LA City Council Pays Homage to Four Honorees as Part of LGBT Heritage Month

LA City Council Pays Homage to Four Honorees as Part of LGBT Heritage Month

As part of its celebration of LGBT Heritage Month, the Los Angeles City Council Wednesday paid homage to four honorees, including Alexandra Billings, a transgender actress on the ...

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LA City Council, In Effort to Discourage Street Racing, Votes 11-0 to Try “Rumble Strips”

LA City Council, In Effort to Discourage Street Racing, Votes 11-0 to Try “Rumble Strips”

Looking to crack down on illegal street racing and the deaths that can result, the Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved funding for a pilot program to install "rumble strips" ...

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Los Angeles City Council to Declare May 16 Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes Day

Los Angeles City Council to Declare May 16 Amanda “The Lioness” Nunes Day

The City Council is set to declare Tuesday Amanda "The Lioness" Nunes Day in Los Angeles, honoring the UFC's first openly gay champion. "Amanda Nunes is an example to young women, ...

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City Council Budget and Finance Committee to Deliberate Mayor Garcetti’s 2017-18 Budget

City Council Budget and Finance Committee to Deliberate Mayor Garcetti’s 2017-18 Budget

The City Council's Budget and Finance Committee Tuesday will begin an intense three-week process of deliberating Mayor Eric Garcetti's proposed 2017-18 budget. The committee is sc ...

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City Council Committee to Determine if LAPD Needs to Increase Patrols

City Council Committee to Determine if LAPD Needs to Increase Patrols

Amid a rising crime rate and officer complaints that response times are slower, a City Council committee will begin examining Tuesday if the Los Angeles Police Department needs to ...

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LA City Council Considers Replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day

LA City Council Considers Replacing Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day

A Los Angeles City Council committee Monday will consider a proposal to replace Columbus Day with a city holiday celebrating Native Americans instead of the European explorer, Chr ...

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Groundbreaking Ceremony for Malibu’s Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility Set for June 29

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Malibu’s Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility Set for June 29

The City Council will hold a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, June 29 to kick off construction of Malibu’s environmentally friendly Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility ...

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Malibu’s Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility Advances with Approvals of Construction Contracts &  Land Purchase Agreement

Malibu’s Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility Advances with Approvals of Construction Contracts & Land Purchase Agreement

Malibu’s environmentally friendly facility to treat and reuse wastewater in the Civic Center area made significant advances forward during the City Council meeting on Monday, May ...

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Homeless People Increases by 5.7 in Los Angeles

Homeless People Increases by 5.7 in Los Angeles

The number of homeless people in Los Angeles County increased 5.7 percent over the past year to reach 46,874, according to results of the 2016 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count r ...

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VIDEO: Changing of the Guard in Culver City

VIDEO: Changing of the Guard in Culver City

City of Culver City welcomed two new members to the City Council, and installed its new mayor and vice mayor. #MeghanSahliWells #JeffCooper #JimClarke #ThomasAujeroSmall #GoranEri ...

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