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LA City Council weighs requiring vaccine proof at restaurants, theaters, other indoor establishments

Proof of at least partial vaccination against COVID-19 would be required to enter public indoor spaces in the city of Los Angeles, including restaurants, bars, gyms, concert venues, movie theaters and even “retail establishments,” under a proposal introduced on Wednesday, Aug. 4, by City Council President Nury Martinez. “Enough is enough already,” said Martinez, who co-introduced the motion with Councilman Mitch O’Farrell. “Hospital workers are exhausted, moms who have put aside their careers ar...
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Supervisors Hahn, Kuehl urge vaccine/testing mandate for LA County workers

Mirroring moves by the state and cities of Los Angeles, Long Beach and Pasadena, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn and Sheila Kuehl will ask their colleagues next week to approve a policy requiring all 100,000 county employees to either be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing. “We have a responsibility to protect our employees, the residents who depend on them and lead by example,” Hahn wrote in a Twitter post on Tuesday, Aug. 3,  announcing the motion, which will go bef...
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LA City Councilmen want report on mammoth El Segundo sewage spill

Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a motion on Wednesday, July 28, to instruct the city’s sanitation department to submit a report on how public notification can be improved after the department and the LA County Department of Public Health did not immediately notify the public of a 17-million gallon sewage spill. The motion was introduced by Councilmen Mitch O’Farrell and Paul Koretz, and seeks answers about how LA Sanitation and Environment coordinated with the health department t...
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Despite skepticism and opposition, LA County creates homelessness commission

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 Wednesday in favor of establishing a Blue Ribbon Commission on Homelessness. The recommendation for a commission came from Supervisor Kathryn Barger, who warned that unless cities have more input into how Measure H dollars are spent, the county won’t have the support it needs to ensure future funding. “Homelessness is a major crisis affecting our communities at every level, and it’s time for sweeping changes to the system,” Barg...
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Report Shows Sacramento Police More Likely To Arrest, Use Force On Black People

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LA County supervisors split over where to house juvenile offenders

By ELIZABETH MARCELLINO, City News Service The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors broke ranks on Tuesday, July 27, over where to house juvenile offenders set to be transferred from state to county custody beginning in 2023, with a 3-2 majority voting to rethink renovating camps in the Santa Clarita Valley for this purpose. Supervisors Holly Mitchell and Sheila Kuehl failed to garner sufficient support for their proposal to create small group housing at Camps Scott and Scudder to allow for t...
Tags: News, Education, California, Government, Sport, Soccer, Courts, Lapd, Malibu, Mitchell, Brown, Santa Clarita, Barger, LA County, Hahn, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors


LA County public health director apologizes for ‘failures’ in responding to sewage spill

Los Angeles County’s public health director apologized Tuesday, July 27, for what she said was an inadequate response to the sewage spill at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant earlier this month. “I want to apologize to the board and the public for our failures at the Department of Public Health for not responding to this appropriately,” Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer told the LA County Board of Supervisors. “There aren’t any excuses. There were multiple failures. Most have already been...
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LA County approves guaranteed income pilot program for 150 from age 18 to 24

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a plan Tuesday for a three-year pilot program to provide $1,204 per month to 150 county residents age 18-24. The money would go to youth transitioning out of foster care or probation who are currently receiving general relief benefits and participating in the Department of Public Social Services’ TAYportunity program. As envisioned by Supervisors Hilda Solis and Janice Hahn, who co-authored the motion, the program wou...
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The tax implications of SB 9 and 10

The Legislature has gone into summer recess leaving a lot of unfinished business. When they return, among the most controversial proposals left unresolved are bills addressing the state housing crisis. While no one disputes the need for more housing,,, the broader policy issue is whether state micromanaging of local land use decisions is in the public interest. There are several bills circulating in the capitol, but the two that have drawn the most public wrath are Senate Bills 9 and 10. Taxpaye...
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Back up at water treatment plant that caused sewage spill ‘nearly catastrophic,’ officials say

The “nearly catastrophic flooding” at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, which led to a sewage spill that closed South Bay beaches for several days last week, has left the facility operating at less-than-full capacity and requires repairs that could take more than a month, Los Angeles sanitation officials said this week. Those repairs have led to a stench emanating from the plant, adding another concern for residents, who had already questioned why it took most of a day before the public at l...
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LA Controller demands answers to sewage spill that closed down South Bay beaches

Los Angeles Controller Ron Galperin sent a letter to LA Sanitation and Environment on Tuesday, July 20, demanding answers about the cause and impact of a 17 million-gallon sewage spill early last week that temporarily closed beaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey. “This catastrophic accident not only did great damage to our local beaches and water, but also undermined the public’s trust in their government’s ability to serve them and keep them safe,” Galperin said. “Residen...
Tags: News, La, Environment, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Aliso Canyon, Socalgas, South Bay, El Segundo, LA County, Playa, Hahn, Janice Hahn, Dockweiler State Beach, Santa Monica Bay


