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Gloria Molina

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  • Zev Yaroslavsky, victim of term limits, reflects on decades in office

    Zev Yaroslavsky, victim of term limits, reflects on decades in office
    A decade into his long, public career, Zev Yaroslavsky ruminated about his motivation for first seeking elected office. "To save the world," he told an interviewer in 1985. A member of the Los Angeles City Council at the time, he conceded that he...
  • Evergreen Cemetery is awash in history, and drowning in blight

     Evergreen Cemetery is awash in history, and drowning in blight
    Laura Mayan attached a crinkle hose to a nearby faucet and dragged it over to the dirt-covered plot at Evergreen Cemetery where her grandmother was buried three years ago. As her mother watched and her daughter frolicked the grounds in a pink Sunday...
  • Outgoing L.A. County Supervisor Gloria Molina opts for new challenge

    Outgoing L.A. County Supervisor Gloria Molina opts for new challenge
    As departing Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina was being honored last week for her 23 years in the office, she paused to reminisce about her rocky beginning. "Everything seemed like a battle in those early years," she told gathered family,...
  • L.A. County supervisors vote to extend ICE deal in jails

    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to extend a controversial partnership with federal immigration authorities designed to target potentially deportable immigrants who have been convicted of serious crimes. The board voted 3-0 to...
  • Supervisors to weigh county jails' collaboration with ICE agents

     Supervisors to weigh county jails' collaboration with ICE agents
    Los Angeles County supervisors are nearing a decision on whether to extend a controversial program with federal immigration authorities that targets potentially deportable immigrants who have been convicted of serious crimes. The program, known as 287(...
  • L.A. groups form emergency relief fund to help immigrant children

    L.A. groups form emergency relief fund to help immigrant children
    Several philanthropic groups have formed an emergency relief fund to assist Los Angeles nonprofits overwhelmed by an influx of immigrant children and their parents. On Thursday, a coalition of groups announced a pledge drive to raise money for the fund....
  • FAQs: The Times' endorsement process for the Nov. 4 elections

    FAQs: The Times' endorsement process for the Nov. 4 elections
    It's not official but certainly feels true: California will have more elections this year than rainy days. The current downpour lasts from the first week in October, when vote-by-mail ballots for the statewide general election become available, through...
  • Mark Ridley-Thomas pushes planned $8-million Culver City arts center

    Mark Ridley-Thomas pushes planned $8-million Culver City arts center
    With Gloria Molina and Zev Yaroslavsky, the members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors who’ve been most active in pushing for government funding for cultural venues, about to step down due to term limits, board holdover Mark Ridley-...
  • Downtown's development boom nears historic Olvera Street

    Downtown's development boom nears historic Olvera Street
    The revitalization of downtown Los Angeles is reaching the heart of the city's historic birthplace with the approval Tuesday of a $135-million development of 341 apartments as well as shops and community facilities near Olvera Street and Union Station....
  • Changing of guard among L.A. County supervisors not happening quietly

    Changing of guard among L.A. County supervisors not happening quietly
    The final weeks of elected officials' terms are typically spent packing up boxes, exchanging goodbyes, and handing out proclamations to constituents and loyal staff members. But facing a historic changing of the guard, the Los Angeles County Board of...
  • Supervisor: Strip county fire of hiring authority amid nepotism claims

    Supervisor: Strip county fire of hiring authority amid nepotism claims
    A county supervisor is proposing to take hiring authority away from the Los Angeles County Fire Department following a Times investigation that found a disproportionate number of firefighters have family ties within the department. Supervisor Gloria...