The Los Angeles County Supervisors recently devised a $100 million-a-year plan to combat the rampant issue of affordable housing by 2020. The affordable housing fund, authored by Supervisors Sheila Kuehl and Mark Ridley-Thomas, was led last month by a unanimous vote in favor. The fund seeks to construct and maintain affordable housing, which might include […]
Jan Perry held a conversation with students about the notion of leadership in public service.
Linda Lopez, an associate dean in the Dornsife school, will work with immigrants.
After more than a decade of planning, USC’s $1 billion plan to turn the University Village into The Village at USC was approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council. The $1 billion project is expected to create approximately 4,000 new construction jobs and 8,000 permanent jobs, with a 30 percent local hiring promise. The […]
The plan for renovating the University Village passed the committee by a 2-0 vote.
The Planning and Land Use Management committee approved Wednesday an amended proposal for renovating the University Village during a meeting at Los Angeles City Hall. Councilman Ed Reyes, a member of the committee, said USC’s cooperation led to the approval. About 200 stakeholders attended the meeting, most of whom were in support of USC’s $1 […]
Forescee Hogan-Rowles and incumbent Bernard Parks are vying for the 8th District seat.
Bernard Parks received a $500 donation from an Insomniac Inc. employee, inciting criticism.
Bernard Parks aims to serve his third term on the city council for the 8th District.
The City Council will debate a 1954 ordinance banning such services on Tuesday.