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Second District Contains Most Of L.A.'s Youngest Neighborhoods

The L.A. Times’ Mapping Project “found that L.A. neighborhoods with the lowest median ages tend to be in working-class area of South L.A. In fact, 9 of the top 10 youngest neighborhoods listed below are in the Second Supervisorial District: Watts (Median Age = 21) Central Alameda (22) University Park (23) South Park (23) Florence […]

L.A. County Considers Congestion Pricing To Ease Traffic

From the L.A. Times: Los Angeles County transportation officials are considering prices of 25 cents to $1.40 per mile for solo motorists who use the high-occupancy toll lanes that have been proposed for the 110 and 10 freeways. Like other tollways in Southern California, officials plan to use congestion-based pricing — tolls that rise and […]

American Idol Finalist Allison Iraheta To Be Honored At Tomorrow's Board Of Supervisors Meeting

SUPERVISOR MARK RIDLEY-THOMAS TO RECOGNIZE AMERICAN IDOL FINALIST ALLISON IRAHETA WHO ATTENDS SCHOOL IN THE SECOND DISTRICT Allison was the last female 2009 American Idol Finalist WHO: Supervisor Ridley-Thomas will present Allison with a Board of Supervisors Scroll of Appreciation WHAT: Seventeen-year-old, Allison Iraheta attends Green Dot’s Animo Ralph Bunche Charter School in the Second […]

L.A. County Seeks College And Graduate Student Interns

The Community-Based Enterprise Education Program (C-BEEP) is administered by the County of Los Angeles Department of Human Resources to place university students within County departments as volunteer interns for the completion of specific projects, research or studies ordered by the Board of Supervisors. While C-BEEP internships are unpaid, academic course credit is available through most […]