Guide to the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association Collection, 1963-2000

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Overview of the Collection

Collection Title: Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association Collection
Dates: 1963-2000
Identification: URB/ACC
Creator: Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association
Physical Description: 10.93 linear feet
Language of Materials: English
Repository: Urban Archives
Abstract: The Arleta Chamber of Commerce was established in February 1975 after the Arleta Property Owners Council, a group of business and home owners in the area, began petitioning to break free from the city of Pacoima and establish Arleta as its own community in the northeast corner of the San Fernando Valley. From its inception, the principle purpose of the Chamber was to "promote business within [Arleta's] boundaries and to further the best community interest of the Arleta area." The majority of records contained in the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident’s Association Collection consists of materials that document the activities of the Chamber/Association since its creation in 1981.

Historical Note:

The Arleta Chamber of Commerce was established in February 1975 after the Arleta Property Owners Council, a group of business and home owners in the area began petitioning to break free from the city of Pacoima and establish Arleta as its own community in the northeast corner of the San Fernando Valley. Sallie K. Harris, the former president of the Arleta Property Owners Council and a member of the Citizen Unit for Participation in Housing and Community Development, became the first president of the newly formed Chamber of Commerce.
From its inception, the principle purpose of the chamber was to "promote business within [Arleta's] boundaries and to further the best community interest of the Arleta area." Long associated with the older city of Pacoima, the first few years saw the Arleta Chamber of Commerce struggling to gain autonomy from this larger city and establish independence. The majority of activities that the Arleta Chamber of Commerce engaged in between 1975-1976 included city identification projects such as installing City of Arleta signs along the city's new boundaries, writing letters to new businesses in the area encouraging them to promote their location as being in the City of Arleta, corresponding with state senators and assemblymen to support their goals, and working with the United States Postal Service to ensure that Arleta was being recognized as a separate entity.
Finally, on 25 June 1976, the California Legislature adopted the Arleta – Lake View Terrace – Pacoima District Plan, which granted Arleta citizens the independence they had worked for. In early 1981, representatives of the Arleta Chamber of Commerce proposed that the Arleta Resident's Association, the local homeowners association for many Arleta residents, begin working within the framework of the Chamber of Commerce. This created what became known as the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association. The merger ensured that nearly all the citizens of the growing city could directly participate in, contribute to, and benefit from the activities of the Chamber.
Throughout the 1980's, the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association continued to organize community programs such as clean-up campaigns and city beautification projects. In the early 1990's, however, the Chamber's focus shifted to a growing concern about the proposed construction of an electrical distribution station by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power on Branford Street, a heavily populated thoroughfare within the city. Fearing the negative effects of exposure to Electromagnetic Field (EMF) radiation, Chamber and homeowner leaders began actively soliciting support from Los Angeles City Mayor Tom Bradley, Councilman Ernani Bernardi, and community residents and business owners to put a halt to the construction. Their efforts were successful and the DWP ended its construction prospects in the area.
In the early 1990's, the Arleta Chamber of Commerce revisited the issue to have its own zip-code reinstated. Prior to the 1960's, the city of Arleta had been under the zip code 91332. In the late 1970's, the United States Postal Service removed the zip code from its ledger and assigned Arleta and its neighbor, Pacoima, the shared zip codes of 91331 and 91334. In 1991, the ACC launched a massive Zip Code Reinstatement Project, collecting petitions signed by over 5,000 residents of Arleta who supported the zip code reinstatement to 91332. Despite repeated attempts and contacts with the USPS, support from such public officials as Congressman James C. Corman and State Senators Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein, the zip code reinstatement project proved unsuccessful.

Access Terms

This Collection is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.

Corporate Name:

Los Angeles (Calif.). Dept. of Water and Power

Genre/Form of Material:

Ephemera
Maps
Paper records
Photographic material
Scrapbooks

Geographic Name:

Arleta (Los Angeles, Calif.)
California, Southern -- Commerce
Pacoima (Los Angeles, Calif.)
San Fernando Valley (Calif.) -- History
San Fernando Valley (Calif.) -- Maps

Personal Name:

Alarcón, Richard
Berman, Howard L. (Howard Lawrence), 1941-
Bernardi, Ernani
Bradley, Tom, 1917-1998
Corman, James C. (James Charles), 1920-2000
Katz, Richard

Topical Term:

Boards of trade -- California, Southern
Civic improvement -- California, Southern
Electromagnetic fields -- Health aspects
Zip codes -- California, Southern
Zoning -- California -- Citizen participation

Administrative Information

Processing Information:

Autumn Hayner, Dan Calderon, 2008

Conditions Governing Use:

Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator(s) of this collection has not been transferred to California State University, Northridge. Copyright status for other materials is unknown. Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners. Works not in the public domain cannot be commercially exploited without permission of the copyright owners. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.

Conditions Governing Access:

The collection is open for research use.

Preferred Citation:

[Identification of item], [date], Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association Collection , Special Collections and Archives, Oviatt Library, California State University, Northridge.

Related Materials:

Arrangement of Materials:

Series I: Administrative Records, 1975-2000
     Sub-series A: Arleta Property Owners Council, 1975
     Sub-series B: Arleta Chamber of Commerce, 1975-1981
     Sub-series C: Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident’s Association, 1981-2000
     Sub-series D: Non-Arleta Chamber of Commerce, 1975-1999
Series II: Chamber Activities, 1965-2000
     Sub-series A: General Activities, 1965-1999
     Sub-series B: Meet the Candidates, 1994
Series III: Subject Files, 1975-1999
     Sub-series A: Issues and Topics of Concern, 1975-1999
     Sub-series B: Issues and Topics of Concern--Non-Arleta, 1982-1999
Series IV: Special Projects, 1963, 1974-2000
     Sub-series A: ACTION Committee-Community Enhancement Project, 1994-1996
     Sub-series B: City Boundary Project, 1963, 1988-1995
     Sub-series C: Community Projects (General), 1975-1996
     Sub-series D: Neighborhood Watch Program, 1981-1992
     Sub-series E: Welcome to Arleta Sign Project, 1992-1995
     Sub-series F: Zip Code Reinstatement Project, 1963, 1974-2000
Series V: District Planning, 1974-1993
Series VI: Non-Manuscript Material, 1987-2000

