Posted in February 2012

Redistricting Update

The Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission will meet today at Van Nuys City Hall for the last time before sending the redistricting draft map to the City Council. Earlier today, the LACCRC released the Proposed Final Report & Recommendations that will be discussed at this afternoon’s meeting, which starts at 4:00 p.m. In case … Continue reading

Responsible Banking Ordinance Heads to Committee

Councilmember Bill Rosendahl interviewed Councilman Richard Alarcon and City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana about their separate proposals for a Responsible Banking Ordinance in the City of Los Angeles. Both proposals are expected to be discussed today in Budget and Finance Committee.  The Responsible Banking Ordinance seeks to require the City to do business with socially … Continue reading

Today in City Council

Here’s a recap of noteworthy agenda items and policy issues that the Los Angeles City Council heard on Tuesday, February 21, 2011. Captain Robert Knight from the Los Angeles Fire Department was in council chambers this morning to explain the dangers associated with brush clearance equipment and precautions that should be taken to maximize safety … Continue reading

Today in City Council

Here’s a recap of noteworthy agenda items and policy issues that the Los Angeles City Council heard on Friday, February 17, 2011. Councilman Bill Rosendahl seconded a motion that seeks to develop a plan to accommodate parking during the construction phase of the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor. The motion also seeks to provide long term parking … Continue reading

Rally to Save the Venice Post Office

The Venice community is expected to turn out on Saturday afternoon for a rally to save the historic Venice Post Office. The United States Postal Service announced plans last year to close the post office and move operations to a new location. Venetians fear this could pave the way for a new owner to possibly … Continue reading