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1 LNP LYNWOOD N PERSPECTIVE MONTHLY CITY NEWSLETTER OF THE CITY OF LYNWOOD FEBRUARY - VOL.9 - ISSUE José Luis Solache Mayor Eduardo Zuñiga Kid Mayor of the Month January Maria T. Santillan-Beas Mayor Pro Tem Aide Castro Council Member Edwin Hernandez Council Member Salvador Alatorre Council Member Maria Quiñonez City Clerk Yolanda Rodriguez Gonzalez City Treasurer J. Arnoldo Beltran City Manager INSIDE THIS ISSUE PG. 2 POOL RENOVATION PG. 2 COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS PG. 3 TREE TRIMMING SCHEDULE PG. 5 FLIER CALENDAR PG. 6 WEIGHT LOSS CHALLENGE PG. 6 LYNWOOD TROLLEY SCHEDULE CITY CALENDAR PREVIEW FEBRUARY 7, 2015 SEN. RICARDO LARA S 4TH ANNUAL GOSPEL BRUNCH BATEMAN HALL IN LYNWOOD 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LYNWOOD SENIOR CENTER FEBRUARY 14, 2015 VALENTINE S DAY FEBRUARY 14, 2015 CONSULATE GENERAL OF MEXICO S HEALTH FAIR PLAZA MEXICO 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M. SANTA FE, SPRINGS FEATURE HONOR WITH LOVE EVERYTHING CON AMOR TODO February is a special time of the year; not because it marks the beginning of spring or thawing of winter, but because it s the one month out of the year when one can t help but think about all of the special people that we love in our lives. This month and every month, let love transcend; February doesn t have to be just for Valentines. February is also Black History Month a month specifically designated to commemorate the crucial role of African Americans in United States history. The same way February makes us want to seize the opportunity to love each other more than usual, February gives us all the opportunity to honor and shine brighter lights on the resiliences and triumphs of African Americans throughout history. After all, like Edith Wharton once said, There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. In the City of Lynwood, February is also a month to celebrate Persons and Children with Special Needs. Every February, the City of Lynwood hosts a unique celebration for its community with special needs. Working in concurrence with the Lynwood Unified School District, the annual event this Feb. 22 brings together more than 200 Children with Special Needs and their families for a day that s set aside just for them to show them how important they are in our world. Every month throughout the year is special, but in Lynwood, February takes the cake. From honoring Black History Month via Senator Ricardo Lara s highly praised Gospel Brunch (Feb. 7), to celebrating the lives of Persons with Special Needs (Feb. 22), in the City of Lynwood February isn t just about Valentine s Day. February is a time to commemorate, to honor and to love someone special past or present. February is also American Heart Month, so remember, when you re honoring the special people in your lives, don t forget to love yourself. After all, you re important, too. KID MAYOR PROGRAM DEEMED AWESOME When Kid President told the world to go out and create something that will make the world awesome, the Lynwood City Council listened. The Lynwood City Council in January kicked-off its first year-long Kid Mayor Program where one star student from one of Lynwood Unified School District s 12 elementary schools will be nominated to serve as the City s official Kid Mayor for one month. Starting the yearlong Kid Mayor Program was Lincoln Elementary School s 5th-grader Eduardo Zuñiga. Only one student, from 4th through 6th grade classes, will be nominated for the position every month and the decision will come exclusively from teachers. Kid Mayor Zuñiga was selected from about 180 students at Lincoln Elementary. While he wants to grow up to be a baseball player, Kid Mayor Zuñiga was nominated, said Lincoln Elementary School teachers, for being an excellent student, for his enthusiasm, for having very good manners and for always being willing to help and learn from others. Every Kid Mayor will receive a Proclamation, a name badge and a name plate for his or her desk at school. Along with a scholarship, each Kid Mayor will also have the opportunity to attend all City functions with the current Mayor and City Council. Spearheaded by the City s current Mayor as a way to pay it forward, the City s 2015 Kid Mayor Program gives students a hands-on lesson on leadership and civic duty. It s unanimous: the school district, teachers, students, parents and the entire community are calling the City s Kid Mayor Program brilliant and of course, awesome. A new Kid Mayor will be selected every month through After all, like Kid President says, the world needs to stop being boring. The City s Kid Mayor will be Lynwood s guarantee that 2015 will be far from boring and that is awesome. El mes de febrero es un momento especial del año, no porque marca el comienzo de la primavera o el deshielo de invierno, sino porque es el único mes del año en el que uno piensa en todas las personas especiales de nuestra vida. Este mes y cada mes, el amor debe de transcender; febrero no tiene que ser solo para Valentinos. Febrero también es el mes de Black History: un mes al año específicamente designado para conmemorar el papel fundamental de los afroamericanos en la historia de Estados Unidos. Del mismo modo que febrero nos permite aprovechar la oportunidad y amarnos más de lo habitual, también nos brinda la oportunidad de condecorar e iluminar más las resistencias y triunfos de los afroamericanos a lo largo de la historia. Después de todo, como Edith Wharton dijo, hay dos maneras de difundir luz: ser la vela o el espejo que la refleja. En la Ciudad de Lynwood, febrero también es un mes para celebrar a las Personas con Necesidades Especiales. Cada febrero, la Ciudad de Lynwood alberga una celebración única para la comunidad con necesidades especiales (22 de febrero). Junto con el Distrito Escolar Unificado de Lynwood, este evento anual reúne a más de 200 Personas con Necesidades Especiales y sus familias para un día solo para ellos para demostrarles lo importante que son en nuestro mundo. Cada mes es especial, pero en la Ciudad de Lynwood febrero se lleva el premio. Desde honrar el Mes de Black History a través del almuerzo evangelio elogiado del Senador Ricardo Lara (7 de febrero), hasta celebrar la vida de las Personas con Necesidades Especiales (22 de febrero) en la Ciudad de Lynwood febrero no se trata solo del Día de San Valentín. Febrero es un momento para conmemorar, honrar y amar a alguien especial presente o pasado. Febrero también es el Mes del Corazón; por eso recuerde: cuando esté honrando a personas especiales de su vida, no se olvide de honrarse y amarse a usted mismo. Despues de todo, usted es importante también. EL PROGRAMA ALCALDE NIÑO ES ESTUPENDO Cuando el Presidente Niño le dijo al mundo que saliera y creara algo que haría del mundo un lugar estupendo, el Municipio de Lynwood escuchó. El Municipio de Lynwood en enero inauguró el Programa Alcalde Niño de un año de duración donde se nominará a un estudiante estrella de una de las 12 escuelas primarias del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Lynwood para que actúe como Alcalde Niño oficial de la Ciudad por