Scope and Contents

The majority of records contained in the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association Collection (ACC) consist of materials that document the activities of the Chamber/Association since its creation in 1981. These materials include minutes and agendas, correspondence, newspaper clippings, community notices, memoranda, financial records, flyers, by-laws, resolutions, and photographs. The collection also contains records of the precursor organizations of the ACC and materials from other local and state Chambers of Commerce in the region, including the United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley. Of particular interest in this collection are materials relating to the proposed (failed) construction of an Electrical Distribution Station in Branford Park by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the Zip Code Reinstatement Project, which the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association undertook in the early 1990's. The collection has been arranged into six series: Administrative Records (1975-2000), Chamber Activities (1965-2000), Subject Files (1975-1999), Special Projects (1963-2000), District Planning (1974-1993), and Non-Manuscript Material (1987-2000).
Series I, Administrative Records, consists of four subseries: Subseries A, Arleta Property Owners Council (1975), contains materials from the Arleta Chamber of Commerce's precursor organization, the Arleta Property Owners Council. This subseries includes correspondence and meeting minutes. Subseries B, Arleta Chamber of Commerce (1975-1981), contains articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes and agendas, attendance rosters, and contact lists of the Arleta Chamber of Commerce for the years preceding its merger with the Arleta Home Owners Association to form the Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association in March 1981. Subseries C, Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association (1981-2000), contains articles of incorporation, attendance records, by-laws, financial records, minutes and agendas, member contact lists, resolutions and tax records for the organization after it merged with the Home Owners Association in April 1981. Subseries D, Non-Arleta Chamber of Commerce (1975-1999), contains administrative records of organizations other than the ACC who corresponded with, or whose activities correlated with, the ACC. Materials in all subseries are arranged alphabetically and chronologically within.
Series II, Chamber Activities, consists of two subseries: Subseries A, General Activities (1965-1999), includes flyers, announcements, correspondence, publications, and newspaper clippings of chamber activities such as Town Hall meetings, community mixers, the annual chamber officers' installation dinner, and various fundraisers. Also included in this subseries is the correspondence of State Senator Alan Robbins and City Councilman Ernani Bernardi that was to, from, or in regards to activities of the ACC. Subseries B, Meet the Candidates (1994), includes flyers, campaign literature, newsletters, and correspondence of candidates who campaigned in Arleta during the 1994 state and congressional elections. This subseries includes campaign materials from such individuals as Howard Berman and Michael Huffington, as well as a number of congressional hopefuls including Jeff Brian, Gary Forsch and Dolores White. Files are arranged alphabetically and chronologically within.
Series III, Subject Files, consists of two subseries: Subseries A, Issues and Topics of Concern (1975-1999), consists of items regarding issues and concerns brought to the attention of, and/or addressed by, the ACC. Of particular importance in this subseries are the materials regarding the DWP's proposal to build a Distribution Center in the Branford Park area. Materials on this subject include correspondence between Chamber members, State, and City Representatives and the DWP, flyers and correspondence urging citizens to protest the proposed project, reports of Electromagnetic Field Radiation (EMF) readings, reports pertaining to health risks associated with EMF, and DWP question and answer packets. Subseries B, Issues and Topics of Concern – Non-Arleta (1982-1999), contains topics of concern not specific to the Arleta Chamber of Commerce but which indirectly involve or concern the community of Arleta. Some of these issues include unfair school elections, the small business authority act, and zoning. Files are arranged alphabetically and chronologically within.
Series IV, Special Projects, consists of six subseries: Subseries A, ACTION Committee-Community Enhancement Project (1994-1996), documents the work of the ACTION committee during community enhancement project which was aimed at residents who were in violation of city ordinances such as parking on front lawns and junk accumulation on property. Subseries B, City Boundary Project (1963, 1988-1995), consists of materials regarding a project to establish a city ordinance and map illustrating the exact geographic area of all San Fernando communities in the early 1990's. Subseries C, Community Projects (General) (1975-1996), contains materials from various community projects that the Arleta Chamber of Commerce undertook through the 1980's and 1990's such as anti-graffiti programs, community beautification projects, street improvements and tree planting. Subseries D, Neighborhood Watch Program (1981-1992), contains correspondence, flyers, information packets, newsletters and reports regarding the creation and maintenance of a neighborhood watch program in the community of Arleta. Subseries E, Welcome to Arleta Sign Project (1992-1995), documents the city of Arleta's work to have a "Welcome to Arleta" monument installed at the intersection of Branford and Woodman, the main thoroughfare through the city of Arleta. Subseries F, Zip Code Reinstatement Project (1963, 1974-2000), consists of materials concerned with the ACC’s attempt to reinstate the zip code that was removed from Arleta in the late 1960s. Files are arranged alphabetically and chronologically within.
Series V, District Planning, includes detailed community and district plans, primarily drawn up by the Los Angeles Department of City Planning, of cities within the San Fernando Valley. The majority of these plans were drawn up in late 1970's and early 1980's. Files are arranged alphabetically and chronologically within.
Series VI, Non-Manuscript Material, includes one scrapbook album originally created by Arleta Chamber of Commerce members. During processing, the acidic contents of this scrapbook were photocopied and placed into an archival binder along with other stable materials in the scrapbook in their original order. It also contains two photograph albums compiled from original Arleta Chamber albums and arranged in chronological order where possible, as well as a box of memorabilia and awards, an oversized box containing other awards and large documents, and three flat file folders housing maps and a committee poster.

