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  • L.A. councilmen want city to weigh in on possible Times sale

    Three Los Angeles City Council members -- including a candidate for mayor -- asked their colleagues Tuesday to consider pulling city pension money from the investment firms that own the Los Angeles Times if they sell the publication to buyers who do not...
  • Town hall meeting scheduled today on LAX runway project

    Los Angeles International Airport's neighboring community and labor organizations are hosting a town hall Saturday in response to the L.A. City Council’s approval this week of a $4.76-billion renovation project, which includes a controversial plan...
  • Council approves $40 million for Crenshaw Line stop in Leimert Park

    Council approves $40 million for Crenshaw Line stop in Leimert Park
    The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved $40 million for an underground Crenshaw Line station in Leimert Park, which for years has been a source of friction between officials and the community. Councilmember Bernard C. Parks, whose...
  • Herb Wesson easily wins reelection as L.A. City Council president

    Herb Wesson easily wins reelection as L.A. City Council president
    Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson was easily reelected president of the city's lawmaking body for two more years, cementing his status as one of the region's most powerful elected officials. Wesson, who has been council president for the last 18...
  • Garcetti appoints three L.A. city representatives to Metro board

    Garcetti appoints three L.A. city representatives to Metro board
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Thursday appointed three Los Angeles representatives to the board of the county’s transportation agency, one of the biggest decisions the new mayor has made so far that will influence his administration’s...
  • Arguments over L.A.'s mural ban paint different pictures

    Arguments over L.A.'s mural ban paint different pictures
    When José Huizar was growing up in Boyle Heights in the 1970s, the profusion of murals on apartment buildings and private homes spoke to a burgeoning sense of community pride among the city's Mexican American population. "They had a positive impact on...
  • L.A. Councilman-elect Bonin talks development, gay marriage

    This post has been corrected. See the note below for details. The man who will soon replace Los Angeles City Councilman Bill Rosendahl in a coastal council district offered a passionate defense Thursday of the neighborhood groups that fight large-...
  • After Waxman's bombshell, Rosendahl's first thought is: Ted Lieu

    After Waxman's bombshell, Rosendahl's first thought is: Ted Lieu
    After hearing the news of U.S. Rep. Henry A. Waxman's decision to retire from Congress, former Los Angeles Councilman Bill Rosendahl picked up the phone and called state Sen. Ted W. Lieu (D-Torrance) to urge him to run for the veteran Westside Democrat'...
  • Los Angeles may become a 'sanctuary city' for cat lovers

    Los Angeles may become a 'sanctuary city' for cat lovers
    Los Angeles City Councilman Paul Koretz has proposed raising the number of cats that Los Angeles residents can have in their homes from three to five. I know what you’re thinking: “Oh, no, I’m already over the limit. What will I do...
  • L.A. City Councilman Bill Rosendahl: a life of contrasts

     
    For decades, Rosendahl has opened his doors to people who need help. In the 1970s, he let a group of homeless teenagers stay in his Venice Beach apartment, including a young couple who camped in his walk-in closet. Seventeen years ago, he took in an aging...
  • Sacramento veterans dominate L.A. City Council races

     
    Three current and former state lawmakers won their races for Los Angeles City Council outright while two others were heading into runoffs, raising the possibility that nearly seven of the council's 15 seats could be held by ex-Sacramento veterans....