un mes. El niño que dio inicio al Programa Alcalde Niño de un año de duración fue Eduardo Zuñiga de 5 grado de Lincoln Elementary School. Todos los meses se nominará solo un estudiante, de 4 a 6 grado, para el puesto y la decisión la tomarán exclusivamente los maestros. El Alcalde Niño Zuñiga fue seleccionado de aproximadamente 180 estudiantes de Lincoln Elementary. A pesar de que quiere ser un jugador de baseball, el Alcalde Niño Zuñiga fue nominado, según los maestros de Lincoln Elementary School, por ser un excelente estudiante, por su entusiasmo, por tener buenos modales y por estar siempre dispuesto a ayudar y aprender de otros. Todo Alcalde Niño recibirá una Proclamación, una credencial con su nombre y una placa con su nombre para su pupitre en la escuela. Junto con una beca, cada Alcalde Niño tendrá la oportunidad de ocuparse de todas las funciones de la Ciudad con el Alcalde y el Municipio actuales. Encabezado por el Alcalde actual de la Ciudad como una forma de cadena de favores, el Programa Alcalde Niño 2015 de la Ciudad les brindan a los estudiantes una lección práctica sobre liderazgo y deber cívico. Es unánime: el distrito escolar, los maestros, los estudiantes, los padres y toda la comunidad consideran el Programa Alcalde Niño de la Ciudad brillante y, por supuesto, estupendo. Se seleccionará un nuevo Alcalde Niño por mes durante el año Después de todo, como dijo el Presidente Niño, el mundo necesita dejar de ser aburrido. El Alcalde Niño de la Ciudad será la garantía de Lynwood de que el año 2015 no será aburrido y que es estupendo. CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9 PAGE 1

2 AGENDA NOTICE The Lynwood Natatorium will not be reopening this month as it does every February. In fact, the City s 50-meter pool is expected to stay closed through the spring for extensive renovations and repairs that were recently approved by the City Council. Repairs are expected to be completed before summer. The Natatorium was closed briefly in 2014 due to water clarity issues. The pool s pump and chemical control unit were repaired but in the process, other working conditions and deficiencies of the pool were ascertained. The Natatorium building includes the indoor pool, the patio, lobby, changing and shower rooms, and a public restroom. The City Council was presented with an option to make modest repairs here and there, but in order to ensure that the pool wouldn t need any more repairs any time soon, the City Council was also presented with an extended list of the scope of work needed. The City Council chose the latter and in approving recommendations, the entire pool will have to be repainted to reduce the amount of peeling paint and floating chalk dust. Other immediate needs that will be addressed will be the repairing of doors, repairing an existing leak, replacing a pool handrail, and replacing the fire extinguisher cabinets, along with other facility deficiencies that need repair. The Natatorium is usually open between February and November, but in order to complete these repairs, the pool will remain closed for a few more months. We re hoping the repairs can be completed by summer, said Rosie Carrillo, Recreation and Community Services Specialist, who has overseen the Natatorium for 16 years. Finally, the Natatorium will be getting some much needed repairs. It s awesome, it really needs the repairs. The chemicals affect the pool, the floors and the showers more than we think they do. Our community enjoys the heated pool all year long so it may not be easy seeing their pool closed, but after all of the renovations and repairs are made the community is going to be very happy with the improvements. NOTICE POOL CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS DEVELOPMENT SERVICES RELOCATION REUBICACIÓN DE LOS SERVICIOS DE DESARROLLOS With every new year, come changes at City Hall. The Development Services Department recently moved to the City Hall s northwest wing by the Main Entrance from the temporary Annex building in front of Bateman Hall. Services that were relocated into the City Hall s northwest wing include: Code Enforcement, Planning, Building & Safety, Parking Enforcement and Animal Control. Business License will remain in a portable trailer outside of Bateman Hall for the time being. In 2012, the City Council decided to shut the doors on its dilapidating Annex Building to build a brand new, modern, two-story Annex Building. The building was torn down in the Spring of While it is still uncertain what departments will be housed in the new building, it will include a new Council Chamber and offices for all five council members. The City Manager s office will also be moved into the new building. The process of starting construction still requires another six months, but City officials estimate that construction will take place sometime at the end of After that, construction should last about eight months. These are all just estimations, but we re hoping to meet these timelines, said the City official. If all goes well, we should be looking at a brand new building by October Until then, City officials remind the Lynwood community that services will be streamlined to be delivered as efficiently and as professionally as possible. For more information on Annex Services, please call (310) Ext ALBERCA CERRADA PARA RENOVACIONES El Natatorio de Lynwood no reabrirá este mes como lo hace cada febrero. De hecho, se espera que la alberca de 50 metros de la Ciudad permanezca cerrada hasta la primavera por extensivas renovaciones y reparaciones que fueron recientemente aprobadas por el Municipio. Se espera que las reparaciones estén terminadas antes del verano. El Natatorio estuvo cerrado por poco tiempo en el año 2014 por problemas con la transparencia del agua. La bomba y la unidad de control químico de la alberca se repararon pero, durante este proceso, se descubrieron otras deficiencias y condiciones del funcionamiento de la alberca. El edificio del Natatorio incluye la alberca en el interior, el patio, el hall, los vestidores, las duchas y los baños públicos. El Municipio presentó una opción para realizar modestas reparaciones aquí y allí, pero para garantizar que la alberca no necesitaría ninguna otra reparación pronto, el Municipio también presentó una extensa lista del alcance del trabajo necesario. El Municipio eligió la extensa lista y al aprobar las recomendaciones, se volvería a pintar toda la alberca para reducir la cantidad de pintura descascarada y polvo de tiza flotando. Otras necesidades inmediatas que se satisfarán serán la reparación de las puertas, el reemplazo de un barandal de la alberca y el reemplazo de los gabinetes de los extinguidores de incendios junto con otras deficiencias de la instalación que necesitan ser reparadas. El Natatorio generalmente está abierto entre febrero y noviembre, pero para completar estas reparaciones, la alberca permanecerá cerrada durante algunos meses más. Esperamos que las reparaciones se puedan completar para el verano, dijo Rosie Carrillo, Especialista en Servicios Comunitarios y Recreación, quien ha supervisado el Natatorio durante 16 años. Finalmente, el Natatorio obtendrá las tan necesitadas