Posted in November 2011

Full Directional I-405 Closures Ahead

Metro is warning Angelenos of several nights of full directional closures of I-405 this week and next. Contractors are preparing for reconstruction of the Mulholland Bridge which requires widening and restriping sections of the freeway underneath the structure. Closures are expected to begin on Tuesday night for the Northbound portion of work.  Southbound closures will begin on Dec … Continue reading

News of the Day!

Here’s a look at the stories making headlines in the 11th District and the City of Los Angeles. Councilmember Bill Rosendahl spoke to the Occupy LA encampment on Sunday to encourage the movement to disband from the City Hall lawn and take up alternative means to continue the cause. The Councilman then revealed a plan to address concerns of the … Continue reading

Update: Westchester Station Petition

Signatures for a petition to include a Westchester station as a bid option along the Crenshaw/LAX line is gaining speed! The petition currently has 41 signatures of those people who support building a Westchester stop along the line that would connect the Westside with downtown Los Angeles. The petition requests that Metro includes plans for a station at Hindry Ave … Continue reading

Air Quality and Santa Monica Airport Hearing

Councilmember Bill Rosendahl will participate in a special State Senate hearing on air pollution led by Senator Ted Lieu. The State Legislature’s Select Committee on Air Quality will tackle Air Pollution Basics and the Santa Monica Airport as the subject of its first hearing which will take place this Wednesday night. In a letter to constituents, … Continue reading

Roadmap to Housing Places Two More Before Holiday

People Assisting the Homeless  -the organization responsible for assisting Councilman Bill Rosendahl with the Roadmap to Housing Program- has a very important update as we head into the Thanksgiving holiday. According to an email from PATH, the organization is assisting two more vehicle dwellers with finding and securing permanent housing. This brings the total number of … Continue reading

Flooding of the Sepulveda Blvd Tunnel

Friends, I wanted to provide you with an update on the Sepulveda Tunnel flooding event that took place last weekend and caused serious delays for travelers and local residents driving through Los Angeles International Airport. Here’s a recap: on one of the busiest weeks of the year for our airport, a rainstorm overwhelmed the drain … Continue reading

College Internship Opportunities

The Office of Councilmember Bill Rosendahl has a great opportunity for college students to learn about politics in Los Angeles, practice their journalism studies, and gain experience co-managing new media content for the 11th Council District. The office is seeking an intern to support the Communications Department and possibly assist other staff with responsibilities. The … Continue reading