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The Martin Luther King, Jr. Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center mural – A community undertaking

Watts, Willowbrook, and Compton residents met to give their input to the artists who will design the Martin Luther King Multi- Service Ambulatory Care Center walkway at a creative workshop at the Hudson Auditorium in Willowbrook. The workshop was held to encourage community members to share their thoughts and ideas both pictorially and verbally for […]

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Free high efficiency toilets

Central Basin Municipal Water District has been awarded a conservation grant from the California Department of Water Resources, which includes funding through the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to provide free high-efficiency toilets, including installation for qualifying multi-family properties. The Central Basin Municipal Water District covers all of Florence-Firestone, all of the City of […]

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20th Annual Empowerment Congress Summit registration now CLOSED

Registration is now CLOSED. For advanced notice of future events, please sign up for our e-mail list here. Serving the communities in Los Angeles covering the Los Angeles County Second Supervisorial District, the Empowerment Congress is here to empower and engage all members of our diverse communities to ensure our collective voice is heard by: […]

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Celebrating hope in the second supervisorial district

More than 150 children and adults celebrated the holiday season with Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and participated in the countdown to the lighting of the “Tree of Hope” Christmas tree at the Second District’s third annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony. The Ceremony took place at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Multi-Service Ambulatory Care […]

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Ujima Village community meeting

More than 250 people attended an informational meeting held by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, to receive an update on the environmental investigation into oil-related contamination at the former Ujima Village apartment complex. Officials from the Los Angeles Regional Water Board, the Los Angeles Community Development Commission, the Department of Parks and Recreation and the County Assessor’s […]