Collection Contents

 

Series I: Administrative Records, 1975-1999

 

Sub-series A: Arleta Property Owners Council, 1975

 

Box 1

Folder 1

Correspondence, Formation of Arleta Chamber of Commerce, March 1975

Folder 2

Correspondence, General, February 1975

Folder 3

Minutes, February 1975-March 1975

 

Sub-series B: Arleta Chamber of Commerce, April 1975-March 1981

 

Box 1

Folder 4

Articles of Incorporation, 1975 June 11

Folder 5

Attendance Roster, 1981 December 2

Folder 6

Board of Directors, Biography of Sally Harris (1st President), Membership Application, Member Contact Information, 1975

Folder 7

Bylaws, 1975

Folder 8

Financial Records, Petty Cash Statements, Treasurer's Report, 1975

Folder 9

Meeting Announcements, 1975-1978

Folder 10

Meeting announcements, 1981-1989

Folder 11

Minutes, January 1975-December 1975

Folder 12

Minutes, January 1976-October 1976

Folder 13

Minutes, February 1977-May 1977

Folder 14

Minutes, April 1978-November 1979

Folder 15

Minutes, 1980 September 4-March 26 1981

 

Sub-series C: Arleta Chamber of Commerce and Resident's Association, April 1981-2000

 

Box 1

Folder 16

Attendance Rosters, Meetings, 1982

Folder 17

Attendance Rosters, Meetings, October 1994-August 1996

Folder 18

Attendance Rosters, Meetings, October 1996-June 1998

Folder 19

Board of Directors, Correspondence and Officer List, 1993

Folder 20

Board of Directors, Correspondence, 1994

Folder 21

Board of Directors Election Nominating Committee, Correspondence, 1992 July 14

Folder 22

Board Members, Roster, 1984 May 9

Folder 23

Business Members, Contact Information, 1989 May 30

Folder 24

Business Members, Questionnaire, 1999 May 3

Folder 25

Bylaws Revised with New Addendums, 1986 May 14

Folder 26

Revised Bylaws, 1995 April 4

Folder 27

Revised Bylaws, 1998 November 9

Folder 28

Amendments to Bylaws, 1992-1993

Folder 29

Correspondence Regarding Bylaws, 1993

Folder 30

Arleta Demographics, 1994

Folder 31

Financial Records, Statement of Cash Balances, Treasurer's Reports, 1981-1982

Folder 32

Financial Records, Statement of Cash Balances, 1983

Folder 33

Financial Records, Audit Reports, Statement of Cash Balances, Treasurers' Reports, 1987-1989

Folder 34

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, 1990

Folder 35

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Balance Sheets, 1991

Folder 36

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Year-End Financial Statement, ca. 1991-1992

Folder 37

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, 1993

Folder 38

Financial Records, Treasurer's Report, Cash Basis Income Statement, 1994

Folder 39

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, 1995

Folder 40

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Itemized Category Report, 1996

Folder 41

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Budget Proposals, Income and Expense reports, Itemized Category Report, 1997

Folder 42

Financial Records, Treasurer's Report, Itemized Category Report, Profit and Loss Report, 1998

 

Box 2

Folder 1

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Transaction Report, 1999

Folder 2

Financial Records, Treasurer's Reports, Profit and Loss Statements, 2000

Folder 3

Financial Records, Profit and Loss Reports, 1994-1998

Folder 4

Fundraising, Correspondence, 1992-1993

Folder 5

Guest Registers, Meetings, 1999

Folder 6

Lease Agreement, Correspondence, 1996

Folder 7

Meeting Rosters, 1999

Folder 8

Membership, Application Form, Correspondence, 1994

Folder 9

Membership, Business Application Forms, 1997

Folder 10

Membership Lists, 1992

Folder 11

Membership Lists, 1992

Folder 12

Membership Lists, 1993

Folder 13

Membership Lists, 1994

Folder 14

Membership Lists, 1997

Folder 15

Membership Plaques, Correspondence, and Order Requests, 1995

Folder 16

Message Log, August 1998-September 1998

Folder 17

Minutes and Agendas, 1981-1982

Folder 18

Minutes and Agendas, 1983-1985

Folder 19

Minutes and Agendas, 1986-1987

Folder 20

Minutes and Agendas, 1988

Folder 21

Minutes and Agendas, 1989

Folder 22

Minutes and Agendas, ca. 1980-ca. 1989

Folder 23

Minutes and Agendas, January 1990-June 1990

Folder 24

Minutes and Agendas, July 1990-December 1990

Folder 25

Minutes and Agendas, January 1991-June 1991

Folder 26

Minutes and Agendas, July 1991-December 1991

Folder 27

Minutes and Agendas, January 1992-June 1992

Folder 28

Minutes and Agendas, July 1992-December 1992

Folder 29

Minutes and Agendas, January 1993-June 1993

Folder 30

Minutes and Agendas, July 1993-December 1993

Folder 31

Minutes and Agendas, January 1994-May 1994

Folder 32

Minutes and Agendas, June 1994-December 1994

Folder 33

Minutes and Agendas, January 1995-May 1995

Folder 34

Minutes and Agendas, June 1995-December 1995

 

Box 3

Folder 1

Minutes and Agendas, January 1996-June 1996

Folder 2

Minutes and Agendas, July 1996-December 1996

Folder 3

Minutes and Agendas, January-June 1997

Folder 4

Minutes and Agendas, July 1997-December 1997

Folder 5

Minutes and Agendas, January 1998-June 1998

Folder 6

Minutes and Agendas, July 1998-December 1998

Folder 7

Minutes and Agendas, January 1999-June 1999

Folder 8

Minutes and Agendas, July 1999-December 1999

Folder 9

Minutes and Agendas, Executive Board, 1996

Folder 10

Minutes and Agendas, Executive Board, 1998

Folder 11

Minutes and Agendas, Officers Board, 1996

Folder 12

Minutes and Agendas, Officers Board, 1997

Folder 13

Nomination of Board Members, Correspondence, 1994

Folder 14

Postage Statement, Standard Form, 1998 May 29

Folder 15

Request for Public Hearing Notice Forms, 1997 November 25

Folder 16

Resident and Business Member, Contact Lists, 1998-1999

Folder 17

Resolution, 1994

Folder 18

Resolution, 1995

Folder 19

Resolution on Political Endorsements, 1993

Folder 20

Resource Directory, Listing Update Form, 1998 September 15

Folder 21

Tax Records, California Exempt Organization, Annual Information Statement, 1982-1985

