- Second District
On Thursday, The Metro Board of Directors approved a landmark proposal to set aside 35 percent of all apartments and condos built on land owned by Metro for affordable housing.
Over the past six years, approximately $4-billion has been invested in more than 160 projects throughout communities in the Second District. An estimated 40,000 jobs will be generated as a result of these investments.
Construction of the $2-billion, 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX rail line is chugging along, with another round of excavation underway for an underground train station.
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas joined thousands of marchers, including President Barack Obama and Congressman John Lewis, on the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery march.
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas made the case Thursday for creating thriving bioscience hubs within Los Angeles County’s five medical research facilities, and he urged private investors and scientific researchers to join in the effort.
On Thursday, The Metro Board of Directors approved a landmark proposal to set aside 35 percent of all apartments and condos built on land owned by Metro for affordable housing. This initiative, co-authored by Supervisor…Read more
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas joined healthcare advocates Tuesday in marking the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act with celebration and a call for vigilance. He warned opponents remain determined to undo President Barack Obama’s signature piece…Read more
Their bags packed with flutes, violas and other instruments, several teenagers from Los Angeles County’s Second District are venturing far away from home Tuesday to make music – and to make friends – in Japan….Read more
When it re-opens next year after a $2.5 million renovation, the Culver City Julian Dixon Library won’t be just a place to borrow books – it will be the embodiment of a community’s strong civic…Read more
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is throwing its support behind federal legislation that would allocate $300 million for states and local governments to launch so-called “Pay for Success” programs. Pay for Success is…Read more
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved $471,000 to develop a transportation hub within a half-mile radius from the Metro Green Line Vermont/Athens Station in the West Athens Westmont community. The West Athens proposal…Read more
Construction of the $2-billion, 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX rail line continues to move forward, with another round of excavation underway for an underground train station. The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has been working on the…Read more