NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-Residents of Los Angeles expect the City to provide firefighters, paramedics, trash collection, drivable streets, walkable sidewalks, police protection, libraries, and parks. These services depend on how the money is allocated in the City’s budget.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-And while it won’t be in person this year – blame that pesky Delta variant – it will bring you up to date info on the trials and tribulations of the Los Angeles City budget.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-In a year when there has been a lot of uproar over State Legislative overreach into local planning, planning and land use corruption scandals to the very top echelon of Los Angeles City Officials,
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The mission of the Emergency Management Department (“the EMD”) is to ensure that Los Angeles and its residents have the necessary resources and information needed to prepare, respond, and recover from emergencies, disasters, and significant disruptive events.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-While earthquakes and wildfires may provide more dramatic images for television coverage, our world has been dominated by an emergency of a different kind for the past year.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS - The 2021 Budget Advocates White Paper.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-With cuts in the fiscal pipeline more severe than those in the aftermath of the Great Recession, are deep cuts to the LAPD a smart idea?