reparaciones. Es increíble; realmente necesita las reparaciones. Los químicos afectan la alberca, los pisos y las duchas más de lo que creemos. Nuestra comunidad disfruta la alberca climatizada durante todo el año por eso no será fácil ver su alberca cerrada pero, después de que se realicen todas las renovaciones y reparaciones, la comunidad estará muy feliz con los mejoramientos. Cada año nuevo surgen cambios en la Municipalidad. El Departamento de Servicios de Desarrollo recientemente se mudó del edificio Anexo temporario enfrente del Bateman Hall al ala noroeste de la entrada principal de la Municipalidad. Los servicios que se reubicaron en el ala noroeste de la Municipalidad incluyen: Cumplimiento del Código, Planificación, Construcción y Seguridad, Cumplimiento de Reglas de Estacionamiento y Control Animal. La Licencia Comercial permanecerá, por el momento, en un tráiler portátil fuera de Bateman Hall. En el año 2012, el Municipio decidió cerrar las puertas en su deteriorado Edificio Anexo para construir un nuevo y moderno Edificio Anexo de dos pisos. El edificio fue demolido en la primavera del año A pesar de que es incierto qué departamentos se encontrarán en el nuevo edificio, incluirá una nueva Cámara del Municipio y oficinas para los cinco miembros del Municipio. La oficina del Administrador de la Ciudad también se trasladará al nuevo edificio. El proceso de inicio de la construcción todavía requiere otros seis meses pero los oficiales de la Ciudad estiman que la construcción tendrá lugar a finales del año Después de eso, la construcción durará aproximadamente ocho meses. Estas son todas estimaciones, pero esperamos cumplir con estos plazos, dijo el oficial de la Ciudad. Si todo va bien, deberíamos estar observando un nuevo edificio para octubre del año Hasta entonces, los oficiales de la Ciudad le recuerdan a la comunidad de Lynwood que se agilizarán los servicios para que se puedan brindar de la forma más eficiente y profesional posible. Para obtener más información sobre los Servicios Anexos, por favor llame al (310) , ext COUNCIL BRIEFS City Council Meetings 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month 6:00 p.m. - City Hall Council Chambers Open to the Public November 18, 2014 Meeting: Approved the Republication of the Request for Proposal for the Printing Services of the City s Newsletter, Lynwood N Perspective Authorized the Execution and Extension of a License Agreement between the City of Lynwood and St. Francis Medical Center for the use of the City-owned parking facility and spaces on a Month-to- Month basis until Staff Negotiates a New Agreement Approved the Installation of a Left-Hand-Turn Lane on East Bound and West Bound Directions of the Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and State Street Intersection Approved the Purchase of a new Animal Control Vehicle; 2015 Ford F-250 Pickup Truck with an Animal Control Body Authorized an Agreement Between the City of Lynwood and the National Resource Network to Develop and Implement Strategies to Promote Economic Recovery Authorized Staff to Prepare Specifications, Contract Documents and Working Details for the Street Improvement Project December 2, 2014 Meeting: Authorized the Submittal of an Application to Calrecycle, Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery for the Rubberized Pavement Grant Program for which the City of Lynwood is Eligible Approved the Use of the City s Bateman Hall Auditorium and Waive the Rental Fees for the Daughters of Charity Transaction Public Meeting to be Held by the California Attorney General s Office on January 5, 2015 Portions of the December 16, 2014 Meeting: Approved the Contract for On-Demand Dial-A-Ride Service with Administrative Services Cooperative (DBA Fiesta Taxi), for a Two- Year Agreement, with Two One-Year Extension Options Approved a Los Angeles County Sanitation District and County of Los Angeles Household Hazardous and Waste, and Electronic Waste Collection Event for Lynwood on March 14, 2015 Authorized Staff to Release a Request for Proposal to Hire a Professional Geologist to Provide a Geotechnical Report and Determine the Cause of the Subsidence on State Street and Cedar Avenue Asamblea del 18 de noviembre de 2014: Aprobó la republicación de la solicitud de propuestas para brindar servicios de impresión del boletín de la Ciudad, Lynwood N Perspective Autorizó la firma y extensión de un acuerdo de licencia entre la Ciudad de Lynwood y St. Francis Medical Center para el uso de la instalación y espacios de estacionamiento de la Ciudad de forma mensual hasta que el personal negocie un nuevo acuerdo Aprobó la instalación de un carril para girar a la izquierda en la dirección este y oeste de la intersección de Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard y State Street. Aprobó la compra de un nuevo vehículo del control de animales; una camioneta Ford F-250 Pickup 2015 con caja para el control animal Autorizó el acuerdo entre la Ciudad de Lynwood y la Red Nacional de Recursos para desarrollar e implementar estrategias para promover la recuperación económica Autorizó al personal a preparar especificaciones, documentos de contrato y detalles de trabajo para el Proyecto de Mejora de Calles Recibió y presentó un informe sobre las Especificaciones y los Planes de Modificación del Centro Comunitario Ham Park y autorizó la presentación de los Planes para el Control del Plan Asamblea del 2 de diciembre de 2014: Autorizó la presentación de una solicitud a Calrecycle; departamento de reciclado y recuperación de recursos para el programa de subsidios para pavimento con caucho para el cual la Ciudad de Lynwood es elegible Aprobó el uso del Auditorio de la Ciudad Bateman Hall y la renuncia a tarifas de alquiler para la asamblea pública sobre la transacción de Daughters of Charity a ser celebrada por la Fiscalía general de California el 5 de enero de 2015 Partes de la asamblea del 16 de diciembre de 2014: Aprobó el contrato de servicios Dial-A-Ride por encargo con Administrative Services Cooperative (DBA Fiesta Taxi), por un contrato de dos años, con posibilidad de dos extensiones de un año Aprobó un evento de recolección de Desechos Domésticos Peligrosos y de Residuos Electrónicos programado por el Distrito Sanitario del Condado de Los Ángeles y el Condado de Los Ángeles para el 14 de marzo de 2015 en la Ciudad de Lynwood Autorizó al personal a emitir una solicitud de propuestas para contratar un geólogo profesional para que brinde un informe geotécnico y determine la causa del hundimiento en State Street y Cedar Avenue PAGE 2 CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9

