Morning Report: How to make Northeast L.A. bats feel at home; Eagle Rock City Hall gets a makeover

Pink Sky, Eagle Rock | Katrina Alexy

  • Not afraid of bats? The Boulevard Sentinel shares some tips on how  Northeast L.A. residents  can buy or a build a bat house.  “Bats are a bit choosey as to where they make their home,” says the story.
  • Eagle Rock’s City Hall is closed until the end of July as city crews renovate the interior and exterior, including replacing the front lawn with a new “plant palette,” according to the office of Jose Huizar.  The city will spend $186,000 on the project.

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  1. What is Eagle Rock City Hall used for?

    • It’s the Northeast L.A. office of CD 14, so some of Jose Huizar’s staff has their offices there. It’s also where the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council and some of its committees (e.g., Land Use) meet, and other community groups like the Neighborhood Watch and Collective Eagle Rock Beautiful meet there, too.

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