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1804, 2024

Non-profits Honored at Los Angeles Intergenerational Cookbook Celebration

By |April 18th, 2024|

If you are looking for more sources of home-cooked recipes, the city of Los Angeles will soon release a cookbook just for you. Jewish Family Services Los Angeles (JFSLA) was one of several organizations honored for their role in the first Intergenerational Cookbook Challenge held by the Los Angeles Department of Aging. Students in First through 12th grade and seniors around the city submitted recipes to compile the book, intending to compile recipes from Angelenos with diverse ages and cultural backgrounds.

1604, 2024

Mayor Bass Delivers Second State of the City Address

By |April 16th, 2024|

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass delivered her State of the City address from City Hall on Monday evening. The Mayor touched on a wide range of issues, including climate change, the 2026 World Cup and the 2028 Olympics, homelessness, improvements to L.A. Metro, and the launch of a new climate cabinet.

1104, 2024

City Council Approves Contractor Search for LAX’s West Campus Redevelopment Program

By |April 11th, 2024|

Plans for improvements continue to move forward at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The Los Angeles City Council approved a request on Tuesday from the Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) Board of Commissioners to begin searching for contractors to complete projects as part of its larger West Campus Redevelopment Program. The program will focus on an approximately 100-acre piece of land between the North and South runways at the airport, which the LAWA Board considers underutilized.

1004, 2024

Los Angeles City Council Votes to Temporarily Stop Issuing Dog Breeding Permits

By |April 10th, 2024|

To combat the recent overcrowding issues at Los Angeles-run animal shelters, the city council voted Tuesday to place a temporary moratorium on issuing dog breeding permits in Los Angeles. The moratorium will remain in effect until the six city-owned shelters are at 75 percent kennel capacity or less in an attempt to alleviate a severe overcrowding problem.

Non-profits Honored at Los Angeles Intergenerational Cookbook Celebration

By |April 18th, 2024|

If you are looking for more sources of home-cooked recipes, the city of Los Angeles will soon release a cookbook just for you. Jewish Family Services Los Angeles (JFSLA) was one of several organizations honored for their role in the first Intergenerational Cookbook Challenge held by the Los Angeles Department of Aging. Students in First through 12th grade and seniors around the city submitted recipes to compile the book, intending to compile recipes from Angelenos with diverse ages and cultural backgrounds.

Mayor Bass Delivers Second State of the City Address

By |April 16th, 2024|

Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass delivered her State of the City address from City Hall on Monday evening. The Mayor touched on a wide range of issues, including climate change, the 2026 World Cup and the 2028 Olympics, homelessness, improvements to L.A. Metro, and the launch of a new climate cabinet.

City Council Approves Contractor Search for LAX’s West Campus Redevelopment Program

By |April 11th, 2024|

Plans for improvements continue to move forward at the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The Los Angeles City Council approved a request on Tuesday from the Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) Board of Commissioners to begin searching for contractors to complete projects as part of its larger West Campus Redevelopment Program. The program will focus on an approximately 100-acre piece of land between the North and South runways at the airport, which the LAWA Board considers underutilized.

Los Angeles City Council Votes to Temporarily Stop Issuing Dog Breeding Permits

By |April 10th, 2024|

To combat the recent overcrowding issues at Los Angeles-run animal shelters, the city council voted Tuesday to place a temporary moratorium on issuing dog breeding permits in Los Angeles. The moratorium will remain in effect until the six city-owned shelters are at 75 percent kennel capacity or less in an attempt to alleviate a severe overcrowding problem.

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