Folder 22

Tax Records, California Exempt Organization, Annual Information Statement, 1986-1989

Folder 23

Tax Records, California Exempt Organization, Annual Information Statement, 1990-1992

Folder 24

Tax Records, California Exempt Organization, Annual Information Statement, 1993-1994

Folder 25

Tax Records, California Exempt Organization, Annual Information Statement, 1995-1996

Folder 26

Tax Records, Statement by Domestic Non-Profit Corporation, 1997 April 15-1998 June 15

 

Sub-series D: Non-Arleta Chamber of Commerce

 

Box 3

Folder 27

Business Resource Guide, Contact Information for City Government Services, 1999

Folder 28

California Chambers of Commerce, Report, "Guidelines for Compliance with California New Non-Profit Corporation Law", October 1979

Folder 29

Economic Development Alliance, Business Needs Assessment Survey, 1995 March 9

Folder 30

Foothill Advisory Council, Memoranda and Member Contact Lists, 1993 July 6

Folder 31

HF Whittle Investment Company, Financial Statement Regarding Loan, ca. 1975

Folder 32

Katz, Richard, Correspondence, 1981-1982

Folder 33

Linda Carreon Real Estate, Flyer,

Folder 34

Los Angeles Area Chambers of Commerce, Report, 1993-94 Los Angeles City Finances, 1994

Folder 35

North Valley Coalition, Correspondence Regarding Sunshine Canyon Landfill, 1988 February 9

Folder 36

Representatives, Contact Information, ca. 1990-ca. 1999

Folder 37

Republican Presidential Task Force, Correspondence, 1999 July 7

Folder 38

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Bylaws, 1994-1998

Folder 39

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Correspondence, 1981-1983

Folder 40

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Correspondence and Surveys, 1986

Folder 41

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Correspondence, 1990-1999

Folder 42

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Executive Committee Contact List, 1999

Folder 43

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Fernando Award, Bylaws, List of Representatives, 2000

Folder 44

United Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, Minutes Regarding Membership Assembly Meeting, 1999 June 9

Folder 45

United States District Court Probation Office, Volunteer Service Log Sheet, 1998

Folder 46

United States Postal Service (USPS), Carrier Route Information, 1994 December 15

Folder 47

USPS Postage Statement Forms, January 1999

Folder 48

USPS Publications, Address File Standardization on Diskette , Third Class Mail Preparation , February 1993

Folder 49

USPS Worksheet, "Bulk Mail Preparation"

Folder 50

Valley Business 2000, Budget and Correspondence, 1993-1994

Folder 51

Valley Roundtable Council, Meeting Notices, 1976

Folder 52

Wachs, Joel, Community Service Guide, 1999 April 7

 

Series II: Chamber Activities, 1967-2000

 

Sub-series A: General Activities

 

Box 4

Folder 1

Announcements and Notices, Community Events, 1993

Folder 2

Announcements and Notices, Community Events, 1995

Folder 3

Announcements and Notices, Community Meeting and Open House, 1993 April 21-1993 May 19

Folder 4

Announcements and Notices for General Community, 1976-1979

Folder 5

Announcements and Notices for General Community, 1980-1982

Folder 6

Announcements and Notices for General Community, 1986-1988

Folder 7

Announcements and Notices for General Community, 1989

Folder 8

Announcements and Notices, "Read Your Bible" Outdoor Music Festival, 1990 September 8

Folder 9

Bernardi, Ernani, Correspondence, 1975-1976

Folder 10

Bernardi, Ernani, Correspondence, 1977

Folder 11

Bernardi, Ernani, Correspondence, 1978

Folder 12

Bernardi, Ernani, Correspondence, 1984-1989

Folder 13

Business Dinner Meeting, Agenda, Correspondence, 1996 July 16

Folder 14

Calendar of Events, 1998-1999

Folder 15

Chamber Office Correspondence, Press Release, February 1995

Folder 16

CODEWATCH Pamphlet, "Codes that Keep Arleta Beautiful"

Folder 17

Community Events and Seminars, Broadsides, Brochures, and Flyers, 1996

Folder 18

Community Events and Seminars, Broadsides, Brochures, and Flyers, 1997

Folder 19

Community Events and Seminars, Broadsides and Flyers, 1999

Folder 20

Community Meeting, Attendance Roster, 1983 March 9

Folder 21

Community Mixer, Correspondence and Flyers, 1996

Folder 22

Community Town Hall Meeting, Agenda, Attendance, Broadside, and Correspondence, March 1994-April 1994

Folder 23

Community Town Hall Meeting, Agenda, Broadside, and Correspondence, August 1994-September 1994

Folder 24

Community Town Hall Meeting, Agenda and Rosters, 1995 April 25-1995 October 18

Folder 25

Correspondence, General, 1975-1976

Folder 26

Correspondence, General, 1977-1978

Folder 27

Correspondence, General, 1981-1985

Folder 28

Correspondence, General, 1988-1989

Folder 29

Correspondence, General, 1990-1991

Folder 30

Correspondence, General, 1992

Folder 31

Correspondence, General, 1993

Folder 32

Correspondence, General, 1994

Folder 33

Correspondence, General, 1995

Folder 34

Correspondence, General, 1996

Folder 35

Correspondence, General, 1997

Folder 36

Correspondence, General, 1998

Folder 37

Correspondence, General, 1999

Folder 38

Correspondence, Letters of Thanks, 1995

Folder 39

Earthquake, Broadsides, Correspondence, and Emergency Response Meeting Workshop, 1994

Folder 40

Ephemera, "I Love Arleta" Bumper Sticker

Folder 41

Fernando Award, Correspondence, 1975-1976

Folder 42

Fernando Award, Nomination Form and Rules, 1986 June 11

Folder 43

Fernando Award, Correspondence and Nomination Forms, 1996

Folder 44

Fernando Award, Correspondence and Nomination Forms, 1997 June 4

Folder 45

Flyer Program, Cost Estimates

Folder 46

Good Neighbor Award, Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, October 1991-November 1991

