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- 06/07/17--07:31: _A budget that serve...
- 07/05/17--08:27: _Experience ‘NoHo Su...
- 08/02/17--06:32: _Embracing solutions...
- 09/06/17--07:41: _LA 2028 Summer Games
- 11/16/17--13:08: _‘Stop Texts, Stop W...
- 12/08/17--04:15: _Zero tolerance for ...
- 01/04/18--13:16: _2017 in review
- 03/09/18--08:25: _Working together to...
- 06/07/17--07:31: A budget that serves Angelenos
- 08/02/17--06:32: Embracing solutions to homelessness
- 09/06/17--07:41: LA 2028 Summer Games
- 11/16/17--13:08: ‘Stop Texts, Stop Wrecks’
- 12/08/17--04:15: Zero tolerance for harassment
- 01/04/18--13:16: 2017 in review
- 03/09/18--08:25: Working together to end homelessness
Each spring, I lead the City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee in discussions on the budget for the coming fiscal year, which begins July 1. Although it may seem far removed from your daily life, the city budget is probably the piece of public policy that will impact you most this year. By passing our [...]
Summer is officially here and there are plenty of wonderful events to look forward to in the East Valley. Some of the most exciting shows will take place at North Hollywood Park as part of my NoHo Summer Nights event series. NoHo Summer nights is sponsored by my office, along with the Valley Cultural Center, [...]
I recently celebrated the grand opening of the Crest Apartments, a new permanent supportive housing complex in Valley Glen, where I met Randy Brader. Randy joined the military at age 17 and for nearly 20 years, he served our country in the U.S. Army before being honorably discharged. After a difficult divorce, he was left [...]
Los Angeles just made history. In August, the City Council authorized Los Angeles to sign a contract making us the host city for the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. With 2028 firmly on the calendar, this will be the fifth time the United States has hosted the Summer Games, more than any other nation in the [...]
Not too long ago, things were different than they are today. In order to call a co-worker, neighbor or friend, you had to pick up a landline or use a payphone on the corner. There was no easy way to talk on the phone and drive, and texting wasn’t an issue because it wasn’t even [...]
The City of Los Angeles employs almost 50,000 people, making it the third largest employer in the county. While the city has long had a strong policy against sexual harassment, there currently is no central way to record and track sexual harassment and assault complaints. That’s about to change. Recently, the full City Council voted [...]
Last year was unique, exhilarating and challenging. Some of the marquee highlights of 2017 were in the world of sports. Not only did the Dodgers make their first World Series appearance in 30 years, the City Council made history by authorizing Los Angeles to host the 2028 Summer Olympic Games. In my role as Budget [...]
In January, I sponsored the East Valley Town Hall on Homelessness at Los Angeles Valley College in Valley Glen. More than 400 of my constituents came to discuss the defining issue of our time in Los Angeles. In our city alone, there are more than 34,000 homeless individuals, and 75 percent of them lack shelter. [...]