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Powerful Storm To Slam North Hollywood, Triggering Flood Advisory

Up to an inch per hour of rain is expected Wednesday as a powerful new storm moves into the region.Patch StaffNORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA — The most powerful storm in a series of back-to-back rainstorms is expected to slam the Los Angeles region Wednesday, triggering a flash flood warning across Los Angeles County along with high surf advisories.After days of on-and-off showers, the water-logged region faces a deluge of 2-4 inches of rain along the coast and valleys and another 4-8 inches in the mountains, according to t...

Up to an inch per hour of rain is expected Wednesday as a powerful new storm moves into the region.

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NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA — The most powerful storm in a series of back-to-back rainstorms is expected to slam the Los Angeles region Wednesday, triggering a flash flood warning across Los Angeles County along with high surf advisories.

After days of on-and-off showers, the water-logged region faces a deluge of 2-4 inches of rain along the coast and valleys and another 4-8 inches in the mountains, according to the National Weather Service. With up to an inch of rainfall an hour expected during downpours, the risk of flooding remains high. The heaviest rainfall is expected to occur late Wednesday through Thursday morning.

Los Angeles faces up to four inches of rain Wednesday and Thursday and massive waves between 8 and 15 feet-tall Friday, according to the National Weather Service. Temperatures are expected to hover in the low 60s.

“These rates and amounts could cause significant flash flooding or debris flows across the region in and outside of recent burn scars with significant small stream and urban flooding possible,” the National Weather Service warned.

The heavy rainfall and unusually cold temperatures are expected to continue through Friday when waves generated by the powerful Pacific storm are expected to peak at 8 to 15 feet, potentially shutting down or damaging piers up and down the Los Angeles County coastline.

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Health officials are alos warning people to avoid entering ocean water near discharging storm drains or rivers due to possible bacterial infection. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued an ocean water quality rain advisory that was in effect until 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Health officials noted that stormwater runoff that reaches the ocean can carry bacteria, chemicals, debris trash and other health hazards. People who come in contact with impacted water in the ocean could become ill, health officials said.

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Neighborhood Spotlight: West Toluca Lake

West Toluca Lake is probably my favorite neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley partly because of the wonderful 1920's Spanish Bungalows and craftsman style homes that are still standing, the tree-lined streets, the caroling trucks that makes its way through the neighborhood every Christmas Eve, the yearly block party that almost everyone attends but mostly because of the people.I have been the West Toluca Lake Real Estate Specialist for over 20 years and it would probably be safe to say that I have sold more homes there than any oth...

West Toluca Lake is probably my favorite neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley partly because of the wonderful 1920's Spanish Bungalows and craftsman style homes that are still standing, the tree-lined streets, the caroling trucks that makes its way through the neighborhood every Christmas Eve, the yearly block party that almost everyone attends but mostly because of the people.

I have been the West Toluca Lake Real Estate Specialist for over 20 years and it would probably be safe to say that I have sold more homes there than any other single Realtor. When I deliver the Real Estate newsletter I am always greeted with waves and smiling faces and am often invited in so the homeowner can show me some new updates to their home. That's the way people are in West Toluca Lake. They talk to each other, they wave as they pass each other in their cars and they smile a lot.

Once someone calls West Toluca Lake home they usually stay. There are houses that have been occupied by the same family since the 20's or 30's. People have moved away looking for greener pastures only to come back and offer to buy their old house back (this really did happen). West Toluca Lake is just a great place to live.

Where is West Toluca Lake? The community of West Toluca Lake is approximately 2 miles west of Toluca Lake and the Burbank border, 2 miles north of Universal City, approximately 1 mile south of the Academy Theatre and the center of the NoHo Arts District, and 2 miles northeast of Studio City. It is bounded by Camarillo Street, Vineland Avenue, and Riverside Drive.

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The average sales price for a single family home In West Toluca Lake is $1,001,267. The average sales price for a condo or townhouse is $543,417.

West Toluca Lake home values have risen almost 6% over the past year and it is predicted that they will go up another 1% within the next year.

West Toluca Lake Home Values Update: Real Estate Stats –

West Toluca Lake Homes Sales. Today there are 4 Active Listings In West Toluca Lake.