Folder 47

Good Neighbor Award, Correspondence and Nomination, 1995

Folder 48

Installation Dinner, Announcement, Correspondence, and Invitations, 1975-1976

 

Box 5

Folder 1

Installation Dinner (Annual), Announcement, Correspondence, and Program, 1977-1978

Folder 2

Installation Dinner (Annual), Correspondence, Invitation, Press Release, and Program, 1987-1988

Folder 3

Installation Dinner (Annual), Correspondence Program, 1992

Folder 4

Installation Dinner (Annual), Correspondence, Invitation, and Program, 1993-1994

Folder 5

Installation Dinner (Annual), Correspondence, Invitation, and Program, 1995

Folder 6

Installation Dinner (Annual), Attendance List, Broadside, and Correspondence, 1996

Folder 7

Installation Dinner (Annual), Correspondence and Payment Record, 1998

Folder 8

Maps of Arleta

Folder 9

Membership Drive, Application for Membership and Correspondence, 1981 May 1

Folder 10

Newsletters, July 1975-November 1976

Folder 11

Newsletters, March 1977-September 1979

Folder 12

Newsletters, 1990

Folder 13

Newsletters, 1991

Folder 14

Newsletters, 1992

Folder 15

Newsletters, 1993

Folder 16

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1994

Folder 17

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1995

Folder 18

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1996

Folder 19

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1997

Folder 20

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1998

Folder 21

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 1999

Folder 22

Newsletters, Arleta Gazette , 2000

Folder 23

Newsletters, Supplements to Arleta Gazette , 1998 November 23-August 1999

Folder 24

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1975-1977

Folder 25

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1984-1989

Folder 26

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1990-1992

Folder 27

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1993-1994

Folder 28

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1995-1996

Folder 29

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1995-1996

Folder 30

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1999

Folder 31

Newspaper Clippings, General

Folder 32

Recognition Dinner, Application and Correspondence, 1995

Folder 33

Reports, A Look at Branford Recreation Center , 1967 October 25

Folder 34

Robbins, Alan, Correspondence, 1975-1982

Folder 35

Robbins Alan, Correspondence, 1989-1991

Folder 36

Small Business Award, Correspondence and Program, April 1994-May 1994

Folder 37

Snow, Gary Regarding Presidential Nomination, Correspondence, ca. 1996

Folder 38

Snow, Gary to Board Members, Correspondence, 1996

Folder 39

Snow, Gary to Board Members, Correspondence, 1997

 

Box 6

Folder 1

Small Business Award, Correspondence and Nominations, 1995-1997

Folder 2

Special Eventsl, 5K Walk and Fun Walk, Correspondence and Flyers, 1997

Folder 3

Special Events, Arleta's Celebration of Lights, Award Certificates and Correspondence, December 1998-January 1999

Folder 4

Special Events, Arleta Little League Parade, Broadsides, Correspondence, and Permit Application, April 1978-April 1979

Folder 5

Special Events, Arleta Little League Parade, Correspondence, Flyers, Permit Application, and Route Map, 1981-1982

Folder 6

Special Events, Arleta Little League Parade, Permit Application, 1983 February 11

Folder 7

Special Events, Earthquake Preparedness Seminar, Broadside and Correspondence, 1983 June 15

Folder 8

Special Events, Free Health Screening, Brochures, Flyers, and Newspaper Clippings, 1997

Folder 9

Special Events, Ho Down, Correspondence, July 1991-August 1991

Folder 10

Web Page Development, Correspondence and Drafts, 1997

Folder 11

Web Page, Printed Example, 1998

 

Sub-series B: Meet the Candidates

 

Box 6

Folder 12

Brochures, Campaign Literature and Newsletters, 1994

Folder 13

Election Correspondence, September 1994-November 1994

Folder 14

Maps of Arleta, ca. 1994

Folder 15

Meeting, Agenda, and Newsletter, 1994 October 22

Folder 16

Meeting Attendance, 1994 October 22

Folder 17

Newspaper Clippings Regarding Meet the Candidates Program, May 1994

Folder 18

Representative Contact Information, ca. 1994

Folder 19

Volunteer Sign Up to assist with Meet the Candidates Program, ca. October 1994

 

Series III: Subject Files, 1974-1999

 

Sub-series A: Issues and Topics of Concern

 

Box 6

Folder 20

Branford Park-Criminal Activity in Vicinity, Correspondence, 1988-1999

Folder 21

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Community/Public Information Meeting, Broadside, and Information Packet, 1990 December 12

Folder 22

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Community Information Meeting, Announcement, and Question List, 1991 March 21

Folder 23

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Consensus Planning Group, Memoranda Regarding Community Meeting, 1991 December 12

Folder 24

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Correspondence, 1990-1991

Folder 25

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Correspondence of Raymond and Andrea Setterstrom, 1990-1991

Folder 26

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Correspondence and Question and Answer Packet, 1991 July 10

Folder 27

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Health Risks, Articles and Report, 1990-1991

Folder 28

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Information Sheets, ca. 1990-ca. 1993

Folder 29

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Information Sheets

Folder 30

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Magnetic Field Test Readings, 1991 March 4

Folder 31

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Maps of Proposed Site and Site Selection Factors, ca. 1990

Folder 32

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Newspaper Clippings, 1990 July 29-1990 November 18

Folder 33

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Public Hearing Notices, 1990 October 31

Folder 34

Branford Street Distribution Station (DS 141), Termination of Construction, Correspondence, February 1992-June 1992

Folder 35

Collectech Systems, Correspondence Regarding Collection on Public Storage Account, 1994-1995

Folder 36

Community and Boundary Identification, Correspondence, 1993

Folder 37

Department of Motor Vehicles Office Construction, Correspondence, March 1977-June 1977

Folder 38

Department of Water and Power Service Termination, Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, and Site Map Sketch, 1997

Folder 39

East Valley Animal Shelter, Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, 1995

Folder 40

Education, Monroe High School, Correspondence, 1987 December 28

Folder 41

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence, 1975-1979

Folder 42

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence and Flier, 1981-1982

Folder 43

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence, 1983-1984

 

