Posted in February 2013

Rosendahl Encourages Participation in Budget Survey

Councilmember Bill Rosendahl is seeking input from his constituents on the Los Angeles Budget Challenge and ideas on how to fix a $216 million structural deficit for Fiscal Year 2013-14. Over the coming months, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the Los Angeles City Council will review opportunities to build upon recent efforts to improve the City’s … Continue reading

LA Becomes First Major City with Signal Sync

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl joined Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Councilwoman Jan Perry to flip the switch on the completion of the city’s signal synchronization program. According to the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT),  4,398 signalized intersections are now connected to the department’s traffic control center and can be re-timed remotely to address traffic congestion, … Continue reading

Rosendahl’s Six Points for Modernizing LAX Heads to CPC

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl has released six critical points for modernization at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in advance of a public hearing on a controversial plan to move the northern runways closer to homes in Westchester and Playa del Rey. Rosendahl’s six points, which are part of a letter addressed to the City Planning … Continue reading

Rosendahl Seeks to Suspend St Petersburg Sister City Status Following Passing of Anti-Gay Laws

UPDATE: Next steps Los Anglees City Councilmember Bill Rosendahl introduced the following resolution and issued this statement on his LGBT Sister City Resolution, which calls on the Mayor to suspend the City’s sister city relationship with St Petersburg. The Russian city has come under scrutiny recently for passing anti-gay legislation. “The passing of this resolution sends a … Continue reading

Westchester Welcomes New Parking Meters

Westchester Welcomes New Parking Meters

There are some happy businesses in Westchester and it’s all because of the new parking meters that were recently installed by the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT). While many Angelenos love to hate parking meters, businesses of the Gateway to L.A. Business Improvement District realized the benefits to having meters in the area. LADOT … Continue reading