The breakdown of those listings is as follows:

Single Family Homes For Sale In West Toluca Lake – 1Priced at $1,595,000 and has been on the market for a combined 196 days

Condos and Townhouses For Sale In West Toluca Lake – 3They range in price from $499,950 - $699,000The average price is $614,000

Single Family Homes Sold In the last 180 days – 6They range in price from - $680,000 - $1,589,000Average Sales Price $1,001,267Average Time On The Market – 62 Days

Condos/Townhomes Sold In West Toluca Lake – 6They range in price from $422,500 – $619,000Average Sales Price $567,600Average Time On The Market – 61 Days

Heather FarquharKeller Williams RealtyCaBRE# 01010047Heather@HeatherHouseHunter.com818-579-2050

Scenes From Christmas Past Light up Popular Lawn Display in Toluca Lake

TOLUCA LAKE, Calif. — They’re the most famous children’s choir in Toluca Lake, caroling each night in perfect formation on the corner of Moorpark and Mariota. But don’t be fooled by their youthful appearance. Homeowner Glenn Geller says most of these kids are in their 50s.“So it’s a blow mold form and these are from the 60s and 70s,” he explains, standing next to the carefully placed figures. “You can see their faces are really old. They are very brittle and fragile.”Geller ...

TOLUCA LAKE, Calif. — They’re the most famous children’s choir in Toluca Lake, caroling each night in perfect formation on the corner of Moorpark and Mariota. But don’t be fooled by their youthful appearance. Homeowner Glenn Geller says most of these kids are in their 50s.

“So it’s a blow mold form and these are from the 60s and 70s,” he explains, standing next to the carefully placed figures. “You can see their faces are really old. They are very brittle and fragile.”

Geller and his husband Jim Maresca have been collecting retro holiday décor for years. They have 52 of the life-sized singers which have since taken on a life of their own.

“People stop by all the time – whether it’s Christmas time or not – and tell us how much they love the choir, how much joy it brings them when they see the choir, don’t every stop doing the choir,” Geller recites. “Everybody loves the choir blow molds.”

But his collection doesn’t stop there and neither does his lawn display. The centerpiece of the yard is an 18-foot tall tower of toy soldiers, more than 100 in all.

“Every year we have to do something bigger,” Geller laughed, “and so I thought I want to do a tower of blow molds and the only thing I could collect in a large quantity was the soldiers.”

He custom built a base for the soldiers to stand on and tied them with fishing wire to protect them from toppling in the wind.

Looking up at the massive Christmas tree shaped tower, he admired the impact of his handiwork. “I think it makes quite a statement from the street,” he said.

Another collection consists of large blow mold ornaments that cities used to hang from the flank to the front of the house. To Geller, they resemble “earrings on a grand old lady.”

But Geller truly lights up when he talks about what may in fact be the piece that started him down this holiday path. He remembers his parents driving him around his Indiana town to see the lawn displays, “and somebody had on his yard Santa and his nine reindeer and they were just taking off,” he describes, “I remember thinking I want to have flying reindeer.”

One year, he says, he turned to his husband and said he wanted to add them to their display. “And why not?” Geller said, “I can do anything I want. I’m an adult. I can have some flying reindeer. And we put that up and the kids were so excited.

These scenes from his childhood fill his memory and his attic. That’s where he stores the choir plus more than 5,000 ornaments that he uses to decorate 11 Christmas trees each year. Underneath those tree, he displays his collection of holiday boxes from Marshall Fields’s, the now closed Midwest department store his family would shop in. You’d be amazed, he says, how much people charge on eBay for “an old box that used to be free with purchase.”

Geller spends a lot of time on eBay actually, scouring the site for authentic artifacts. Once he got in an all out bidding war with one other person to buy a blow mold banner that now hangs on the front of the house.

“And I got home and I told Jim that I spent a lot of time and really overpaid for this really unique little banner of lights that said 'Merry Christmas,'” Geller said, “and he said, ‘oh my god, I was the person bidding against you.’”

With his deep sense of nostalgia for Christmas past, it’s almost too perfect that Geller and Maresca should live here, a house that’s part of American holiday lore. It’s called "Lilley Hall," after previous owner Joseph Lilley.

“He was the arranger and composer for Bing Crosby and Bob Hope,” Geller says. “He even did the musical arrangements for White Christmas in this house. Mary, his daughter, tells me that the cast party of White Christmas happened in our living room.”

When he heard all this, he knew this was the house he was meant to live in. He even framed a screenshot of Lilley’s credit from White Christmas which he displays during the holiday season.

Which brings us to Christmas present and this year’s official lighting with neighbor, Morgan Fairchild.

Geller says skipping the decorations this year because of the pandemic never even crossed his mind. “This year has been pretty rough for everybody,” he said, “and I think it’s nice to have something that feels normal.”

