnect with your neighbors after summer break! Proceeds benefit the youth of our community.

Back to school. Traffic on side streets returns as parents frantically drive their children to school. Students are walking throughout the area to and from school and to the parks, libraries and shops. Even if you don’t have a child in school you can see the activity all around. There are several school-related community issues that affect all residents.

The crosswalk improvements at the intersection of Rosemont and Los Amigos avenues began on June 13. Construction is nearing completion. Work is expected to be done in the next few weeks. Public Works has been in continuous contact with the principal of Rosemont Middle School, Dr. Cynthia Livingston, regarding construction activity. No construction work will take place during the student drop-off or pick up times. When the project is finished students will have a new place to stand while waiting to cross Rosemont Avenue.

The new skate park at Crescenta Valley Park has been a huge success. Children of all ages are making use of this new amenity. There have been some concerns about smoking and signage. Los Angeles County is aware of the problem and signage will be improved at the skate park.

In April, Girl Scout Troop 3481 wrote a letter to the CVTC and spoke at a public meeting. The girls asked that a “people crossing” sign be installed at the intersection of La Crescenta Avenue and Los Olivos Lane. Los Angeles County Public Works completed its review of the request and will be installing two School Advanced Warning Signs as requested. Congratulations to Girl Scout Troop 3481 for being good citizens, recognizing a need in our community and working hard to help the residents of our entire community.

Leslie Dickson is the president of the Crescenta Valley Town Council. She can be reached at leslie@thecvcouncil.com

Leslie Dickson is the president of the Crescenta Valley Town Council. She can be reached at leslie@thecvcouncil.com

Save the date: Crescenta Valley Community Pancake Breakfast will be Sept. 17 starting at 7 a.m.  This is a great event to reconnect with your neighbors after summer break! Proceeds benefit the youth of our community.

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