Grand View Boulevard Elementary


Weekly Bulletin


La Iniciativa EE aplicaría un impuesto de 16 centavos por pie cuadrado e inmuebles en propiedades dentro de los límites del Distrito Unificado de Los Ángeles, durante 12 años.

Los propietarios que son adultos mayores (de 65 años en adelante) y ciertos residentes de bajos ingresos con discapacidades son elegibles para una exención completa del costo de la iniciativa.
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Measure EE

To provide additional locally controlled school funding, the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education voted to place Measure EE, a 16 cent per square foot local school funding parcel tax, on the ballot in a special election on June 4, 2019.

If approved by two-thirds of voters, Measure EE would provide local school funding to help improve instructional environments by reducing class sizes, attracting and retaining high-quality teachers and school employees, and providing quality instructional programs, resources, and materials.
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Street Closure

A renowned local artist will be installing a decorative pavement mural at the heart of the area that hosts the popular Mar Vista Farmers Market, prompting a closure of the intersection of Grandview Boulevard and Pacific Avenue from February 7th - February 8th.
Grandview Boulevard and Pacific Avenue will remain open, but traffic will not be allowed through the intersection during the application and treatment of special skid-proof paint.
Local artist DJ Neff, known for his expertise with spray paint mediums in murals and other public spaces, is painting a colorful mural of a Koi pond at the intersection, in cooperation with Green Communications Initiative, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, Bureau of Street Services, and the office of Councilmember Mike Bonin.
The treatment adds to the growing artistic flavor of downtown Mar Vista, which has seen the installation of several new murals, the addition of mini-murals on utility boxes, the installation of artistic panels on bus shelters, the recent addition of new trash cans featuring work by local artists, and the growing popularity of the quarterly Mar Vista Art Walk, which celebrates the community and promotes several of the local galleries.
Neighbors with questions about the traffic impacts can contact the Bureau of Street Services Special events at (213) 847-6082.
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