San Fernando Valley roundup: Locals compete in Olympics, Hospitals get new CEO and Officials install LED lights

Good morning, readers. Today is Friday, July 27. Celestial sightings are going to get a little clearer for Valley dwellers.

The city of Los Angeles is working on replacing streetlamps with LED lights, which are expected to cut down on light pollution. The color is also supposed to mirror the light of the moon. NoHo Patch

Two schools in Canoga Park were put on lockdown Thursday as police searched for a suspect who had an arrest warrant. He was found by a police dog in the afternoon. Daily News

A new CEO will lead both Sherman Oaks Hospital and Encino Hospital Medical Center. Bockhi Park previously worked at Sherman Oaks for over 27 years. In her new role, she will communicate with stakeholders and lead daily operations. SFV Business Journal

You may see some familiar faces while watching the Olympics, which offically begins today. Sherman Oaks resident Alex Osborne will compete in a rowing team. Sherman Oaks Patch

Come September, it may take awhile to get a response back from an elected offcial or a crew to fill a pothole in Glendale. The city sheds 110 positions Aug. 31. Glendale News-Press

What's the next level after negative mailers? A website, apparently. Rep. Howard Berman's team launched this week. L.A. Times

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