City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana warns that the fiscal health of Los Angeles may potentially worsen even more if a plan to privatize parking garages fails to pass.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa was in New York City on Monday for the launch of No Labels, which seeks to bring about “a less partisan, less ideological, more common sense approach to the nation’s problems.”
After serving as the fire administrator since 2004, Georgie Mattera will now serve as deputy mayor of Los Angeles for budget and financial policy.
The push comes on the heels of a report from the African American Chamber of Commerce that said the city must ensure “equal opportunity” in order to help fuel a faster economic recovery.
The city of Los Angeles faces a mounting tide of red ink, but a new report says that delays in cost-cutting measures are to blame, not weak revenues.
Officials say the new meters — which are completely solar-powered — should bring more cash to the city and are likely to eventually eliminate all the old-fashioned models.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa joined the L.A. police department in a new push against domestic abuse, citing his own personal experience as a rallying cry.
Los Angeles’ Ethics Commission voted to ban the city’s elected officials from accepting tickets to events in exchange for performing a ceremonial function, if the source of the tickets has business before the city.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa isn’t backing down over criticism that he may have prematurely defended the LAPD shooting of an unarmed Guatemalan immigrant.
Mayor Villaraigosa will join police and fire officials from around the city to honor those lost in the worst attack ever on U.S. soil.