LA City Council Approves 2 Ordinances To Accelerate Homeless HousingThe Los Angeles City Council approved a pair of ordinances Wednesday aimed at speeding the creation of housing for the homeless and encouraging the conversion of motels into supportive housing.
LA City Council Approves $4.9B Contract For LAX People MoverThe Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $4.9 billion contract for the design and construction of an Automated People Mover system at Los Angeles International Airport that will carry passengers among terminals and connect with nearby rail lines.
City Council Opposes Staged Waterfix If It Results In Higher Costs For LAThe Los Angeles City Council moved Wednesday to officially oppose staged construction of a proposed multibillion-dollar water-delivery tunnel project if it would result in greater costs or a greater portion of the financial burden for Los Angeles ratepayers.
LA City Council Committee Approves Exploration Of Seismic Retrofitting FundA Los Angeles City Council committee agreed Monday to explore ways of helping property owners finance costly seismic retrofits required by law in roughly 15,000 buildings.
LA To Improve Bike Lanes After Paying Out Over $19 Mil Last YearThe Los Angeles City Council, mindful of millions of dollars in recent lawsuit payouts stemming from bicycle accidents, voted Tuesday to create a plan to inspect all bike paths and lanes and devise ways to pay for any needed repairs.
LA Council Approves Car-Sharing Pilot ProgramThe Los Angeles City Council Tuesday approved a pilot program for both fixed-space and point-to-point car-sharing, taking a significant step forward on a plan that has been in the works for about five years.
Runyon Canyon Park Upgrade Study ApprovedThe Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to start a study for potential upgrades. They include safety and environmental improvements.
LA Moves Forward With Bid To Host 2026 World CupThe Los Angeles City Council moved forward today on an attempt to be a host city of the 2026 FIFA World Cup men's soccer tournament, as part of a joint bid by the United States, Mexico and Canada.
City Council Honors Dodgers' 60 Years In LAThe Los Angeles City Council paid tribute to the Dodgers today, recognizing the team's 60th year playing in the city.
LA To Consider Sex Harassment Complaint Hotline For City EmployeesA Los Angeles city councilor says the city has settled fewer than 10 sexual harassment lawsuits over the last five years, for a total of about $3 million.
2 LA City Council Members Want To Block Porn On Library ComputersA pair of Los Angeles City Council members called Tuesday for software filters that block graphic material to be installed at all 73 city libraries, in the wake of reports of patrons viewing pornography on computers in view of children.
It's Really Serious: LA Declares Friday 'Morrissey Day'"Morrissey Day honors the man who put the 'M' in Moz Angeles," said L.A. City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez.
City Approves $50K Reward For Info On Downtown Parking Lot MurderThe victim was killed by repeated blows to the head in a Downtown parking lot.
LA Considers First Ever City-Owned Public Bank In USWould a city-owned public bank address some of Los Angeles’ pressing issues -- such as affordable housing, small business growth and financing for municipal projects?
LA Council Debates Controversial Fee To Spark Affordable Housing DevelopmentThe linkage fee of $5 or $12 per square foot would raise up to $100 million per year for affordable housing development.