3 NOTICE SAFETY HAZARDOUS WASTE RESIDUOS PELIGROSOS Stop, that doesn t go in the trash! For safety purposes, don t you wish you could tell everyone that not everything goes into their trash containers. Perhaps some people don t know that things like brake fluid, paint thinner, household batteries, pesticides or motor oil do not go in the regular trash bins or storm drains, but the rest of us should know better. Items like hypodermic needles, syringes and lancets aren t supposed to go into the regular trash bin either. Not only will these items affect the landfills and oceans in negative ways, but they can also cause a hazard to the workers handling the trash/waste. Plus, our communities and the environment are endangered when these products are discarded in household garbage, sinks or in storm drains. For everyone s safety, the County of Los Angeles and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County are hosting several Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Roundups. Residents must hold onto these items until they learn about a Household Hazardous Waste and E-Waste Roundup. A Roundup is scheduled for March 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Lynwood at the intersection of Butler Avenue and Bellinger Street. Residents can also bring: cleaners with acids or lye, household and car batteries, pool chemicals, motor oil and filters, expired pharmaceuticals, anti-freeze and fluorescent light bulbs. This event will also be accepting household electronic waste such as: computer monitors, televisions, computer CPUs, keyboards, printers, cell phones, etc. What you can t bring to this event: Hazardous waste and electronic waste from businesses, explosives, ammunition, radioactive materials, trash, tires, refrigerators, washing machines and controlled substances. Deténgase, eso no va en la basura! Con fines de seguridad, no desearía poder decirles a todos que no todo va en sus contenedores de basura. Quizás, algunas personas no saben que las cosas como líquido para frenos, solvente para pintura, pilas del hogar, pesticidas o aceite de motor no van en el tacho de basura regular o en las alcantarillas, pero el resto de nosotros deberíamos saber más. Los elementos como lancetas, jeringas y agujas hipodérmicas no deben ir en el tacho de basura regular. No solo afectarán los rellenos sanitarios y océanos de forma negativa sino que pueden constituir un peligro para los trabajadores que manipulan la basura/los desechos. Además, nuestras comunidades y el ambiente están en peligro cuando estos productos se eliminan en los desechos domésticos, lavabo o en alcantarillas. Para la seguridad de todos, el Condado de Los Ángeles y los Distritos Sanitarios del Condado de los Ángeles realizan varios eventos de Recolecciones de Desechos Domésticos Peligrosos y de Residuos Electrónicos. Los residentes deben conservar estos elementos hasta que sepan de un evento de Recolección de Desechos Domésticos Peligrosos y de Residuos Electrónicos. Una Recolección está programada para el 14 de marzo de 9 a.m. a 3 p.m. en Lynwood en la intersección de Butler Avenue y Bellinger Street. Los residentes también pueden traer: limpiadores con ácido o lejía, pilas domésticas y del auto, químicos para piscinas, aceite de motor y filtros, medicamentos vencidos, anti-congelantes y focos fluorescentes. Este evento también aceptará residuos electrónicos domésticos como: monitores de computadora, televisiones, CPU de computadora, teclados, impresoras, teléfono celulares, etc. Lo que no puede traer al este evento es: Desechos peligrosos y residuos electrónicos de negocios, explosivos, municiones, materiales radiactivos, desperdicios, neumáticos, refrigeradores, lavarropas y sustancias controladas. NOTICE TREE TRIMMING SCHEDULE PROGRAMACION DE PODA DE ÁRBOLES A recent overhaul of the City s tree trimming schedule will assure that all 9,000 of the City s trees are trimmed every two years, instead of every three years. Years ago, trees in the City were being trimmed every four years. But times have changed, and while the current drought is affecting the City s tree population, it has been found that trees need to be trimmed sooner than every three or four years. From now on, each tree will be trimmed every other year. Half of the City s trees will be trimmed one year, and the other half will be trimmed the second year. For this new tree trimming schedule, the City s 4.9 square miles has been divided into two sections, the north and the south, both of which consist of six grids, for a total of 12 grids. The north section s six grids are located between Alameda Street and Atlantic Avenue west to east, and from Abbott Road to the 105 Glenn Anderson Freeway, north to south. Trees in the north portion of the City were trimmed in the year and will be trimmed again in the year, and then again in , and so on. The southern section of the City consists of six grids as well, but they are located south of the 105 Glenn Anderson Freeway all the way to the southern end of the City at Orchard, Palm and McMillan streets. One grid between Imperial Highway and Fernwood Avenue, and Atlantic Avenue and the 710 Freeway is included in the south section of the City. This section will be trimmed along with the rest of the southern section this year, year, and again in the year, and then in and so on. The City s 9,000 trees do not include trees that are on private properties. Hoping that the recent rains ease the impact of our three-year drought, City officials are continuing to monitor the City s dwindling tree numbers. Tree issues that are happening here are also happening in other Cities and the drought isn t helping, said a City official. This new schedule will ensure that our trees get trimmed in a timely manner, and at the same time, it can help us to keep better track of the state of our tree population. While the City takes care of the City s trees as best as possible, City officials encourage homeowners/property owners that it is their responsibility to upkeep and trim the trees that are on their own private properties. Una revisión reciente del cronograma de poda de árboles de la Ciudad garantizará la poda de los 9,000 árboles de la Ciudad cada dos años, en lugar de cada tres años. Años atrás, los árboles en la Ciudad se podaban cada cuatro años. Pero los tiempos cambiaron y, a pesar de que la sequía actual está afectando la población de árboles de la Ciudad, se descubrió que los árboles necesitan ser podados con más frecuencia que cada tres o cuatro años. Desde ahora en adelante, cada árbol se podará cada dos años. La mitad de los árboles de la Ciudad se podará un año y la otra mitad se podará el segundo año. Para este nuevo cronograma de poda de árboles, las 4.9 millas cuadradas de la Ciudad se dividieron en dos secciones, el norte y el sur; ambas consisten de seis redes, con un total de 12 redes. Las seis redes de la sección norte están ubicadas en Alameda Street y Atlantic Avenue de oeste a este y de Abbott Road a 105 Glenn Anderson Freeway, de norte a sur. Los árboles en la parte norte de la Ciudad se podaron en el año y se podarán nuevamente en el año y nuevamente en el año y así sucesivamente. La sección sur de la Ciudad consiste de seis redes también pero se encuentran al sur de 105 Glenn Anderson Freeway hasta el extremo sur de la Ciudad en las calles Orchard, Palm y McMillan. Una red entre Imperial Highway y Fernwood Avenue y Atlantic Avenue y 710 Freeway está incluida en la sección sur de la Ciudad. Esta sección se podará junto con el resto de la sección sur este año, y nuevamente en el año y luego en el año y así sucesivamente. Los 9,000 árboles de la Ciudad no incluyen los árboles que están en propiedades privadas. Con la esperanza de que las recientes