It’s hard work, for sure, especially in January, but it’s worth it, he says, if the children who peer into his yard feel that same magic that captured him when he was a boy.

“I hope that when they are adults they look back and say, ‘Remember that house you used to take us by all the time that had everything in the yard?” he imagined. “That actually makes me really happy.”

And while he can’t deliver a white Christmas, he’s determined to make these last days of 2020 a lot more merry and bright.

Survey Aims to Preserve Historical Gems in Toluca Lake

A branch of city government is nudging owners of historical properties to apply for a program that could ensure financial support for upkeep.SurveyLA scours the city in search of homes and buildings with colorful pasts. In its most recent newsletter, the a series of Toluca Lake gems were identified as being eligible to apply for the Mills Act program by a May 23 deadline."The Mills Act is the City’s primary financial incentive for...

A branch of city government is nudging owners of historical properties to apply for a program that could ensure financial support for upkeep.

SurveyLA scours the city in search of homes and buildings with colorful pasts. In its most recent newsletter, the a series of Toluca Lake gems were identified as being eligible to apply for the Mills Act program by a May 23 deadline.

"The Mills Act is the City’s primary financial incentive for owners of historic properties," a statement on SurveyLA's website read. "It offers a voluntary contract between a property owner and the City of Los Angeles that can help support ongoing rehabilitation needs."

In its current newsletter SurveyLA noted the follow properties:

The Toluca Lake Commercial Historic District, encompassing most of the city block extending along both sides of Riverside Drive, between Riverton Avenue and Willowcrest Avenue, with mostly one-story commercial buildings constructed between 1935 and 1963 with a consistent pedestrian scale and orientation, buildings set at the sidewalk, and wide concrete sidewalks with mature street trees.

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World Savings, at 10064 Riverside Dr., an excellent example of (Continued from page 3) a Late Modern bank, constructed in 1982, designed by internationally-acclaimed Los Angeles architect Frank Gehry.

Barris Kustom Industries, at 10807 Riverside Dr., the long-term business of George Barris, the "king of kustomizers," who has been designing and modifying vehicles for film and television at this location since the early 1960s, including the Batmobile, the Dukes of Hazard General Lee, and the Beverly Hillbillies' truck.

Amelia Earhart Residence, at 10042 Valley Spring Lane, home of pioneer aviatrix Amelia Earhart and her husband, publisher George P. Putnam; Amelia Earhart lived here while preparing for her around-theworld flight that began in 1937.

9918 W. Toluca Lake Ave., a 1929 home that is an excellent example of Tudor Revival architecture in the Toluca Lake Park neighborhood, and which was also the longtime residence of Robert C. Wian, founder of the restaurant chain Bob's Big Boy; this house is just blocks from the oldest remaining Bob's Big Boy restaurant, on Riverside Drive in Burbank.

The Bing Crosby Residence, at 4326 Forman Ave. (pictured), a 1933 Tudor Revival home that was Crosby’s first residence in Toluca Lake, from 1933 to 1936; and the Bob and Dolores Hope Estate at 10346 Moorpark St., a large two-story single-family residence designed in the French Revival style with Tudor Revival influences by noted architect Robert Finkelhor.

The full edition of the newsletter is attached to this article.

Click here to see what other properties in North Hollywood and Valley Village are highlighted by SurveyLA.

July 4th Fireworks 2022 Near North Hollywood & Toluca Lake

Patch has your complete guide to Independence Day fireworks shows, parades and other celebrations in and around San Fernando Valley.NORTH HOLLYWOOD-TOLUCA LAKE, CA — Happy birthday, America!After a year or two of COVID-related restrictions, cities and towns throughout the San Fernando Valley and nearby, including near North Hollywood and Toluca Lake, are back in the star-spangled swing with Fourth of July parades, events and fireworks extravaganzas.July 4, 2022 falls on a Monday. Do note not all Independence Day ...

Patch has your complete guide to Independence Day fireworks shows, parades and other celebrations in and around San Fernando Valley.

NORTH HOLLYWOOD-TOLUCA LAKE, CA — Happy birthday, America!

After a year or two of COVID-related restrictions, cities and towns throughout the San Fernando Valley and nearby, including near North Hollywood and Toluca Lake, are back in the star-spangled swing with Fourth of July parades, events and fireworks extravaganzas.

July 4, 2022 falls on a Monday. Do note not all Independence Day events are on that date, with several spread throughout the holiday weekend or earlier. And always confirm with organizers that events are proceeding as planned.