Box 7

Folder 1

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, 1986-1988

Folder 2

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence, 1993

Folder 3

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence, Petitions Regarding No Parking Zone Request, and Street Improvement, 1994-1996

Folder 4

General Topics of Concern, Correspondence, 1998

Folder 5

Irwin Silon Defraudation Case, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1996

Folder 6

Mobilcomm, 1997

Folder 7

Name Use by Pacoima Correspondence, 1994

Folder 8

Name Use by Pacoima Correspondence, 1995

Folder 9

Office Space Lease Expiration and Rent Issue, Billing Information, Correspondence, and Lease, 1997

Folder 10

Pedestrian Tunnels Under Golden State Freeway, Correspondence, 1992

Folder 11

Street Vendors, Correspondence and Newspaper Clippings, 1995

 

Sub-series B: Issues and Topics of Concern -- Non-Arleta

 

Box 7

Folder 12

Alarcon, Richard (State Senator), New School Site in San Fernando Valley, Correspondence and Lease, 1997

Folder 13

Berman, Howard (Assemblyman), Legislative Waste Correspondence, 1982 July 16

Folder 14

Charter Reform – Charter Measure, Flyers and Newsletters, 1999

Folder 15

Coalition Against Unfair School Reform Fact Sheet, 1992

Folder 16

Community Redevelopment Agency, Correspondence, Flyers, and Maps, 1999

Folder 17

Cortese-Knox Local Government Reorganization Act, Government Codes and Procedure Diagrams, ca. 1990-ca. 1999

Folder 18

House Joint Resolution 26 Regarding Citizenship

Folder 19

Los Angeles Police Commission, Agendas, Correspondence, and Memoranda, 1998-1999

Folder 20

Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Community Advisory Board, Correspondence, 1992

Folder 21

LAPD, Department Reorganization, Correspondence and Newsletter, 1997-1999

Folder 22

LAPD Report, "Elder and Fiduciary Abuse", ca. 1990-ca. 1999

Folder 23

Police Executive Research Forum, Prepublication Release, "Helpful Hints for the Tradition Bound Chief", June 1992

Folder 24

SB 65 Plan, Correspondence and Reports, 1999

Folder 25

Small Business Industrial Act, Correspondence, 1988

Folder 26

United States Postal Service, Y2K Preparation Correspondence, 1999 May 21

Folder 27

Zoning, Application, Correspondence, and Petitions Regarding Kids' Korner Pre-school, 1987

Folder 28

Zoning, Public Hearing Notices, Case No. ZA 94 0075, 99 Cent Only Store, 1994 March 28

Folder 29

Zoning, Public Hearing Notices, Case No. ZA 99-0024, ZA 17432, Department of Recreation and Parks, Osborne Neighborhood Church, 1999 March 12-1999 March 26

Folder 30

Zoning, Public Hearing Notice, Case No. ZA 93-1021, Isaa Hawara, 1994 January 31

Folder 31

Zoning, Public Hearing Notice, Case No. ZA 94-0734, Jerry's Restaurant, 1995 February 3

Folder 32

Zoning, Public Hearing Notice, Land Tract 29851, Land Tract 33787, 1978 May 17

Folder 33

Zoning, Public Hearing Notice, Case No. CPC96-0102 ZC/GPA, CPC 96- 0103 BL, Sherman Oaks Women's Club, 1996 August 1

Folder 34

Zoning, Report and Denial Notice, Case No. ZA 92- 0610, Liquor Store, 1992 August 5

 

Series IV: Special Projects, 1963-1996

 

Sub-series A: ACTION Committee-Community Enhancement Project

 

Box 7

Folder 35

ACTION Committee, Community Mixer, 1994 October 18

Folder 36

ACTION Committee, Final Report, 1996 August 6

Folder 37

Block Captain's List and Maps of Blocks and Districts, 1995 October 4-ca. 1999

Folder 38

City of Los Angeles, Complaint and Referral Reports, 1996

Folder 39

Department of Building and Safety, Bureau of Community Safety Referral Worksheets, 1995-1996

Folder 40

Project Proposal, Forms, Laws, and Ordinances, ca. 1995-ca. 1996

Folder 41

Violations, Request Form, 1995-1996

Folder 42

Violators, List by Street, April 1996-August 1996

 

Sub-series B: City Boundary Project

 

Box 7

Folder 43

Arleta City Boundary Correspondence, 1994-1995

Folder 44

Arleta Community Boundary Identification Correspondence, 1975-1976

Folder 45

Arleta Community Boundary Identification Correspondence, 1977-1979

Folder 46

Arleta Community Boundary Identification Correspondence, 1995

Folder 47

Arleta Community Legal Description of City Boundary, 1963 July 1

 

Box 8

Folder 1

Arleta and City of Los Angeles General Plan Meeting, Correspondence and Maps, 1993 April 28

Folder 2

City Boundaries (Reference Council File No. 93 - 1628), Correspondence, 1990 January 24-1995 January 5

Folder 3

Community Identification, Correspondence and Maps, 1992-1993

Folder 4

Community Map, San Fernando Valley Map Project Correspondence, 1990-1995

Folder 5

Correspondence, General, 1993-1994

Folder 6

Establishment of Community Names and Boundaries, Correspondence, Legal Descriptions, and Ordinance, 1993-1994

Folder 7

Maps, Los Angeles City Council Districts 1-5, 1992-1993

Folder 8

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1991

Folder 9

Ordinance, City Names and Boundaries, 1993 October 18

Folder 10

Ordinance, Communities Included in List, 1995 May 10

Folder 11

Ordinance, Communities Included, Correspondence, Legal Description of Boundary, and Maps, 1994-1995

Folder 12

Ordinance, Communities Included, Canoga Park, Map, Newspaper Clippings, and Map, 1987

Folder 13

Ordinance, Communities Included, Encino, Correspondence, Map, Granada Hills, Correspondence, and Maps, 1990-1994