lluvias alivien el impacto de nuestra sequía de tres años, los oficiales de la Ciudad continúan monitoreando la cantidad decreciente de árboles de la Ciudad. Los problemas con los árboles que están sucediendo aquí también existen en otras Ciudades y la sequía no ayuda, dijo un oficial de la Ciudad. Este nuevo programacion garantizará que nuestros árboles se poden en tiempo y forma y, al mismo tiempo, nos ayuda a realizar un mejor seguimiento del estado de nuestra población de árboles. Mientras la Ciudad cuida de los árboles de la Ciudad lo mejor posible, los oficiales de la Ciudad les animan a los propietarios de casas/ inmuebles que mantengan y poden los árboles que están en su propiedad privada. FEATURE LINEAR PARK WALKING TRAIL: FALL 2015 SENDERO/PARQUE LINEAL PARA CAMINATA: OTOÑO 2015 Residents following the development of the City s first Linear Walking Park can start polishing their walking shoes as its completion date of Fall 2015 is fast approaching. The park s developer was given 274 days from December 1, 2014 to complete the project, and with every day that the project is late, there will be a $2,500 fine. While both Lynwood Park and Yvonne Burke-Ham Park have sidewalks for joggers and walkers, the City of Lynwood was awarded nearly $5 million from the State of California s Parks Competitive Grant Program specifically for the City to build a Linear Walking Trail/ Park along the Fernwood corridor. The linear piece of vacant land for the proposed trail/park runs parallel to the Glenn Anderson (105) Freeway, between Atlantic Boulevard and Bullis Road. The property is about a mile long (five blocks) and ranges between 50 to 60 feet wide. Construction workers are already laying concrete for the park s walkway, which will run through the entire 5-blocks of the linear-shaped park. In the last two months, construction workers have been excavating the ground, grading the land, trenching a bioswale ditch to remove silt and pollution from surface runoff water, and laying the foundation. No time is being wasted, said a City official. While the Linear Walking Park has been in the planning process for some years now, by Fall 2015, residents will get their new park. Upon receiving the grant, the City asked residents to help design the new Linear Walking Trail/Park, and to suggest what they would like to see in this new space. Along with its linking walking trail through the entire site, the park will also feature several amenities. The park s key features include: a small dog park, community garden with a tool shed and a vegetable wash station, a fitness area, a small playground, native vegetation, solar security lighting, seating opportunities, and historical signage that tells the history of Lynwood. Every block of the park will encompass something different; Block 1) Dog Park, 2) Fitness Park, 3) Kid s Park, 4) Community Garden, 5) Nature Trail. Los residentes que siguen el desarrollo del primer Parque Lineal para Caminata de la Ciudad pueden comenzar a sacarle brillo a sus zapatillas para caminar ya que su fecha de finalización de otoño del año 2015 se aproxima rápidamente. El desarrollador del parque tenía 274 días desde el 1 de diciembre de 2014 para completar el proyecto y, con cada día de demora, se emitirá una multa de $2,500. A pesar de que el Parque de Lynwood y el Parque Yvonne Burke-Ham tienen senderos para quienes corren y caminan, a la Ciudad de Lynwood se le otorgaron aproximadamente $5 millones de parte del Programa de Subsidios de Parques Competitivos del Estado de California específicamente para construir un Sendero/Parque Lineal de Caminata a lo largo del corredor Fernwood. La parte lineal de tierra desocupada para el sendero/parque propuesto corre paralelo a la Autopista Glenn Anderson (105) entre Atlantica Boulevard y Bullis Road. La propiedad es de alrededor de una milla de largo (cinco cuadras) y tiene entre 50 y 60 pies de ancho. Los trabajadores de la construcción ya están haciendo las capas de concreto para el paso de tránsito del parque, que se extenderá a lo largo de las 5 cuadras del parque lineal. En los últimos dos meses, los trabajadores de la construcción han estado excavando la tierra, nivelando la tierra, realizando zanjas de drenaje para remover el limo y la contaminación del agua superficial de escorrentía y estableciendo los cimientos. No se pierde tiempo, dijo un oficial de la Ciudad. A pesar de que el Parque Lineal para Caminata ha sido parte del proceso de planificación por varios años, para el otoño del año 2015, los residentes tendrán su nuevo parque. Cuando recibió el subsidio, la Ciudad le pidió a sus residentes que ayudaran a diseñar el nuevo Sendero/Parque Lineal para Caminata y que sugirieran qué les gustaría ver en este nuevo espacio. Junto con un sendero de conexión para caminata a través de todo el sitio, el parque también presentará varias instalaciones. Las características principales del parque incluyen: un pequeño parque para perros, un jardín comunitario con un cobertizo de herramientas y una estación para lavar vegetales, un área de ejercicios, un pequeño patio de juegos, vegetación autóctona, iluminación de seguridad solar, lugares para sentarse y señalización histórica que cuenta la historia de Lynwood. Cada cuadra del parque abarcará algo diferente; Cuadra 1) parque para perros, 2) parque de ejercicios, 3) parque para niños, 4) jardín comunitario, 5) sendero natural. CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9 PAGE 3

4 FEATURES Starting now, we are accepting photo submissions to be featured on our Lynwood feature page. Here s how this goes: You submit photos, our staff decides on the best, and your photo gets month-long fame in our newsletter. You can send in a photo of you at a Community event, or of you involved in the Community or you can send in a photo of you doing something to make your community better. You have creative freedom. All we ask is that you are the taker of the photo, and that you think it represents the Lynwood community. Filters are allowed be as creative as you want! Send photo to 2015 LUSD ALUMNI COLLEGE CONFERENCE H undreds of Lynwood Unified middle and high school students received support and inspiration to attend college during the 15th annual Alumni College Conference on January 10 at Lynwood High School. The event drew more than 50 Lynwood Unified alumni, who gave back to their community by helping to coordinate and provide more than 30 workshops on items such as the college application process, grants and scholarships and more. It is so rewarding to see former students returning to mentor and provide resources to students, and reminding them that they were once in their shoes, said Lynwood Unified Board of Education President Maria G. Lopez. I want to thank everyone involved for the tremendous job they are doing to support our youth. More than 20 universities and organizations also staffed the event s college and resource fair, to provide additional support and information to students. This year, our theme was Preparing Today for a Brighter Tomorrow to emphasize the fact that education in our community is a priority, said Alma- Delia Renteria, Lynwood Unified Board of Education