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Eric Garcetti

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  • After Big Boost in State Incentives, L.A. Shifts Attention to Resolving Production Hassles

    With a hefty boost in the state's film and TV incentives signed and sealed, Los Angeles city council members on Tuesday took a number of steps to resolving permitting and bureaucratic issues to try to make filming in city limits a bit smoother. The tax...
  • L.A. pension agency decision deepens city's budget hole

    L.A. pension agency decision deepens city's budget hole
    A Los Angeles city pension agency voted Tuesday to rein in its long-range earnings forecast, putting in place changes that could throw the city's budget $50 million deeper into the hole next year. The City Employees' Retirement System board responded to...
  • She has a vision for Granada Hills, and not everybody sees it her way

    She has a vision for Granada Hills, and not everybody sees it her way
    Linda Williamson has a vision for the heart of her San Fernando Valley hometown. She imagines yoga classes, street fairs and a weekly Farmers Market on a space that is now a right-turn lane connecting two busy boulevards in Granada Hills. She wants to...
  • Mayor Garcetti is becoming a regular in Washington

    Mayor Garcetti is becoming a regular in Washington
    Many Californians may be happy never to set foot in Washington, with its humid weather and lack of fresh produce. But one of the state's most high-profile residents can't seem to stay away. L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti parachuted into town this week for the...
  • Drought Watch: A dry winter could mean tougher restrictions

    Drought Watch: A dry winter could mean tougher restrictions
    What will happen with water restrictions if California doesn't get significant rain and snow this winter? The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, which provides the Southland with imported supplies from Northern California and the...
  • How I Made It: Gene Seroka

    How I Made It: Gene Seroka
    The gig: Gene Seroka, 50, is executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, the nation's busiest seaport. The former shipping line executive, who started in the job four months ago, manages an organization with a $939-million budget that handled $285.4...
  • L.A. City Council should take time to get minimum wage hike right

    L.A. City Council should take time to get minimum wage hike right
    Several Los Angeles City Council members have requested further study of how Mayor Eric Garcetti's $13.25-an-hour minimum wage proposal — and the $15.25 alternative that is also being considered — would affect the local economy, particularly...
  • No progress on LAFD 911 response times, new data show

    No progress on LAFD 911 response times, new data show
    Waits for 911 medical help in Los Angeles have increased slightly this year, signaling no measurable progress toward Mayor Eric Garcetti's campaign pledge to speed up Fire Department responses to emergencies, according to city statistics released...
  • L.A. Fire Department response times slow, data show

    L.A. Fire Department response times slow, data show
    Waits for 911 medical help in Los Angeles increased slightly this year, signaling no measurable progress on Mayor Eric Garcetti's campaign pledge to speed up Fire Department responses to emergencies, according to city statistics released Thursday....
  • Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing

    Live Nation's bid to run Greek Theatre gets parks panel's backing
    The Greek Theatre could change hands after a Los Angeles city commission recommended Thursday that another company take over running the historic Griffith Park venue, the latest step in a bitter battle between entertainment titans. The decision could...
  • Mayor Eric Garcetti thanks CBS for keeping 'The Late Late Show' in L.A.

    Mayor Eric Garcetti thanks CBS for keeping 'The Late Late Show' in L.A.
    "The Late Late Show" is, as expected, leaving its heart (and production) in Los Angeles--and for that, L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti is thankful. Early on Thursday, CBS revealed the dates of the baton hand-off for its often overlooked "Late Late Show." Craig...