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Building a Better Future with Parks

Los Angeles County is taking stock of the parks and recreation facilities within its borders, and inviting residents to help shape a plan for upgrades and new construction going forward. Through June 2016, the first ever Countywide Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment will gather data on existing parks, hiking trails, botanical gardens, wildlife sanctuaries […]

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November 2015

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Finding Home and Health in South LA

John Flores suffered from mental health issues all his life, and often felt alone and isolated from his family. After spending several years in prison, he was released… only to become homeless. But he turned his life around after finding the South Los Angeles Recuperative Care Center in East Rancho Dominguez,  where a team of nurses and case managers […]

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A Crisis of Homelessness

Homeless Count Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas called for intensifying efforts to build affordable housing and permanent supportive housing after the 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count found one out of every three homeless people in the county lives in the Second District. The biennial survey found 14,116 men, women and children in the Second District live […]

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Feeding Families for a Happier Holiday

This Thanksgiving season, Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas partnered with Golden State Water Company and local community groups to deliver 200 turkeys to families in need. “We are not just feeding families, we are giving a happier holiday to those who need it most,” the Supervisor said. This year marked the sixth consecutive year […]