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Jose Huizar

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  • Former aide to Councilman Mitchell Englander files harassment suit

    Former aide to Councilman Mitchell Englander files harassment suit
    A former staffer to Los Angeles City Councilman Mitchell Englander has filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against the city, alleging that one of the lawmaker's top aides repeatedly made inappropriate sexual comments to her. The staffer, identified as...
  • Ex-aide to Councilman Mitchell Englander files harassment suit

    Ex-aide to Councilman Mitchell Englander files harassment suit
    Another political aide at Los Angeles City Hall has filed a harassment lawsuit, this time targeting the office of Councilman Mitchell Englander in the San Fernando Valley. A former Englander staffer, who identified herself as Jane Doe in her filing,...
  • L.A. Now Live: City Hall staff silent on L.A. streetcar red flags

    L.A. Now Live: City Hall staff silent on L.A. streetcar red flags
    Join Times reporter Laura Nelson at 9 a.m. to discuss the ballooning price tag for a Los Angeles streetcar line and the red flags about the cost increases that city officials remained quiet about. When downtown voters agreed last winter to bring back...
  • City Hall staff kept quiet on L.A. streetcar red flags

    When downtown voters agreed last winter to bring back the Los Angeles streetcar, the campaign pitch sounded simple: a $125-million trolley through the heart of the central city, with funding split between federal grants and a new property tax. Inside...
  • Councilman Huizar says affair with former aide was 'huge mistake'

    Councilman Huizar says affair with former aide was 'huge mistake'
    Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar said Tuesday that his extramarital relationship with a former aide was a "huge mistake" but added that he expects voters will judge him on his accomplishments. Huizar attended his first council meeting since his...
  • Huizar supporters say councilman's woes have not shaken their support

    Huizar supporters say councilman's woes have not shaken their support
    Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar kicked off his reelection campaign Tuesday with an elaborate downtown fundraiser, drawing an array of guests who said the councilman's troubles involving an ex-staffer had not shaken their support. Huizar is...
  • City Hall or frat house?

    City Hall or frat house?
    Human nature being what it is, people are going to have extramarital and intra-office affairs, and no amount of warning from friends, Scriptures or made-for-cable movies will prevent them. But anyone in a position of power to hire and fire is inviting...
  • L.A. council members call for big changes in sex harassment training

    L.A. council members call for big changes in sex harassment training
    Two members of the Los Angeles City Council called Wednesday for major changes to the city’s sexual harassment training, saying every employee should take the sessions, not just managers. Council President Herb Wesson and Councilwoman Nury...
  • On 'parking day,' Mayor Garcetti hits his spots in Boyle Heights

    On 'parking day,' Mayor Garcetti hits his spots in Boyle Heights
    Arcelia Gonzalez complained to the city months ago about sidewalk tree roots that ruptured the drain pipe outside her family's Boyle Heights restaurant — to no avail. So when Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti showed up across the street with a...
  • Around Town: An at-risk gem in downtown L.A.

    There's always a La Cañada connection. Case in point: Michael Connelly's mystery, “The Black Box,” doesn't exactly mention La Cañada, but his lead character, Detective Harry Bosch, stops at Giamela's in Atwater Village for a meatball...
  • L.A.'s pocket parks are flourishing, supporters say

    L.A.'s pocket parks are flourishing, supporters say
    A plan to increase the pedestrian friendliness of Los Angeles by blocking off parallel parking spaces and creating pocket parks on the adjacent sidewalk appears to be flourishing, according to city officials and backers of the project. The pilot program...