member and co-chair of the event. Renteria said the event s 2015 theme also pairs well with the City of Lynwood s Mayor s overarching goal to Build a Brighter Lynwood. The special guest speaker of the day was Ruben Canedo, a first-generation college student from UC Berkeley who speaks to college and K-12 students across the state. WEIGHT - LOSS CHALLENGE COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP M ore than 50 teams of four have signed up to participate in the 2015 Weight Loss Challenge. This City-wide friendly rivalry encourages the Lynwood community to race to lose pounds against each other in exchange for cash at the end of 12 weeks. Individuals who are participating in the competition are required to meet at Yvonne Burke-Ham Park every Saturday for 12 weeks between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. to weigh-in. The goal is to encourage the community to lose weight by eating healthy and exercising. Even though it sounds like an impossible task to accomplish in only 12 weeks, it is possible. It has been done four years in a row. Last year, the winning team of four people, or the biggest losers, lost a total of 14 percent of their total body weight and won a total of $1,200. Response for the Weight Loss Challenge has been unbelievable. Not only did last year s Challenge attract the most participants ever, but the competition s success and momentum also spilled over onto nearby Cities who took the initiative and started similar city-wide weight loss programs for their residents. Radio personality Carlos Alvarez, from Super Estrella 97.1, is donating his time with his Insanity Workout Sessions throughout the 12-weeks challenge. Participants in the Challenge need to remember that in this race, if they lose, they win! M ore than 100 volunteers took to the streets for the City s second Keep Lynwood Clean Community Cleanup on January 24, 2015 around the neighborhoods surrounding Lincoln Elementary School. Students from all across the Lynwood Unified School District and their parents joined the district and City staff for a day of raking, sweeping and picking up trash between the streets of Century Boulevard, Long Beach Boulevard, Imperial Highway and Santa Fe Avenue. The event aims to encourage residents and business owners PHOTO OF THE MONTH to help keep their properties clean all year long. The City s trash hauler also provided the area with large orange trash bins so that residents could get rid of unwanted bulky items such as mattresses, chairs, tables and rugs. This was the City s second massive Community Cleanup. The first one took place around Firebaugh High School. The next Community Cleanup is scheduled to take place around the community of Will Rogers Elementary School on Saturday, March 28, Volunteers for the next Community Cleanup may call the City s Recreation and Community Services Department at (310) Ext PROUD MOTHER Fabiola Hernandez is one proud mom this month as her first-born Eduardo Zuniga, 11, was chosen by Lincoln Elementary School to serve as the City of Lynwood s first Kid Mayor. Fabiola will be one of 12 lucky moms in 2015; she will be joined by 11 other moms this year as a new Kid Mayor will be selected from a different elementary school in the City every month. Along with a scholarship, each Kid Mayor will have the opportunity to attend all City functions with the current Mayor and City Council. The Kid Mayor Program gives students a hands-on lesson on leadership and civic duty. All Kid Mayors will be selected by each of the Lynwood Unified School District s Elementary Schools principals and teachers. 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5 COMMUNITY PROGRAM THEATRE IN THE COMMUNITY All kids are different. They play different and they express themselves differently from one another. Some kids like to play video games, some like to read books, some like to sing, and some like to dance. Some kids like veggies, while others don t, and some kids like to play outdoors, while others prefer to stay inside. The City of Lynwood offers local youth a little bit of everything to choose from: little leagues, ballet, ballet folklorico classes, karate classes and an afterschool program. But did you also know that the City of Lynwood offers a performing arts program for youth who love to express themselves on stage? Called Theatre in The Community, TITC is an after-school Performing Arts Program that is looking for youth between 8 and 14 years of age who like to sing, dance and act. Currently working on a 2015 Black History Month performance, TITC performs year-round throughout the City of Lynwood and in nearby Cities. From major City special events to grand openings, TITC is proud to represent the City of Lynwood! This past holiday season, TITC was featured in the City s Candy Cane Lane Parade, the official City s Tree Lighting Ceremony and performed at local convalescent homes. TITC is always looking for new performers. Are you interested? The TITC After-School Performing Arts Program runs Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Lynwood Community Center, Bullis Road in Lynwood. Contact Joy Andrade, Recreation Specialist at (310) , Ext. 319 or ARTE EN LA COMUNIDAD Todos los niños son diferentes. Juegan de forma distinta y se expresan diferente uno del otro. A algunos niños les gusta jugar con video juegos, a otros les gusta leer libros, a otros cantar y a otros bailar. A algunos niños les gustan las verduras, mientras que a otros no y a algunos les gusta jugar al aire libre, mientras que otros prefieren quedarse adentro. La Ciudad de Lynwood les ofrece a los jóvenes locales un poco de todo de donde elegir: pequeñas ligas, ballet, clases de ballet folclórico, clases de karate y un programa después de clase. Pero, usted también sabía que la Ciudad de Lynwood ofrece un programa de arte en vivo para los jóvenes que aman expresarse en el escenario? Con el nombre Teatro en la Comunidad, TITC es un Programa de Arte en Vivo después de la escuela que es para jóvenes de entre 8 y 14 años que les guste cantar, bailar y actuar. Actualmente trabajando en una actuación sobre el Mes de la Historia Negra 2015, el TITC realizar presentaciones durante todo el año en la Ciudad de Lynwood y en Ciudades cercanas. Desde importantes eventos especiales de la Ciudad a grandes inauguraciones, el TITC está orgulloso de representar a la Ciudad de Lynwood! En las últimas fiestas, el TITC se destacó en el Desfile de Calles Decoradas de la Ciudad, la Ceremonia oficial de Encendido de las Luces del Árbol de la Ciudad y se presentó en hogares convalecientes locales. TITC siempre está en la búsqueda de nuevos artistas. Está interesado? El Programa de Artes en Vivo después de la escuela del TITC se dicta de lunes a viernes de 3 p.m. a 6 p.m. en el Centro Comunitario de Lynwood, Bullis Road en Lynwood. Contáctese con Joy Andrade, Especialista en Recreación, al (310) , Ext. 319 o RECREATION ACTIVITIES After-school Drop-in Program Drop-in to this FREE program and meet up with friends or make new ones! We provide a variety of activities including homework assistance, Internet access, games, movies, a daily meal and an X-Box Tournament every Friday. This