Folder 14

Ordinance, Communities Included, Lake View Terrace, Correspondence, and Maps of Mission Hills, 1991-1994

Folder 15

Ordinance, Communities Included, North Hollywood, Correspondence, and Maps of Northridge, 1992-1993

Folder 16

Ordinance, Communities Included, Pacoima, Map, 1994

Folder 17

Ordinance, Communities Included, Reseda, Map, 1988-1994

Folder 18

Ordinance, Communities Included, Studio City, Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings, and Maps, 1988-1995

Folder 19

Ordinance, Communities Included, Sun Valley, Maps, 1994

Folder 20

Ordinance, Communities Included, Sylmar, Map

Folder 21

Ordinance, Communities Included, Tujunga, Correspondence and Map, 1994

Folder 22

Ordinance, Communities Included, Valley Village, Correspondence, Maps, and Newspaper Clippings, 1990-1991

Folder 23

Ordinance, Communities Included, West Hills, Maps and Newspaper Clippings, 1987

Folder 24

Ordinance, Communities Included, Woodland Hills, Maps and Newspaper Clippings, 1987 August 6

Folder 25

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts

Folder 26

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1992

Folder 27

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1990-1993

Folder 28

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1992-1994

Folder 29

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1987-1994

Folder 30

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1992-1993

Folder 31

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1991-1993

Folder 32

Ordinance, Council Members in Inclusive Districts, 1991-1994

Folder 33

Report, Proposed City Ordinance to Establish the Community Boundaries of the San Fernando Valley , 1993 October 18

Folder 34

Sunland, Tujunga Association of Residents, Correspondence, 1994

 

Sub-series C: Community Projects (General)

 

Box 8

Folder 35

Anti-Graffiti Program, Correspondence, 1991

Folder 36

Arleta Home Improvement Loan Program, Correspondence, Flyers, and Information Packets, 1993

Folder 37

Arleta Little League Field Correspondence, February 1983

Folder 38

Community Beautification and Clean-up, Correspondence and Flyers, 1992

Folder 39

East Valley Water Reclamation Project, Correspondence, February 1991-April 1991

Folder 40

Formation of San Fernando Valley Unified School District, Correspondence and Endorsements, 1992 November 17

Folder 41

General Projects, Correspondence, 1975-1976

Folder 42

General Projects, Correspondence, 1978

Folder 43

General Projects, Correspondence, 1981-1984

Folder 44

General Projects, Correspondence, 1988-1989

Folder 45

Holiday Turkeys to the Needy, Correspondence, December 1994

Folder 46

Make Arleta Sparkle, Correspondence and Flyers, 1992

Folder 47

Make Arleta Sparkle, Correspondence, Flyers, and Reports, 1993

Folder 48

Make Arleta Sparkle, Grant Applications, 1992-1994

Folder 49

Operation Drug Rap, Meeting Notes and Memoranda, March 1977-April 1977

Folder 50

Operation "Sparkle Arleta," Broadsides, 1994 October 8

Folder 51

Public Transportation, Correspondence, Senate Bill #1238, 1983

Folder 52

San Fernando Valley Rail Transit, Correspondence and Senate Bill, 1989 July 3

Folder 53

Street Fair, Correspondence, 1996

 

Box 9

Folder 1

Street Improvements Petition, 1981

Folder 2

Street Improvements, Correspondence, Maps, Project Status Reports, and Sketches, October 1987-February 1990

Folder 3

Street Improvements Correspondence, 1991

Folder 4

Tree Planting Program, Grant Application and Grant Correspondence, 1994-1995

Folder 5

U.S Veterans Remembrance Memorial, Certificates of Congressional Recognition, Memorial Day Dedication Program Newspaper Clippings, 1984-1996

 

Sub-series D: Neighborhood Watch Program

 

Box 9

Folder 6

Correspondence and Flyers, 1981-1984

Folder 7

Correspondence, Flyers, and Reports, 1987-1991

Folder 8

Los Angeles City Hall Newsletter, "Neighborhood Watch Program Praised", Fall 1988

Folder 9

LAPD, Information Packet Regarding How To Start A Neighborhood Watch, ca. 1980-ca. 1989

Folder 10

LAPD, Information Packet Regarding Foothill Area Community Relations Neighborhood Watch Program, 1988 September 19

Folder 11

LAPD, Information, Neighborhood Watch Guide, Foothill Area Police Community Representatives and Block Captains Information Manual , October 1992

 

Sub-series E: Welcome to Arleta Sign Project

 

Box 9

Folder 12

Correspondence, General, 1992-1993

Folder 13

Correspondence, Invitation to Sign Dedication Ceremony, July 1993-September 1993

Folder 14

Dedication Ceremony, Invitation and Program Report, 1993 September 30

Folder 15

Department of Water and Power, Correspondence, May 1994-July 1994

Folder 16

Donation Solicitation, Correspondence, January 1993-April 1993

Folder 17

Gasser-Olds Company, Inc., Correspondence, Order Forms, and Service Listings, ca. 1993-ca. 1995

Folder 18

Landscape Project Correspondence, General, 1994

Folder 19

Landscape Project Correspondence, General, 1995

Folder 20

Landscape Project Correspondence, October 1994

Folder 21

Landscape Project Correspondence, February 1995-August 1995

Folder 22

Landscape Project Donors and Donation Amounts, 1993-1995

Folder 23

Landscape Project Grant Proposal and Application, 1994-1995

Folder 24

Landscape Project Landscaping Plans and Map of Sign Area, 1994

Folder 25

Project Proposal and Timeline, 1992-1993

Folder 26

Report, Arleta "Welcome Sign" Monument, ca. 1992

 

Sub-series F: Zip Code Reinstatement Project

 

