Thursday, April 29, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
Photo illustration by Cafe de Leche
Monday, April 26, 2010
I had the pleasure of attending a breakfast Thursday at the U.S.C. Keck School of Medicine to address the Boyle Heights Chamber of Commerce on the “State of Boyle Heights.” Even with the economic circumstances we find ourselves in as a City, Boyle Heights saw an unprecedented $1.4 billion in public improvements come to fruition in 2009, including the Gold Line Eastside Extension, our soon to be re-dedicated Rudy De Leon Hollenbeck Community Police Station, four new schools and improvements to our parks, to name a few. Due to strong partnerships among the hardworking men and women of the LAPD, residents, community groups and my office, crime is down to record lows. And in the coming months and years, we’ll see more public investment in
Friday, April 23, 2010
Part of my commitment to ensure that CD14 continues to be an area of community beautification consitst of providing services and resources to residents, such as:
- Roving Truck for Bulky Item Pick Up
Serving El Sereno the 2nd Saturday of the month, Boyle Heights the 3rd Saturday and the Northeast the 4th Saturday of the month.
- Bulky Item Drop-Off
El Sereno - Every 2nd Saturday - El Sereno Park: 4721 Klamath St.
Boyle Heights - Every 3rd Saturday - Talpa Church: 2914 E. 4th St.
Northeast - Every 4th Saturday - Eagle Rock City Hall: 2035 Colorado Blvd. &
Highland Park City Parking Lot: 5058 Meridian Ave
Friday, April 16, 2010
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Take a look below at my video, and take a moment to comment on their YouTube page, rate and share with all your friends. Let's support education, jobs, our community and UCLA.
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Thursday, April 1, 2010
Today is National Census Day, make yourself count!
The below numbers are the 2010 Census average return rates for each area within CD14, let's get to 100%!
Overall City of Los Angeles: