Raves were suspended at the L.A. Coliseum after a girl died at one of the events. Now, a short-handed Coliseum Commission has reversed that decision, much to the dismay of Rave critics.
This interview airs on Time Warner’s Local Edition on October 25th and October 26th.
7:00 A.M. Registration 9:00 A.M. Walk Begins
Register at www.homewalkla.org or call 1-888-2-HELP-LA
Los Angeles County has 45,000 homeless people, with almost 39% residing in the Second District. Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas has made ending and preventing homelessness in Los Angeles County and the Second District a priority. He has developed a strategic plan and has been actively working in the community to solve the problem.
The Supervisor will be leading a Second District Team at the United Way Home Walk on November 13, 2010 at Exposition Park (between Sports Arena and Coliseum) to raise funds for homeless individuals and families. Please join us for this important endeavor. Click onto the website and join the Supervisor Mark-Ridley Thomas Home Walk Team. Your $35.00 registration fee will go directly to our goal of raising at least $1,500 for services for homeless individuals! Show your commitment and join the team! Recruit family, friends and colleagues to join us as we have fun and address a serious problem.
The dollars we raise will help end homelessness in the second District!
Supervisor Ridley-Thomas today joined U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer in announcing a vital U.S. Department of Transportation loan of $546 million for the eagerly anticipated Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Line.
“Senator Boxer heard the voices of the Crenshaw community and has led us to this major triumph in our quest for a first-class rail system. It is our hope this massive infusion of federal funds will be used to move passengers to the Crenshaw corridor and on to LAX on a train that goes underground to enhance prosperity without disrupting the streetscapes of our neighborhoods,” Ridley-Thomas said.
The Crenshaw/LAX line represents the largest public works investment in South Los Angeles in history. “This project is the result of tireless efforts of a coalition of organizations and citizens who have joined together to make this vision of a new line a reality, but would not have been possible without the push in Washington from Senator Boxer,” said Supervisor Ridley-Thomas.