Scroll through our annual event guide to find what's going on near you. And have a happy, safe and festive 4th of July, from Patch!

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JULY 4: Starlight Bowl July 4th Concert, Flyover & Fireworks. Military color guard to accompany the national anthem.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fun Run, Splash Party & Fireworks. Full day culminates with fireworks at Calabasas High School.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks Show. Aerial show launches from Camarillo Premium Outlet.

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JULY 1 & 4: LA Dodger July 4th Weekend Fireworks & Games. The great American pastime ... followed by fireworks extravaganza.

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JULY 2-4: July 4th Fireworks, L.A. Philharmonic, Steve Martin & Martin Short: Hollywood Bowl. "Join us for one of LA’s greatest July Fourth traditions."

JULY 2-4: July 4th Weekend Outdoor Movies & Fireworks: Hollywood Forever Cemetery. A different movie each night, plus DJs, food & photo booths.

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JULY 2: Speedway July 2nd 'Night of Destruction' & Fireworks. For fans, an autograph session is 6 p.m.

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JULY 4: July 4th Crescenta Valley Fireworks, Music & Kids' Fun. Back to in-person format featuring music, inflatables & food trucks.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza: Antelope Valley Fairgrounds. Collaboration with cities of Lancaster & Palmdale.

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JULY 1 & 4: LA Dodger July 4th Weekend Fireworks & Games. The great American pastime ... followed by fireworks extravaganza.

JULY 4: July 4th LAX Coastal Parade. This year's theme is"Yours for a Better Community: Celebrating the Best of America," in honor of philanthropist Howard Drollinger’s 100th birthday in Westchester.

JULY 4: Grand Park July 4th Block Party & Fireworks. Night of food, music, DJs, dancing & fireworks!

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JULY 1-4: July 4th Weekend Fireworks. Check for latest updates on barge displays.

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JULY 3: July 3rd Fireworks Extravaganza. Tickets on sale for the evening featuring Live music & more.

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JULY 4: July 4th Pancake Breakfast, Concert & Fireworks. Community swim & Home Run Derby planned, as well.

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JULY 4: July 4th Will Rogers 5K, 10K & Kids' Fun Run. Annual event, dating to 1977, draws participants from young children to those 80 years old!

JULY 4: July 4th Parade, Flyover & Fireworks. Advance ticket sales required for fireworks.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza: Antelope Valley Fairgrounds. Collaboration with cities of Lancaster & Palmdale.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks & AmericaFest: Rose Bowl Stadium. Celebrating its 96th year!

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JULY 2-4: July 4th Weekend Fest & Fireworks: Six Flags Magic Mountain. Featuring nightly fireworks.

JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks: Westfield Valencia Town Center. Soundtrack broadcasts live on KHTS AM 1220.

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JULY 1-5: July 4th Weekend Ferris Wheel Flag Display: Pacific Park. Pacific Wheel will fly a 90-feet tall American flag & interchanging display for weekend celebration.

JULY 4: July 4th Parade. "We're proud to honor our community heroes, first responders during the pandemic years: healthcare, public safety & food service workers."

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JULY 2: Star Spangled Rock 'N Country Jam & Fireworks. With music all day & kids' fun zone, too

JULY 4: Annual July 4th Celebration: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum. Free activities include picnic races, carnival games, face painting, bouncers & Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department Concert Band.

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JULY 4: July 4th Parade: Sunland-Tujunga-Shadow Hills LA. Community tradition sponsored by the Rotary Club.

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JULY 3: Metaphysical & Artisan Marketplace. Begin the holiday weekend with healing arts.

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JULY 4: July 4th Pancake Breakfast, Concert & Fireworks. Community swim & Home Run Derby planned, as well.

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JULY 2-4: July 4th Weekend Fireworks: Universal Studios Hollywood. With nightly fireworks show.

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JULY 2-4: July 4th Weekend Fest & Fireworks: Six Flags Magic Mountain. Featuring nightly fireworks.

JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks: Westfield Valencia Town Center. Soundtrack broadcasts live on KHTS AM 1220.

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JULY 3: Rotary's July 3rd Fireworks & Family Picnic. Tickets on sale online, or cash only at gate.

JULY 4: July 4th Street Fair & Pushem-Pullem Parade. This year's theme is "2022: Red, White & Blue!"

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JULY 4: July 4th Parade & Fireworks. Food, music & activities planned for fireworks spectacular.

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JULY 4: July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza: Warner Park. Councilmember Bob Blumenfield’s event is "one of the most spectacular fireworks displays in Southern California."

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