program operates Monday through Friday, from 2:45 p.m. to 5 p.m. during the school year at the Youth Center, Birch St. Closed on major holidays. No registration is required, however children under 9 years must be accompanied by an adult. Lynwood Gym Open for Basketball Pickup Games Stop by for a quick, FREE pick-up game at the Lynwood Community Center Gym, Monday through Wednesday, Noon to 3 p.m. No registration is required, just bring your own ball! Spring Select AYSO Soccer Coaches, register your team today! Registration fee is taken in cash only at the Lynwood Community Center. The fee is $35 per player for returning players and $55 for each new player. Coaches must present birth certificates for new players at time of registration. Uniforms are not included in team registration fee. Karate Classes Lynwood Karate Club Come learn Kenjutsuryu Karate from Tony Bautista, Renshi. The Lynwood Karate Club is open to everyone, ages 5 years through adults of all ages. Each 10-week session is $42 per person. Classes are held at Hosler Middle School, Spruce St., every Tuesday and Thursday. Beginners Class 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. and Advanced Class from 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. EVENT GOSPEL BRUNCH Hundreds of people are saving the date for Senator Ricardo Lara s annual Gospel Brunch. Entitled A Century of Black Life, History and Culture, Senator Lara s 4th Annual Gospel Brunch is scheduled to take place on Saturday, February 7, 2015 at Bateman Hall, Ernestine Ave. in Lynwood, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and is expecting more than 400 dignitaries, community leaders, activists, and residents from throughout the 33rd Senate District. Senator Lara s annual event expects people from the Cities of Cudahy, Bell, Bell Gardens, Lynwood, Maywood, Signal Hill, Paramount, South Gate, Vernon, Walnut Park, Huntington Park, Long Beach, Los Angeles and Lakewood. Every year, Senator Lara looks forward to celebrating the rich spiritual, cultural and ethnic traditions that are an integral part of the daily lives of each of the communities that he represents. Held during Black History Month, this event, Senator Lara said, commemorates the extensive contributions African Americans have made to the state of California and to the United States of America. Attendees of this highly-praised annual event will be treated to musical group performances, praise dancers, guest speakers and an impressive luncheon. Complimentary tickets for this event are available at the Lynwood Senior Center and at Senator Lara s District offices located at 3939 Atlantic Ave., Suite 107, Long Beach CA or at 6550 Miles Ave., 2nd Floor, Huntington Park, CA Tickets are limited. For further information please call (323) or (310) SENIOR CITIZEN ACTIVITIES You may register for the following programs at the Lynwood Senior Center, Ernestine Ave., Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please bring the fee in cash. Contact the Senior Services Division at (310) for more information. Pala Casino Spa & Resort Tuesday, February 10, 2015 Enjoy a short day-trip to San Diego. Depart from the Lynwood Senior Center at 9:15 a.m. and return at 6 p.m. Open to everyone 21 years & older, all participants must present valid I.D. The cost is $23 per person. Receive $5 in free play at the Casino. Valentine s Day Party Thursday, February 12, 2015 Join us for a celebration of love & friendship at the Senior Center, starting at 11 a.m. through 2 p.m. This gathering is offered during the Senior Center meal program. If you d like to purchase lunch, please call one day in advance to R.S.V.P. Senior Donation (60 yrs. & older is $2.00/Non-Senior Donation is $4.00 Original Farmers Market Thursday, February 26, 2015 Travel to the Fairfax District in Los Angeles, home of the Original Farmers Market since 1934! The coach bus departs from the Senior Center at 9 a.m. and returns at 3:30 p.m. The cost is $5 per person. PICK OF THE MONTH: A Celebration of Children with Special Needs Sunday, February 22, 2015 Join us at Bateman Hall in the Lynwood Civic Center behind City Hall, as we celebrate our friends from the special needs community! This annual free event is open to any member of the Lynwood special needs community and one parent or guardian. Enjoy food, live entertainment, free giveaways, music and have fun! Seating is limited; reserve your seats by calling (310) , Ext The last day to register is February 18, CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9 PAGE 5

6 Hatred and bitterness can never cure the disease of fear; only love can do that. Hatred paralyzes life; love releases it. Hatred confuses life; love harmonizes it. Hatred darkens life; love illuminates it. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. LYNWOOD COMMUNITY FEATURE The story of Black History Month begins in 1915, half a century after the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in the United States. That September, the Harvard-trained historian Carter G. Woodson and the prominent minister Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), an organization dedicated to researching and promoting achievements by Black Americans and other peoples of African descent. Known today as the Association for the Study of African American Life and FLIER CALENDAR 4TH ANNUAL GOSPEL BRUNCH State Sen. Ricardo Lara, in partnership with the City of Lynwood, the Lynwood Unified School District, the Lynwood Bingo Club and Members of the Community, are hosting the 4th annual Gospel Brunch. Themed A Century of Black Life, History and Culture, this year s highly praised and attended event adds the Lula Washington Dance Theater to its lineup of entertainers and guest speakers. More than 400 people from throughout Sen. Lara s Senate District attend the annual Black History Month celebration. The event takes place on Saturday, February 7, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bateman Hall, Ernestine Ave., Lynwood, CA Complimentary tickets can be picked up or requested at the Lynwood Senior Center or at Sen. Lara s district offices in Long Beach or in Huntington Park. HEALTH FAIR Be Social Productions, in collaboration with the Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles, is hosting a mega health fair on Saturday, February 14, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Plaza Mexico in Lynwood. The objective of this event is to provide to the community free health screening services and valuable health resource information that Los Angeles County offers for them. The event also will feature booths that specialize in assisting families in enrolling for health care as the deadline for Covered California is quickly approaching. Individuals seeking to apply for health care must provide a California identification card, show proof of residence, proof of income taxes, and legal proof of U.S. residency. More than 3,000 people are expected to attend this health fair. Screening tests available at the fair include: cholesterol, HIV, blood pressure, glucose and others. Plaza Mexico is located at 3100 E. Imperial Highway, Lynwood, CA SOCAL GAS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM