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May 2014 Newsletter

Welcome to the May 2014 Newsletter. On May 28 at 9:30 a.m. in Willowbrook, we will celebrate the ribbon cutting of the Martin Luther King Jr. Outpatient Center. This facility is an important part of our medical village that will be anchored by three facilities... See message
Mark your calendars for the ribbon cutting of the Martin Luther King Jr. Outpatient Center on May 28 at 9:30 a.m. in Willowbrook. After nearly two years of construction, the $172 million-center is ready to open its exam rooms for residents in the area... Read More
Rachel Fleming could not contain her tears as she watched hundreds of marchers make their way down Western Avenue to send a loud message to pimps and johns who buy and sell children for... Read More
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to include a strong jail diversion program as part of its overall jail master plan. Acting on a motion authored by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, the board called for a strategy... Read More
onstruction on the long anticipated Crenshaw-to-LAX rail line is set to begin at 10 p.m., Friday, May 2, through Saturday, May 3, on Crenshaw Boulevard between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Stocker Street... Read More
The much-anticipated Lennox Library and Constituent Service Center recently re-opened with a celebration. Nearly one thousand residents came out to take their first peak of the newly renovated library, including 13-year-old Lennox resident Aja Clark... Read More
When the beautiful new King Fahad Mosque in Culver City opened in 1998 it captured both local and national attention. In accordance with Islamic tradition, its marble fa├žade faces Mecca, and handmade tiles from Turkey distinguish its 72-foot-high minaret, which is topped with a gold leaf crescent... Read More
Not too long ago, Tammy Kurcz, 54, lived in a nice house in Arizona. After some of her investments went south, her middle-class lifestyle disappeared. So she moved back to Los Angeles, the city she called home for 28 years... Read More
Gardena resident Mark Henderson would like to help his city begin cleaning up the 72 contaminated land sites that exist within its boundaries... Read More
Sixth grader, Antonio Ayala, 11, of Alliance College- Ready Middle Academy 7, is called fat and teased for running slowly by a handful of classmates every day - it happens at recess, at lunch and even during class... Read More
In yet another milestone, the nonprofit Martin Luther King - Los Angeles Healthcare Corporation (MLK-LA) has signed a 40-year lease with Los Angeles County to run and operate the new Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital... Read More

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