Image pilfered from https://thedcontinuum.wordpress.com/2014/08/06/the-home-despot/ In case you haven't heard, Home Depot purchased the property at the SE corner of Devonshire and Balboa, and plans to demolish everything from Regency Theater to Ralphs, and replace it all with a Home Depot. But before you get mad at Home Depot for wiping out community-friendly storefronts with an industrial-style warehouse focused primarily on serving contractors (and sure, they're partially to blame), go back a step prior and learn about the proposal to expand the Van Nuys Airport which will crowd out the existing Home Depot on Roscoe just east of Balboa. Watch this page for info and updates, and put this event on your calendar: Town Hall Meeting 2 pm – 6 pm Sunday, Aug. 14 John F. Kennedy High School 11254 Gothic Avenue, Granada Hills Reproducing post on GHSNC.org here: Representatives of The Home Depot Corp. have filed an application with Los Angeles City Planning to build a new Home De
Some of you parents in G.H. have been dropping off your children at the Northridge mall on Friday nights. I understand that you think it is O.K., but it just is not.ReplyDelete
The Mall is in chapter 11 and will never get out of is if all people see are screming little kids all night.
Two years ago, that would have been O.K.,but the mall is now looking for a buyer and can not find one as it is known as the 'kids mall.'
There are many other aspects to this subject, one being if you drop two hundred teens in one area with no adults, what do you think they are going to do?
Two, can you take care you them? I work at the Mall, and would hate to see my place closed down because you do not want to spend time with your kid on Friday nights. We are not talking about older kids, these are mostly Junior High kids.
Please, G.H., invite all those kids you think its so great for your kid to be around all night to YOUR house.If it is such a great idea and the mall kids are so safe and nice, have them over you YOUR house.