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 solutions near the at-grade portion of the Crenshaw/LAX line as well as identify funding sources. (motion)

Rosendahl also signed a resolution with Councilman Paul Koretz in support of the Mike Feuer Assembly Bill AB 1446 that would allow County voters to extend the length of Measure R sales tax authorization beyond the initial 30 years. (motion)

Finally, eight athletes from Palisades High School were presented with congratulatory certificates after the Cross Country team won the 2011 City Championship. This is the first Cross Country title for the school in 34 years.

Councilmember Bill Rosendahl honored the Palisades High School Cross Country 2011 City Champions.

The group student athletes, parents and supporters of Palisades High’s Cross Country Team received certificates during a recent City Council meeting.

The boys team won the City Section Cross Country Championship for large schools, held at Pierce College on November 16, 2011.

This is Pali High’s first cross country title in 34 years.

Pali High won in convincing fashion, beating ten other schools. The team represented the City in the state finals held in Clovis, CA on November 26.

Joining Rosendahl in council were Coach Ron Brumel
and student athletes Grant Stromberg, Drake Johnston, Jonathon Tewodros, Matthew Kato, Austin Gelber, Nick Wong
and Marissa Williams, who was the only female Pali runner who went to state finals as an individual. Matt Hammer is also part of the team but could not attend

The Pali Girls team came in third at City Section Finals.

 

 

Find out what happened on Wednesday in City Council.

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