Posted in December 2012

Rosendahl, Supporters Donate Thousands to Charity

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl distributed two checks on Sunday — each one in the amount of $35,000 — to two non-profit organizations that help the most vulnerable in the community. Rosendahl presented the cashiers checks to New Directions and Safe Place for Youth. The checks were the remaining funds from his re-election campaign. Rosendahl, who … Continue reading

City Launches Pedestrian Safety Initiative

City Launches Pedestrian Safety Initiative

The City unveiled a new pedestrian safety initiative that will replace dozens of traditional crosswalks throughout Los Angeles with a more visible design. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa made the announcement today at the intersection of Fifth and Spring Street in downtown — the site of the first continental crosswalks. The improved crosswalk features two-foot wide yellow or … Continue reading

UPDATE 2: Penmar Park Storm Water Project

We’re getting close! A spokesperson with the Los Angeles Department of Public Works says crews are almost finished with the $14 million Prop O project at Penmar Park in Venice. “The park has been backfilled but we have to keep the fence up to let the grass take and establish,” said Michelle Vargas. “Absolute project … Continue reading

Koretz, Rosendahl Oppose Westside High Density Project in Current Form

Los Angeles City Councilmembers Paul Koretz and Bill Rosendahl announced today their opposition to a proposed development along Pico Boulevard. The proposed Casden Sepulveda Project includes a mixed-use commercial and residential development. The project would include approximately 266,800 square feet of retail commercial floor area and 538 residential units. Developers say 59 units would be … Continue reading