Board of Supervisors
An effort by state lawmakers to dissolve the cash-strapped city could have a big financial impact on L.A. County.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has renewed a nearly $14 million contract to lease two water-dropping aircraft from Canada to help fight wildfires.
The Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved a $13.75 million, five-year lease renewal of two amphibious air tankers, or SuperScoopers, from Quebec to help fight wildfires.
The Board of Supervisors agreed to approve an ordinance giving animal control officers the right to declare a dog “vicious,” a designation that can potentially lead to the animal being euthanized.
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors is required to pick a lead agency — the Sheriff’s or Probation department — by Aug. 1 and will be discussing that decision Tuesday.
The proposed ban may not only just protect residents, but also car buyers who may have been burned by some of these roadside offerings.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has approved a $3.5 million program to create at least 2,200 summer jobs for young people.
Who said crime was a dirty business? Riverside County Sheriff Stan Sniff’s request to spend $293,000 on new commercial washing machines to clean inmate laundry was approved Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
The funds are aimed at replacing the old county-run Martin Luther King Jr.-Drew Medical Center, which was eventually closed after a years of failing federal inspections.
Kern County supervisors have decided to display the motto “In God We Trust” in its meeting chambers.
With an export market ranked 23rd nationally, Inland Empire officials say it’s time to think about better helping push its products globally.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has spared a stand of non-native redwood trees at the entrance of Descanso Gardens.
Medical marijuana dispensaries will be banned in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County effective the first week of January, based on a 4-1 vote Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors.
Surf City USA is swallowing the 85-acre unincorporated community of neighboring Sunset Beach.
Riverside County’s registrar of voters has been fired because of last week’s slow release of election results.