?Aside from a free digital subscription to the New York Times, the access and benefits an LA Public Library card can provide really does make it the best card in LA.Read More
?Marie Verdin was last seen around 12:00 am on 9/18/16 at her home in Pacoima, CA. She was wearing a v-neck t-shirt and sweat pants. She may also be wearing a green jacket and white Jordans or Vans. she does not have her phone with her. Marie has braces on her teeth.Read More
The City Council recently voted to revamp how the city collects fees from developers to increase funding for parks and recreation spaces throughout LA under the state’s Quimby Act.Read More
On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a resolution to support Measure M, the half-cent sales tax measure on the Nov. 8 ballot that, if approved, will raise $860 million a year countywide to revolutionize LA’s transportation network and add 465,690 new jobs across the region.Read More
Come join us Saturday, October 1 at Fire Station 87 in Granada Hills.
Thank you to Mark Hovater for this video.
Parents and families are invited to an upcoming education town hall October 22, 2016. This town hall will be an opportunity for the non-profit Great Public Schools Now to learn from each other and talk about the educational needs unique to our neighborhood.Read More
?City Council President Herb Wesson announced today he will serve as caretaker of a San Fernando Valley district that was left unrepresented by the departure of Councilman Felipe Fuentes.Read More
?Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson said Thursday that he has selected himself to temporarily manage the San Fernando Valley district represented until recently by Felipe Fuentes.
Wesson, whose own district stretches from Koreatown to South Los Angeles, will oversee services in the northeast Valley for the next six to eight months, depending on when the contest to replace Fuentes is decided.
?The program to provide a free year at Los Angeles Community College District was inspired by calls made under America’s College Promise.
Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, and Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom joined Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles education officials Wednesday to launch a program that will provide a year of free community college tuition to Los Angeles Unified School District graduates.
LA County Online High School – Homeless Student Outreach LuncheonRead More
The Los Angeles City Council Homelessness and Poverty Committee (H&P) Chair Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Vice-Chair Councilmember José Huizar, announced this week the appointment of Meg Barclay as the City’s Homelessness Coordinator.Read More
?For all of you who have been Saving the Drop, Mayor Garcetti will be launching the Drop Defenders online competition inviting Angelenos to showcase how they have saved water. One winner from each City Council district will be selected. They will be accepting entries starting on September 15th. For more information, click here.Read More
?The Los Angeles City Council confirmed by a unanimous vote (13-0), the appointment of David H. Wright as General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the largest municipally-owned water and electric utility in the nation. Wright had been nominated by Mayor Eric Garcetti and approved by the Board of Water and Power Commissioners in August, pending City Council confirmation.Read More
Questions are being raised about who will govern the northeast San Fernando Valley when Los Angeles City Councilman Felipe Fuentes leaves office next week.Read More
?US Representative Tony Cárdenas Invites you to the 2016 Job Fair.
This week, the City Council voted to transfer nearly $2 million to the Bureau of Sanitation to help make our streets and communities safer and cleaner for all people. The City Council initially approved the funds as part of the city’s budget process, led by Councilmember Krekorian, chair of the Budget and Finance Committee.Read More
Clean Streets LA is a city-wide effort to clean our neighborhoods.The Departments of Public Works and Neighborhood Empowerment will distribute awards totaling $25,000 for proposals to improve ....Read More
This summer, the LA Housing and Community Investment Department launched a new program to help educate Angelenos on renters’ rights under the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO).Read More