The Los Angeles Unified School District has filed a class action lawsuit against JUUL Labs, Inc., the leading e-cigarette manufacturer, for creating an epidemic of youth vaping that has infiltrated the second-largest school district in the country, impeding student learning and putting the health and safety of students at risk.
The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council (CeSPNC) is looking for a community member to fill a vacant At-Large Board Member position for a term expiring June 2021.
On Sunday, October 27, 2019, our Historic Downtown San Pedro was the place to celebrate Dia de los Muertos where the streets came alive with art, culture, delicious cuisine and live entertainment.
There is currently a lack of clarity surrounding the City's goal for the number of supportive housing unit to be built using HHH funds. View Controller's full Review by clicking "Read More" below.
Rancho San Pedro has grant funding for community action activities. Now they are asking the community - anyone in San Pedro - to vote on them. Please spread the message so we can get as much community participation as possible.
Today, the LA County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Chair Janice Hahn and Supervisor Kathryn Barger to use a recent $134 million settlement to remove lead paint from thousands of homes in LA County.
Mayor Garcetti hosted his third in a series of regular briefings on homelessness — providing updates on our progress in confronting the emergency, and detailing how the City is doing more, faster, in responding to the humanitarian crisis on our streets.
At the October 10, 2019 Board & Stakeholder Meeting, the Board appointed two new members to the Council, Linda Alexander and Cathy Familiathe.
City Controller Ron Galperin's latest report on LAHSA offers a more strategic approach to homeless outreach that will better serve Angelenos in need.
The City's Sidewalk Rebate Program will re-open on October 1, 2019. The program will accept new applications for a limited time, based on available funding.