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  • L.A. may require pool covers to fight drought

    L.A. may require pool covers to fight drought
    Los Angeles water officials approved new watering restrictions Thursday that could be imposed if the city’s conservation efforts flag in the coming summer months. Residents could be required to cover their swimming pools or limit their watering to...
  • L.A. councilman looks to leftover bath, laundry water for conservation

    L.A. councilman looks to leftover bath, laundry water for conservation
    City Councilman Paul Krekorian doesn't want the leftover water from daily showers, dish washing and laundry to go to waste. As this historic drought drags into its fourth year and public officials practically beg Californians to reduce water usage,...
  • Mayor Garcetti has a 'pLAn' for L.A. Or is it really a dream?

    Mayor Garcetti has a 'pLAn' for L.A. Or is it really a dream?
    Mayor Eric Garcetti has released "the pLAn" of environmentally themed initiatives and wish list items that he hopes will reshape Los Angeles over the next few decades. It's a laudable effort. As things stand, there's no telling when the drought will...
  • L.A. saving water but still has a long way to go

    L.A. saving water but still has a long way to go
    Los Angeles residents and city leaders express pride in the significant cuts in water use they have made. Per capita water demand dropped countywide about 16% between 2000 and 2013. But a new UCLA study found that L.A. County still has a long way to go....
  • Who should pay for quake retrofits?

    Who should pay for quake retrofits?
    The city of Los Angeles has finally acknowledged that preparing for a cataclysmic earthquake will take more than stocking up on water or participating in a Great Shakeout drill. In December, Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled an ambitious plan to fortify the...
  • After scathing report, councilman calls for L.A. homeless panel

    After scathing report, councilman calls for L.A. homeless panel
    Responding to a scathing report describing the city's homelessness policy as dysfunctional, Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar is calling for a new council committee to develop a comprehensive strategy for getting people off the streets and...
  • Venice Beach neighborhood council seeks topless sunbathing for women

    Venice Beach neighborhood council seeks topless sunbathing for women
    Venice Beach, looking to its European roots, is asking the L.A. City Council to let women sunbathe topless at the beach. In a 12-2 vote, the Venice Neighborhood Council said it “supports women being afforded the same rights as men to sunbathe...
  • Judge refuses to block city order to empty Hollywood apartment tower

    Judge refuses to block city order to empty Hollywood apartment tower
    A judge on Wednesday rejected a request for a temporary restraining order that would have blocked Los Angeles officials from forcing a developer to remove dozens of tenants from a Hollywood high-rise. Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant denied the...
  • Garcetti budget seeks to boost recession-hit Cultural Affairs Dept.

    Garcetti budget seeks to boost recession-hit Cultural Affairs Dept.
    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is proposing a 12.2% spending increase for the Department of Cultural Affairs, which would receive the biggest boost during what has been a very lean, recession-...
  • Activists fasting outside L.A. City Hall tell council to hike minimum wage

    Activists fasting outside L.A. City Hall tell council to hike minimum wage
    A light breeze blew outside Los Angeles City Hall on Tuesday as a nurse took the blood pressures of eight women in the midst of a 15-day fast designed to pressure officials into approving a $15-an-hour minimum wage. The temperature was in the mid-60s...
  • Waze, L.A. to share data on traffic, hit-and-runs, kidnappings

    Waze, L.A. to share data on traffic, hit-and-runs, kidnappings
    Those who use the traffic app Waze in Los Angeles will receive alerts about hit-and-runs and abducted children as part of a new data-sharing partnership between the company and the city, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Tuesday. Several government departments...