Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council Reaches Up for the World Special Olympics On Thursday morning, the 2015 Law Enforcement Torch Run Final Leg for Special Olympics stopped by Lincoln Heights where they were hosted by Councilmember Gil Cedillo, LAPD, the Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council, El Arca and other community organizations. The Special Olympics athletes from Germany attended [...]
The Dispute Resolution program is a community-based program which provides free mediation, conciliation, and facilitation service in English and Spanish. Other languages are provided upon request. Mediation is a process in which the parties to the conflict meet face-to-face to discuss their dispute with the guidance and support of a neutral mediator. In addition, disputes [...]
Kevin James is talking about a certain shade of green. “It is a bit darker than the green the Dept. of Transportation wanted, but it is still in the bright green category,” he says. James (no, not the actor) is referring to the hue he was shown on a recent visit to Hollywood Center Studios [...]
When Angelenos phone the city to complain about illegal construction, trash piling up next door or other building nuisances, some parts of town have gotten a faster reaction from building inspectors than have others, a Times analysis of city data shows. The delays have been greatest in eastern Los Angeles, where nearly a quarter of [...]
PBI Water Conference 2014 will be held next Friday, November 14, 2014 at Cal State University, Los Angeles. Please, make sure to stop by. The Schedule for the day can be found here.
This week’s NC Viz Data takes a special look at the ongoing Elections season. We have a lot of good news to report! The numbers just keep going up: record turnouts at several Neighborhood Councils, with every region thus far seeing increases at the polls. Refer to the graphs below for more detailed statistics on [...]