With 2007 now just a memory, the Crescenta Valley Town Council is gearing up for a year of new projects while continuing to tackle residual issues including trash, graffiti, cell towers, and the need for a community dog park.
“I am really excited and looking forward to working with [the county and council’s newly formed] task force and identifying a site for a dog park,” said Cheryl Davis, one of the three newly elected Town Council members. “I hope 2008 is the year of the dog,” Davis said. In her president’s report, Grace Andrus listed significant issues and activities the council addressed in 2007, including moving the council meetings to the Crescenta Valley High School Career Center; beautifying the senior garden at Crescenta Valley Park; community trash cleanup and Clean and Green campaign; presenting one beautification and three “Honored Historic Homes” awards. The Council also wrote letters to officials with the county or the city of Glendale expressing the council’s opinion or community needs.