NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-Housing cannot be built overnight. With the ever-increasing numbers of homeless Angelenos and the pending post-pandemic spike, why is the City still focusing first on foundation-up construction?
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-As point person for improving the circumstances of those who live unhoused in Los Angeles, the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) must ensure there is sufficient affordable housing available for all Angelenos, no matter their income.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The City Administrative Officer (CAO) is the chief financial advisor to the Mayor and the City Council, reporting directly to both. The Office studies and makes recommendations on City management matters and assists the Mayor and Council on all aspects of the City budget. It also pursues other avenues for City revenue and oversees the City’s war on homelessness.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The General Services Department (“GSD”) provides internal support for City programs in the delivery of services to City residents.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The new homeless numbers came out earlier this month and they are not pretty.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The City Administrative Officer (CAO) is the chief financial advisor to the Mayor and the City Council, reporting directly to both.
NEIGHBORHOOD POLITICS-The functions of the Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE) have evolved over the years.