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According to Ryu, he wants half of his transition team composed of community leaders. He is now reaching out to neighborhood councils, homeowner associations and other organizations for recruitment.
As homeowners and businesses now face water conservation restrictions, so does the 4,310-acre park.
Los Feliz Neighborhood Council Transportation Chair Luke Klipp and his Silver Lake counterpart, Matthew Mooney, believe there is enough demand for a DASH bus route connecting Silver Lake and Los Feliz
The building has been the home to community meetings for 20 years, with a shift in tenants looming, the future of the meeting space is uncertain.
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In the expensive Los Angeles Unified School District election May 19th for local District 5, Ref Rodriguez beat out incumbent Bennett Kayser 53.5% to 46.4%.
Unlike the Los Angeles Times, we are unwilling to write a correction regarding the issue whether Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge used public funds for an Elvis Presley birthday celebration. Here's why.
What do you think would motivate you to give up smoking—or another vice—losing $150 or making $600?
After a three-month break, tire slashings are again plaguing the neighborhood around Micheltorena Elementary School.
Hasroun said local businesses face losing customers specifically to nearby Glendale, which has the statewide minimum wage of $9.
The LFNC will ask the area’s two city council representatives, Tom LaBonge—or his replacement newly elected councilmember, David Ryu—and Mitch O’Farrell, to seek analysis by the Dept. of Transportation and to fund whatever recommendations it makes.
According to treasurer Peart, the LFVBID’s governing board plans ultimately to only use about 80% of this year’s budget, to compensate for the non-payments.

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[CD4 ELECTION] Ryu Assembling Transition Team

According to Ryu, he wants half of his transition team composed of community leaders. He is now reaching out to neighborhood councils, homeowner associations and other organizations for recruitment.

Park Under Water Restrictions, Too

As homeowners and businesses now face water conservation restrictions, so does the 4,310-acre park.

With Citibank Move Will Community Space Be Gone?

The building has been the home to community meetings for 20 years, with a shift in tenants looming, the future of the meeting space is uncertain.

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Get your news the old fashioned way? Or stay on top of things using your smartphone or tablet? Or a combination of all of these? Take our quick survey.

Rodriguez Beats Kayser In Local School Board Race

In the expensive Los Angeles Unified School District election May 19th for local District 5, Ref Rodriguez beat out incumbent Bennett Kayser 53.5% to 46.4%.

Tire Slasher Returns After Three-Month Reprieve

After a three-month break, tire slashings are again plaguing the neighborhood around Micheltorena Elementary School.

[MINIMUM WAGE INCREASE] Atwater Chamber President Fears Customer Loss to Glendale

Hasroun said local businesses face losing customers specifically to nearby Glendale, which has the statewide minimum wage of .

Confusing Los Feliz Intersection Under Study

The LFNC will ask the area’s two city council representatives, Tom LaBonge—or his replacement newly elected councilmember, David Ryu—and Mitch O’Farrell, to seek analysis by the Dept. of Transportation and to fund whatever recommendations it makes.

“Doubtful” Accounts Make for Unsure BID Planning

According to treasurer Peart, the LFVBID’s governing board plans ultimately to only use about 80% of this year’s budget, to compensate for the non-payments.

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