The LA Law Library is hosting a week-long series of free events and classes for Angelenos seeking legal resources on civil legal problems that affect basic living conditions such as housing, family safety and consumer debt.
The Slauson Recreation Center fields have been undergoing a transformation this summer and fall and will soon be ready for a community ribbon cutting celebration. So far the fields have been updated with state of the art artificial turf.
The program will bring the economic and environmental benefits of this clean sustainable resource to customers who live in multifamily buildings and cannot participate in traditional solar programs.
Central Alameda Neighborhood Council will be holding elections for all seats on June 8, 2019. The candidate filing period is from February 23 through March 26.
Starting Sept. 12, the LA Department of Transportation will begin accepting a new round of applications for its Speed Hump Program. LADOT will accept 30 applications from each Council District.