Box 10

Folder 1

Bull Creek Zip Code Issue, H.R. Bill 1592, 1995 May 4

Folder 2

Census Data, ca. 1990-1991 February 25

Folder 3

Census Data, ca. 1990-1993

Folder 4

Correspondence, General, 1974

Folder 5

Correspondence, General, 1975-1976

Folder 6

Correspondence, General, 1977-1981

Folder 7

Correspondence, General, 1991-1992

Folder 8

Correspondence, General, 1993

Folder 9

Correspondence, General, January 1994-June 1994

Folder 10

Correspondence, General, June 1994-November 1994

Folder 11

Correspondence, General, 1995

Folder 12

Correspondence, General, 1998

Folder 13

Correspondence, General, 1999

Folder 14

Correspondence Packet, Request for Zip Code Reinstatement, 1993 January 21

Folder 15

Correspondence Packet, Zip Code Project, 1975-1993

Folder 16

Correspondence Packet, Zip Code Project, 1994

Folder 17

Flyers, 1993-1994

Folder 18

Maps, 1980-ca. 1999

Folder 19

Mercury Insurance Group Advertisement, 2000 June 7-2000 June 13

Folder 20

Newspaper Clippings, 1963-1998

Folder 21

Petitions

Folder 22

Petitions, 1993

Folder 23

Petitions, 1993

Folder 24

Petitions, 1993

Folder 25

Petitions, 1993

Folder 26

Petitions, 1993

 

Box 11

Folder 1

Petitions, pp. 76-90, 1993

Folder 2

Petitions, pp. 91-106, 1993

Folder 3

Petitions, pp. 107-120, 1993

Folder 4

Petitions, pp. 121-135, 1993

Folder 5

Petitions, pp. 136-150, 1993

Folder 6

Petitions, pp. 151-165, 1993

Folder 7

Petitions, pp. 166-180, 1993

Folder 8

Petitions, pp. 181-195, 1993

Folder 9

Petitions, pp. 196-203, 308, 1993

Folder 10

Post Office Protest Committee, Sign Up, 1994 April 26

 

Report, Arleta's Zip Code Project , 1994

Folder 12

USPS Address Management System, Carrier Route Information, 1994 March 13

Folder 13

USPS Board of Governors Brochure, October 1993

Folder 14

USPS Correspondence Packet, 1994

Folder 15

USPS Customer Service Questionnaire

Folder 16

USPS Memoranda, 1993 December 6

Folder 17

USPS Status Report, 1994 February 23

Folder 18

USPS Publication, National Five-Digit Zip Code and Post Office Directory , 1993

Folder 19

USPS Publication, The Postal Rate Commission in Brief , 1993 November 15

Folder 20

USPS Publication, Zip Alert, April 1994

 

Series V: District Planning, 1974-1993

 

Box 11

Folder 21

Arleta, Lake View Terrace, Pacoima District Proposed Plan, Case No. 23742, Correspondence and Reports, 1974-1975

Folder 22

Arleta, Lake View Terrace, Pacoima District Proposed Plan, Signage Project, 1975-1977

Folder 23

Department of City Planning, Community Plan, Sylmar, Van Nuys, and North Sherman Oaks, October 1981-June 1979

Folder 24

Department of City Planning, Community Plan, North Hollywood, Northridge, and Sun Valley, June 1979-May 1984

Folder 25

Department of City Planning, District Plan, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Toluca Lake, Sunland, Lake View Terrace, and Shadow Hills, June 1976-August 1985

Folder 26

Department of City Planning, District Plan, Mission Hills, Panorama City, and Sepulveda, October 1981-July 1986

Folder 27

Department of City Planning, District Plan, Encino, Tarzana, Granada Hills, and Knollwood, July 1977-December 1982

Folder 28

Department of City Planning, District Plan, Canoga Park, Winnetka, Woodland Hill, Chatsworth, and Porter Ranch, February 1986-March 1986

Folder 29

Department of City Planning, District Plan, Arleta and Pacoima, 1976 June 25

Folder 30

Department of City Planning, Public Participation Interview Discussion Paper, 1993 March 18

 

Flat File Cabinet 3

Folder 1

Welcome to Arleta Sign Landscape Project, Individual and Business Recognition Poster, September 1995

Folder 2

Zip Code Project, "Daily News Market" Zip Code Map

Folder 3, Item 1

Map, "Existing Plan Land Use: Arleta-Pacoima", December 1990

Folder 3, Item 2

Map, "Zone/Plan Revision Changes: Arleta-Pacoima", March 1995

Folder 3, Item 3

Map, Los Angeles County Precinct Map

 

Series VI: Non-Manuscript Material, 1987-2000

 

Box 12

Folder 1

Awards, New Office Opening, 1995 February 10

Folder 2

City Boundary Project, Maps, September 1993

Folder 3

Maps, General

Folder 4

Newspaper Clippings, General, 1991-2000

Folder 5

Welcome to Arleta Sign, Landscape Project, Awards and Maps, 1995 September 28

Folder 6

Zip Code Project, Maps and Posters, 1990-March 1992

Folder 7

Zoning and Maps, Regarding Kids Korner Pre-School, 1987

 

Box 13

Folder 1

Valley Industry and Commerce Association Award to the Arleta Chamber of Commerce, 1990 December 7

Folder 2

Adopt-A-Highway Award to the Arleta Chamber of Commerce for Graffiti Removal Along Interstate 5, 1993 August 27

Folder 3

Signed Guestbook from the "Welcome to Arleta Sign Dedication Ceremony", 1993 September 30

Folder 4

Community Urban Greening Award from the City of Los Angeles, 1994 November 4

Folder 5

Framed "Arleta Portrait" News Clippings, Los Angeles Times, 1997 August 17

Folder 6

Framed Map of San Fernando Valley, Reprint from Thomas Bros. Maps

Folder 7

"Citywide General Plan Framework Project," Los Angeles City Planning Department

 

Box 14

Item 1

Arleta Chamber of Commerce Scrapbook, Newspaper Clippings, Pamphlets

 

Box 15

Item 1

Arleta Chamber of Commerce Photo Album, "Welcome to Arleta" Sign Construction and Ceremony, Town Hall Meetings, Awards Ceremonies, and Meetings

 

Box 16

Item 1

Arleta Chamber of Commerce Photo Album, Induction Ceremony, Market Plaque Recipients, Dinners, Meetings, ca. 1950-ca. 1993