The Lyric Avenue street repair is finally happening!... starting Monday, May 6th. Please see attached flyers for more details. If you have an immediate emergency, you may contact John Fagan from BSS at (818) 207-8479. For general info, please contact Councilmember Ryu's Hollywood District Office at 323-957-6415 or CD4.email@example.com or FHRA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This work has been a long time coming. We appreciate Councilmember Ryu for finally getting it done. Thank you for your cooperation during the repairs.
The FHRA wants to thank everyone who entered our first annual “Check Meow-t” cat contest! What a bunch of beautiful cats with great stories! It was super tough to choose our winners but the votes are in and the winners are…Hammie and Kylie Minogue! Congratulations to the winners! Enjoy your bragging rights and your Cats and Dogs gift certificates! Even if you didn’t win this time, we hope you’ll enter your purrrfect cat again next year! And if you haven’t already, we hope you’ll become an FHRA member! Our mission is to promote a sense of community by bringing neighbors together to help create a safe and vibrant neighborhood for all!
Hammie (L) and Kylie Minogue (R)
See all the adorable entrants here: https://www.franklinhills.org/catcontest
Thanks to all those who turned out on Sat., Nov. 17th to help clean up the Radio Walk and Prospect stairs! It was a perfect day for a stair clean up work party!!
We had so much fun getting to know our fearless fire fighters and couldn’t fit all the great photos into the Overview article so here you go!
PROJECT LOCATION: Thomas Starr King Middle School 4201 Fountain Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029
CONSTRUCTION DATES: October 2018 – June 2019
WORK HOURS: Monday to Friday: 12 pm to 9 pm, Saturdays/Holidays: 8 am to 5 pm (only when absolutely necessary)
Click below link to see full notice will all info about construction at Thomas Starr King Middle School.
Thanks everyone and the FHRA board for coming out on a fine Saturday in June to celebrate the re-dedication of the Shakespeare Bridge Garden! The garden is once again ours to enjoy and maintain. We'll continue to have garden work parties to spruce it up (let me know if you can help lead this up). We'll also celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the garden in November.
Special Thanks! to Jane Cantillon for bringing Newman and Fletcher to play delightful 1920s music during the event; to Chef Mick Brown (BBQ Black Panther) for his delicious BBQ; to neighbors, FHRA and Say Cheese for your contributions to the potluck; to Councilmember David Ryu's office for the tables and chairs; and to David Brooks for supplying power for the band. We also appreciate officials who visited, spoke and mingled including Councilmember David Ryu, Board of Public Works Commissioner Heather Repenning, Seamus Garrity from Assemblymember Laura Friedman's office, and Cat Kim from the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council.
Attached are a few photos for your enjoyment courtesy of Cat Kim, Daniel Park and Shirley Mims.