The Annual Members’ Meeting of Bel Air Hills Association will be held on Tuesday evening, May 22, 2018, at 6:30 PM in the Roscomare Elementary School auditorium. We hope that all members will attend. Nonmembers in our neighborhood are welcome to attend and may join BAHA at that time. As usual we have invited our Councilman Paul Koretz, who will be attending, and representatives from the LAPD and LAFD. Doors will open at 6:10 pm so that the meeting can begin promptly at 6:30 pm. The business portion of the meeting will include a review of committee activities for the preceding fiscal year and election of Directors for the ensuing fiscal year. Formal notices, including a listing of Directors who will be voted upon at the Annual Meeting, are being emailed to all who are members of BAHA as of April 30, 2018 (the record date). Members for which we do not have email addresses will receive their notices through regular mail.Read More »
The Bel Air Hills Association Annual Members’ Party was held on Sunday, April 22, 2018, from 3:00-6:00 pm., in the magnificent setting of the home of a very gracious and generous BAHA member. There was a wonderful turn out of members and their families and there were a number of people who joined BAHA that day. If you haven’t joined or renewed you membership in BAHA yet, you can do so here.Read More »
In our last issue of Newsbites, we discussed how you can go on Nextdoor Bel Air Hills and join the Nextdoor BAHA Members Traffic Group to share workable ideas for improving traffic conditions and create a strong consensus on potential workable traffic mitigation concepts that our Chair of the Traffic Committee can bring to our local elected officials for action. But, in addition to ideas to try and solve our difficult traffic issues, it is incumbent upon all residents in the BAHA neighborhood to set a good example in our driving through the neighborhood, particularly on Roscomare Road. That means driving at a reasonable speed—remember the posted speed limit is 25 mph—and observing full stops at all stop signs. If we expect cut-through drivers to respect our neighborhood, we need to demonstrate what that means.Read More »
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