News List (Aggregated)
Mayors and local governments call for Gov. Newsom to pursue a statewide zero-emission building code after legal setback threatens climate progress
Los Angeles, San Francisco, and San Jose join 22 other local jurisdictions in calling on Newsom to pursue alternative path to statewide building standards to protect Californians against climate crisis
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday moved to try to block a developer’s planned luxury hotel in Benedict Canyon amid opposition from some neighbors and the council member who represents the hillside area.
On an 8-6 vote, the council backed Councilmember Katy Yaroslavsky’s motion asking the city’s planning director to intervene and consider stopping the proposed Bulgari Resort Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES - Today, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Katy Yaroslavsky unveiled plans for a new interim housing project on L.A.’s Westside. Located on an underutilized city-owned parking lot at the intersection of Pico Blvd. and Midvale Ave, the project will add desperately needed interim beds to the Fifth Council District’s homeless housing supply. When Councilmember Yaroslavsky took office, there were fewer than 100 interim housing units available for the district’s 1,300 unhoused individuals.
Motion From Councilwoman Yaroslavsky to Accelerate Affordable and Supportive Housing Development on City-Owned Land Passes Los Angeles City Council
Newest member of the powerful Metro board attends her first meeting on March 23
Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass has appointed L.A. City Council member Katy Yaroslavsky to a seat on the board of the county’s regional transit agency, bringing the board to full strength for the first time this year.
Approximately 40 people living in tents along Sixth Street behind the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and Academy Museum began moving indoors on Feb. 16 after interim housing units were identified as part of Mayor Karen Bass’ Inside Safe program.