"Unbelievable" — thoroughbred Power claims maiden PGA Tour win in Kentucky

Seamus Power lifts the Barbasol Championship. Picture: PGA Tour West Waterford’s Seamus Power has travelled a long road to reach the PGA Tour so it was fitting that he should achieve his lifelong dream by beating JT Poston with a par at the sixth hole of a nail-biting sudden-death playoff to win the Barbasol Championship and his maiden PGA Tour title ...
Tags: Kentucky, Sport, Power, Golf Channel, Golf, Pga Tour, North Carolina, Northern Trust, Hahn, Poston, James Hahn, Seamus Power, West Waterford, LA Open, Tooraneena, JT Poston


Los Angeles County reports 1,635 new cases of COVID-19

Los Angeles County reported another 1,635 cases of COVID-19 and four additional deaths Sunday as the county continues to see a resurgence in the pandemic that has seen local case rates and hospitalizations skyrocket. It was the tenth consecutive day that at least 1,000 new cases were reported. Sunday’s figures — which brought the county’s totals to 1,267,860 cases and 24,583 fatalities since the pandemic began — likely reflect reporting delays over the weekend, according to the Los Angeles Count...
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Power on birdie quest as he seeks maiden win in Kentucky

Seamus Power Seamus Power will go into the final round looking for birdies as the trails JT Poston by three shots at the Barbasol Championship in Kentucky.The West Waterford man carded a five-under 67 in his weather-delayed third round to share fifth place with David Lingmerth on 16-under par at Keene Trace Golf Club.Brimming with confidence, Power kn...
Tags: Kentucky, Sport, Power, Golf, Pga Tour, David Lingmerth, Hahn, Poston, James Hahn, Seamus Power Seamus Power, Tooraneena, Joseph Bramlett, JT Poston, Kentucky The West Waterford, Keene Trace Golf Club Brimming


Hahn Shoots 60 to Pull Within 2 at Barbasol Championship

James Hahn missed a chance to shoot the 13th sub-60 round in PGA Tour history Saturday.
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As LA County rekindles mask mandate, 1,827 new cases of COVID-19, 11 deaths posted Saturday

Los Angeles County residents will awaken Sunday morning to revived face-covering rules, slated to go into effect late Saturday night amid newly surging coronavirus statistics. The county reported 1,827 new cases of COVID-19 and 11 additional deaths on Saturday, as health officials attributed the recent spike to the more infectious Delta variant and the intermingling of unmasked individuals in areas where vaccination status is unknown. Many businesses put the rules back in place early and masks w...
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Plant officials commit to investigating cause of South Bay sewage spill

Beaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey remained closed to swimmers as of Wednesday afternoon, July 14, the third consecutive day they’ve been off limits after a 17-million-gallon sewage spill earlier in the week — which is currently under investigation as Los Angeles County official demands answers. Officials at the Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant near El Segundo, where the spill occurred overnight on Sunday and into Monday morning, are working with Los Angeles County to i...
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LA County approves more than $500 million in spending for homeless

By ELIZABETH MARCELLINO, City News Service The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 13, approved $527.1 million in funding for strategies to battle homelessness in fiscal year 2021-22, while expressing frustration over the rising numbers of people living on the street. Despite the massive inflow of cash from Measure H and dozens of carefully crafted initiatives that make up the county’s Homeless Initiative, visible encampments continue to grow and the situation on the street ...
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South Bay beaches remain closed Tuesday after sewage spill

Beaches from El Segundo to the southern end of Playa del Rey remained closed to swimmers Tuesday, July 13, because of a 17 million gallon sewage spill, though a preliminary test showed non-hazardous levels of bacteria. Los Angeles County Health Officer Dr. Muntu Davis told the Board of Supervisors that two such tests are required within a 24-hour period before beaches can safely reopen. Davis said the department would issue a news release and remove closure signs if and when such a second test c...
Tags: California, Environment, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Local News, Beaches, South Bay, Department of Public Health, Board of Supervisors, El Segundo, Hahn, Office of Emergency Services, Janice Hahn, Dockweiler State Beach, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health


LA County to proceed with plan for returning Bruce’s Beach to family

Los Angeles County is moving forward with a plan to return two parcels of oceanfront land in Manhattan Beach to the family of the original Black owners. The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously during a Tuesday, July 13, meeting to direct county officials to pursue the action plan, which the County CEO’s office and the Anti-Racism, Diversity and Inclusion Initiative released earlier this month, with more details to come later this year on how to transfer the land to the descendants of Willa an...
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L.A. County calls for study of high-rise inspections following Surfside collapse

