LA Housing and Community Investment Department Workshops for October 2015


Primary Renovation Program & Tenant Habitability Plans Requirements for THPs & How to Apply for Passthroughs for Primary Renovation Work Free Workshops: October 2015 This workshop explains provisions of the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) which allow landlords of rent-stabilized properties to apply for rent adjustments for “Primary Renovation” work. Primary renovation involves construction work on a major […]

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CicLAvia – Heart of LA: October 18


CicLAvia – Heart of LA will celebrate what has become a Los Angeles institution on October 18 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with a fifth-year anniversary route. CicLAvia began as an idea with an uncertain outcome when it first removed cars from the streets of downtown Los Angeles on October 10, 2010. Now, five years, […]

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L.A. City Council Declares Homelessness an Emergency, Earmarks $100 Million for Solutions


Mayor calls for investments in long-term initiatives, and rolls out short-term proposals to address emergency needs. Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced the first steps of a comprehensive strategy to address the homelessness crisis in Los Angeles, an effort that would invest at least $100 million annually in City funding to help house tens of thousands […]

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LAPD Hollenbeck Station’s Movie with a Cop

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The Los Angeles Police Department Hollenbeck Station Movie with a Cop “Big Hero 6” Free Movie Night Snacks provided by LA-32 Neighborhood Council Safe environment Bring your blanket or low folding chair When: October 10th, 2015 7-9pm Where: 2111 E. First Street, Los Angeles, 90033 For additional information contact Officer Jose Padilla, Community Relations at […]

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6th Street Bridge, a dying landmark, honored with art show in its last days

la-6th-street-bridge-photos-20150531-002 Too often, tributes to Los Angeles history come too late — when the guests of honor are long gone. Old structures in this city disappear so fast, to say farewell we stand where they used to stand and stare into the voids. The 6th Street Viaduct, however, is having a long goodbye. The 83-year-old […]

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