An extraordinary initiative aimed at providing 100GB per year of free internet service for the next five years for up to 18,000 students in Los Angeles who are struggling to stay connected online to classes and essential support services.
City Controller Ron Galperin recently discussed his audit of HHH which it was voted on in 2016 to fund supportive housing. A total of $362 million of the 1.2 billion has been issued and less than half of it has been spent. There is not a sufficient sense of urgency. It is time to reevaluate the most expensive and look at other options.
The Mission Hills Neighborhood Council has heard multiple concerns from stakeholders about homeless people in Mission Hills, particularly at the old Pizza Hut located just south of the 118 on Sepulveda. Here are some options for who you can contact about these concerns.
You can vote by mail, use a vote by mail ballot drop box or return your ballot in person. And get the details about the propositions at VotersEdge.org.
If you have a request to clean up the freeway, such as for homeless encampments at onramps, offramps or along the freeway, you can complete a customer service request with Caltrans.
Beginning October 1, 2020, LADOT will resume parking enforcement and impounds, when applicable, for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired registration.
Recently, the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk announced a simple way to track your Vote by Mail Ballot every step of the way. You can subscribe today to receive real-time tracking notifications by text, email, or voice mail.
Mission Hills! Check out Safer at Parks, offered at the Ritchie Valens Recreation Center. Enroll your child in affordable safe structured environments which include supervised learning spaces, free internet access, recreational activities, and more.