New Search

If you are not happy with the results below please do another search

158 search results for: View park


Harbor-UCLA Master Plan meeting

The second community meeting for the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Master Plan took place on October 12, 2011 at Victoria Park in Carson. The County has invested nearly $3 Million to develop a long-term comprehensive master plan to more strategically use the 72-acre campus to provide high quality patient health care services, research, teaching and economic […]


Crenshaw/LAX Line among 14 infrastructure projects expedited by the Obama Administration

Good news! The 8.5-mile Crenshaw/LAX Line project has been selected by the Obama Administration to receive federal assistance to expedite the environmental review process. The Crenshaw-to-LAX line, which will run from the intersection of Exposition and Crenshaw boulevards to the airport and continue on the Green Line to Redondo Beach, is one of only 14 […]


September 2011

(select a post)August 2018July 2018June 2018May 2018April 2018March 2018February 2018January 2018December 2017November 2017October 2017September 2017August 2017July 2017June 2017May 2017April 2017March 2017February 2017January, 2017December, 2016November, 2016October, 2016September 2016August 2016July 2016June 2016May 2016April 2016March 2016February 2016January 2016December 2015November 2015October 2015September 2015August, 2015July 2015June 2015May 2015April 2015March 2015February 2015January 2015December 2014November 2014October 2014September 2014August, 2014July, 2014June, 2014May, 2014April […]


Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas participates in tele-town hall with LA Urban League

More than 950 stakeholders participated in a telephone town hall with Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, who fielded and answered questions from second district residents on the progress and future of the Crenshaw-to-LAX line. Participants asked the Supervisor about job eligibility along the Crenshaw Corridor, the impact of the 600 residents who packed the Metro Board Meeting […]


Speaking Up and Out About Redistricting

“Unbelievable.” “Ridiculous.” “That map doesn’t make sense.” These words were uttered from the crowd of onlookers who attended a press conference organized by the African-American Redistricting Collaborative. Stakeholders gathered in front of the California African American Museum in Exposition Park to voice their opposition to the redistricting maps proposed by the California Citizens Redistricting Commission. […]