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to Tuesday, July 13, to adopt a motion mandating engineering inspections for older high-rise buildings in the Marina del Rey area, perhaps the first such inspection requirement adopted in the nation since the June 24 collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, Fla. In addition, the motion requires county staff to study the feasibility of engineering reviews for all high rises in the rest of unincorporated L.A. County....
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LA County calls for study of high-rise inspections following Surfside collapse

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to Tuesday, July 13, to adopt a motion mandating engineering inspections for older high-rise buildings in the Marina del Rey area, perhaps the first such inspection requirement adopted in the nation since the June 24 collapse of the Champlain Towers South building in Surfside, Fla. In addition, the motion requires county staff to study the feasibility of engineering reviews for all high rises in the rest of unincorporated L.A. County....
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LA County prepares to apologize to local Native American tribes

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted on Tuesday, July 13, to craft an apology for the historic mistreatment of Native Americans in the region. Supervisor Hilda Solis said healing demanded telling the truth. “The First Peoples of this land faced violence, exploitation and dispossession at the hands of many government entities, including actions sanctioned or directly carried out by Los Angeles County,” she said in a statement. “Prior to the construction of the San Gabri...
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LA County supervisors agree to crack down on illegal pot grows, reconsider cannabis ban

By ELIZABETH MARCELLINO, City News Service The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday, July 13, to collaborate with federal, state and local officials to shut down illegal cannabis grow operations in the Antelope Valley, while agreeing to reconsider a longstanding county ban on commercial marijuana. Supervisor Kathryn Barger warned three weeks ago that commercial cannabis and hemp grow operations in her district are using dangerous pesticides, stealing water from fire hydrants and...
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Surfside tower collapse reverberates through Southern California’s HOAs

When Teri Hirano read the news about the collapse of the Champlain Towers condominiums in Surfside, Fla., “an alarm went off.” Hirano and neighbors have been complaining for years about the condition of their own complex here in Southern California, the iconic 16-story Marina City Club Towers overlooking the harbor at Marina del Rey. Like the Champlain Towers, the Marina City Club is an aging structure at the water’s edge. Like the Champlain Towers, it has a long list of needed repairs, with one...
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WATCH: Sacramento Police Release Video Of Suspect Who Led Chase, Shot At Officers

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Sacramento Police Department on Thursday released video of an attempted homicide on officers that occurred this week. On Wednesday, officers attempted to pull over a stolen vehicle in the area of Fruitridge Road and 65th Street. The driver was later identified as Ismael Herrera-Mondello, 20. Herrera-Mondello sped away and led a chase that lasted nearly 10 minutes. Video from the chase shows officers pursuing the stolen vehicle through a heavily residential area as the dr...
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LA County releases plan to return Bruce’s Beach to family

Los Angeles County has released its action plan for giving two parcels of oceanfront land in Manhattan Beach back to the family of the original Black owners. The plan, dated Wednesday, June 30, was months in the making, and the property transfer at its core remains contingent on the state giving the county the authority to return the land to the descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce. But it also provides the first look at the complex logistics involved in turning the two parcels from public to ...
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Following Florida condo collapse, inspectors focus on Marina del Rey complex

MARINA DEL REY — Responding to safety concerns that have gained heightened attention following last week’s deadly building collapse in Florida, Los Angeles County building inspectors were taking a close look Thursday at the Marina City Club condominium complex, which consultants estimate is in need of millions of dollars in repairs. The inspection by county Building and Safety was done at the request of Supervisor Janice Hahn. “I have heard from residents of the Marina City Club who are concerne...
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LA County Supervisor Barger: Mammoth Antelope Valley pot operations steal water, spread pesticides

By ELIZABETH MARCELLINO | City News Service Los Angeles County Supervisor Kathryn Barger warned on Tuesday, June 22, that “massive” cannabis grow operations in the east Antelope Valley are using dangerous pesticides, stealing water from fire hydrants and frightening neighbors into silence, but agreed to postpone a vote on pushing for tougher criminal penalties. Barger introduced a motion seeking to crack down on illegal cannabis dispensaries in unincorporated areas and take a long list of steps ...
Tags: News, California, Sport, Cannabis, Soccer, Mitchell, San Bernardino, Northridge, Los Angeles County, Kern, Barger, LA County, Department of Public Works, Hahn, Antelope Valley, City News Service


Five young leaders appointed to LA County’s first-ever youth commission

Five young leaders have been appointed to join Los Angeles County’s first-ever Youth Commission, charged with transforming the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, it was announced on Tuesday, June 22. The commission is set to formally launch in July with a total of 15 commissioners. Its goal is to give youth with experience in the child welfare and juvenile systems a chance to lend their voice to reforms. “We are grateful to all the youth who inspired this commission and for those who ha...
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