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LA COUNTY VS. CITY OF LOS ANGELES—HOW GOVERNMENT WORKS IN TOPANGA

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Why Topanga Voted on Nov. 8 for the County Supervisor and Not for the Mayor of Los Angeles
Published January 31, 2022, at 12:30 p.m.

By Annemarie Donkin, The Canyon Chronicle

Los Angeles County’s population is larger than all but eight states, has a budget of nearly $40 billion and is run entirely by a five-person Board of Supervisors.

Topanga is located in the County’s Third District and Lindsey P. Horvath is the newly-elected Supervisor. The Supervisor and her staff are the direct representatives for the community of about 13,000 residents known as “Unincorporated Topanga” and the Topanga Town Council (TTC) is the main liaison with the County.

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FAQ About Topanga's New Evacuation Zones

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LA County Updates Emergency Evacuation Zones 
Published November 19, 2022, at 9:30 a.m.

Los Angeles County’s Office of Emergency Management (OEM), Fire Department and Sheriff’s Department have worked collaboratively with cities and community members to develop emergency evacuation zones over the last several months. Because of this effort, your zone may have changed. Read on to learn how to check your zone.

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Topangans, Get Out and Vote!

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Your Voice Counts! Here's How to Vote in LA County

Any registered voter in Los Angeles County can cast their vote between now and November 8, Election Day 2022 — by mail, in-person, or by putting your mail-in ballot in a ballot drop box.  If you'd like to vote in person, you can take your mail-in ballot (which you should have received in the mail, as long as you are registered and your address is up to date) to the Topanga Community Center (TCC) or another Los Angeles County in-person voting center, and tell the poll workers that you'd like to vote in person.  Check the TCC's available dates below.

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LA County Library Turns 110!

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September 5, 2022 Marks the LA County Library's 110th Birthday 
Published September 5, 2022, at 10:30 a.m.

On September 5, 1912, the County of Los Angeles Board of Supervisors established the “County Free Library.” The first branch was established on April 23, 1913 in one room of Mrs. Belle Jenks’ home in Willowbrook, with a collection of just 50 books. In 1931 — more than 90 years ago! — the Library’s Summer Reading Program was inaugurated.

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Homeless Connect Day - September 22

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Day to Connect Topanga and Malibu's Unhoused People With Services 
Published August 28, 2022, at 11:30 a.m.

Those who live in a high fire risk area (HFRA) of SCE's service territory (Topanga!), can get more money back by participating in SCE's Marketing Resiliency Rebate Program. Starting on Sept. 1, rebates will be increasing for two key elements of the program.

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Help Beautify Your Local Topanga Beach on National Beach Cleanup Day

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Topanga Beach National Coastal Cleanup Day! FREE Yoga & Raffle  
Published August 4, 2022, at 10:30 a.m.

OVERDUE is teaming up with the Topanga New Times, The Well Refill store, and other partners to clean up our Topanga Beach on Sunday, September 18, for the national Coastal Cleanup Day!

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Learn More About Your NOAA Weather Radio

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Watch a Recording of the Virtual Training Session
Published August 29, 2022, at 8:30 a.m.

On two days in August, Topangans were invited to pick up free NOAA Weather Alert Radios designated for LA County residents living in high fire risk zones. If you missed the virtual training session hosted on August 23rd, and want to learn about the purpose and features of this radio, you can watch a recording of the training session. 

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SCE to Boost Rebates for High Fire Risk Areas

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Rebate Increases Coming September 1 
Published August 3, 2022, at 3:30 a.m.

Those who live in a high fire risk area (HFRA) of SCE's service territory (Topanga!), can get more money back by participating in SCE's Marketing Resiliency Rebate Program. Starting on Sept. 1, rebates will be increasing for two key elements of the program.

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