BLACK HISTORY MONTH. SoCalGas offers many assistance programs for customers with financial difficulties. SoCalGas has expanded its participation guidelines for its bill assistance programs. The income requirements to qualify for the California Alternate Rates for Energy Program were raised this year so that a family of one that earns up to $31,460 may now receive 20 percent off of their monthly natural gas bill. This also qualifies residents for the Energy Savings Assistance Program, which qualifies customers for free energy-saving home upgrades. SoCalGas also has a Middle Income Direct Install Program, a Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, and a Gas Assistance Fund Program all of which provide assistance for customers with financial difficulties. SoCalGas also offers a Medical Baseline Allowance Program for customers who have a member of their household who is seriously disabled or who has a life-threatening medical condition. SoCalGas understands that all of their customer s needs are different. Some customers might be recently unemployed, some not, but whenever there is financial difficulty, SoCalGas encourages customers to call and see how they can provide assistance. Not only is SoCalGas offering bill assistance programs, but customers can also participate in rebates and energy efficiency programs or in payment arrangement opportunities. For more information, SoCalGas customers may go online at or call (877) History (ASALH), the group sponsored a national Negro History week in 1926, choosing the second week of February to coincide with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass. The event inspired schools and communities nationwide to organize local celebrations, establish history clubs and host performances and lectures. The NAACP was founded on February 12, 1909, the centennial anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. In the decades that followed, mayors of cities across the country began issuing yearly proclamations recognizing Negro History Week. By the late 1960s, thanks in part to the Civil Rights Movement and a growing awareness of Black identity, Negro History Week had evolved into Black History Month on many college campuses. President Gerald R. Ford officially recognized Black History Month in 1976, calling upon the public to seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history. Since then, every American president has designated February as Black History Month and endorsed a specific theme. The 2015 theme is, A century of Black Life, History and Culture. COMMUNITY CALENDAR FEBRUARY 7, 2015 SEN. RICARDO LARA S 4TH ANNUAL GOSPEL BRUNCH BATEMAN HALL IN LYNWOOD 10 A.M. TO 1 P.M. FREE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT LYNWOOD SENIOR CENTER FEBRUARY 11, 2015 LOW-COST PET CLINIC DOG AND CAT VACCINES/MICROCHIPS LYNWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER BULLIS ROAD 6 P.M. TO 8 P.M. FEBRUARY 14, 2015 VALENTINE S DAY FEBRUARY 14, 2015 CONSULATE GENERAL OF MEXICO S HEALTH FAIR PLAZA MEXICO 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M. FEBRUARY 16, 2015 PRESIDENT S DAY CITY HALL CLOSED FEBRUARY 22, 2015 CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS CELEBRATION BATEMAN HALL IN LYNWOOD 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. REGISTRATION REQUIRED (310) EXT. 319 FEBRUARY 24, 2015 BLOCK WATCH MEETING BATEMAN HALL IN LYNWOOD 6 P.M. IMPORTANT NUNMBERS Bateman Hall (310) City Hall (310) Code Enforcement (310) Compton Court (310) Waste Resources (888) Dial-A-Taxi (855) Fire Inspection (310) Fire Station #147 (310) Fire Station #148 (310) Hall of Records (562) Health Department, Environmental (213) L.A. County, Sheriff s Department (323) Lynwood Library (310) Lynwood Natatorium (310) Lynwood Post Office (Atlantic Ave.) (310) Lynwood Post Office (Long Beach Blvd.) (310) Lynwood Unified School District (310) Lynwood Senior Center (310) Lynwood Sports Office (310) Lynwood Youth Center (310) Senior Meals (310) Street Sweeping (562) Service Request (310) x. 207 Trolley, MV Transit (562) Used Oil Recycling (800) Bulky Item Pick-up (888) Animal Control Request (310) x. 207, 312 PAGE 6 CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9

7 LYNWOOD BUSINESS TO ADVERTISE YOUR BUSINESS C A LL : (310 ) , ex t SPECIALS COUPONS SPECIAL PRICE! $3.99 +tax on all white display boards Happy Valentine s Day PAID ADVERTISEMENT Free Drink with Purchase of ANY Meal! February 13, 14, 15, 2015 Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner 3102 E. Imperial Highway, Lynwood, CA Free 21 oz. drink with a purchase of any Plate TWO LOCATIONS: Long Beach Blvd Tweedy Blvd #101 South Gate Ca Lynwood, CA (323) (310) PAID ADVERTISEMENT Offer expires on March 15, 2015 TRANSIT LYNWOOD TROLLEY/BREEZE SCHEDULE The City s two big red Trolleys and its two white Lynwood Breeze Buses operate on four different routes seven days a week throughout the City s 4.9 square mile radius. Each trolley and bus has its own route. This transportation service runs along all of the City s major thoroughfares and through its neighborhood streets. All four routes begin and end their routes at the City s Transit Center. The City s Transit Center is located on the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Bullis Road. Color-coded on this map (pictured), the trolleys and the Lynwood Breeze Buses operate on different schedules. Schedules are also modified on weekends and on no-school days. You may go to the City s website at for times and a clearer picture of all four routes. Route A - Red Regular: 7 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 5:29 p.m. No-School: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 5:29 p.m. Weekend: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 3:29 p.m. Route B - Green Regular: 7 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 5:25 p.m. No-School: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 5:25 p.m. Weekend: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 3:55 p.m. Route C - Purple (30 minute break after 11 a.m.) Regular: 7 a.m. at Transit Center in 1 hour intervals. Last stop is 5:25 p.m. No-School: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 1 hour intervals. Last stop is 5:25 p.m. Weekend: 9 a.m. at Transit Center in 1 hour intervals. Last stop is 4:25 p.m. Route D - Blue Regular : 7 a.m. at Transit Center in 30 minute intervals. Last stop is 6 p.m. For more detailed information regarding the Lynwood Trolley/ Breeze scheduled routes please go to the City s website at CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9 PAGE 7

8 BUSINESS CELEBRATE Valentine s Day WITH CHOCOLATE COVERED STRAWBERRIES PAID ADVERTISEMENT Long Beach Blvd. #8 (310) Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. CALL A STATE FARM AGENT FOR A QUOTE 24/7 NO BROKER FEES AND NO COMMISSIONS! PAID ADVERTISEMENT Delores Stubbs (310) E. Imperial Highway Lynwood, CA AUTO HOME BUSINESS State Farm Mutual Automible Insurance Company. State Farm Indeminty Company, Bloomington, IL statefarm.com PAGE 8 CITY OF LYNWOOD NEWSLETTER FEBRUARY 2015 ISSUE 2 VOL. 9

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