Several residents raised these issues at the recent WVHA annual meeting held February 26, 2015 at St. John’s Presbyterian Church. Our LAPD Senior Lead Officer, Juan Ceja, responded that he and other officers are happy to step up enforcement. But, be careful what you wish for: Officer Ceja says that most offenders are Westside Village residents, not outsiders rushing through our neighborhood. In the past, speeders and non-stoppers may have received warnings; now they will get traffic tickets.
So, slow down, stop at the signs, and follow all other traffic laws. You’ll avoid traffic tickets and we’ll all be safer!
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