Los Angeles City Council Confirms David H. Wright as General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

The Los Angeles City Council confirmed by a unanimous vote (13-0), the appointment of David H. Wright as General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP), the largest municipally-owned water and electric utility in the nation. Wright had been nominated by Mayor Eric Garcetti and approved by the Board of Water […]

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2016 Job Fair

US Representative Tony Cárdenas Invites you to the 2016 Job Fair. Dozens of employers looking for full-time, part time, and apprentice positions! Come with resumes and dress for success! Professional attire will be available for individuals who qualify! Thursday, October 6, 2016 @ 10 AM—2 PM El Cariso Park 13100 Hubbard Street Sylmar, California 91342 LEARN […]

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Council Approves Funds for Cleanups

This week, the City Council voted to transfer nearly $2 million to the Bureau of Sanitation to help make our streets and communities safer and cleaner for all people. The City Council initially approved the funds as part of the city’s budget process, led by Councilmember Krekorian, chair of the Budget and Finance Committee. The […]

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Clean Streets Challenge Workshop – August 25

Clean Streets LA is a city-wide effort to clean our neighborhoods.The Departments of Public Works and Neighborhood Empowerment will distribute awards totaling $25,000 for proposals to improve area neighborhoods based on the strengths of each application, including creativity, innovation, volunteer engagement, and social media strategies. We will also be evaluating the improvement metrics proposed and […]

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A Safe and Smart Start to School

This week, hundreds of thousands of students in Los Angeles went back to school. As students get back to learning, the LAPD, the LA Unified School District and city officials remind parents, families and students to be safe and smart while making their way to school. LA police want drivers to use caution and common […]

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New City Program Educates Renters

This summer, the LA Housing and Community Investment Department launched a new program to help educate Angelenos on renters’ rights under the city’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO). One in every two LA families lives in an apartment protected by the RSO. The “Home for Renters” campaign provides information to both tenants and landlords about their rights […]

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