Tag: Homelessness

Bass, Caruso will work to end homelessness — differently

Bass, Caruso will work to end homelessness — differently

| October 4, 2022 | 0 Comments

One is a congresswoman who has worked with the underserved. The other is a billionaire businessman who builds tony properties. Both have ambitious plans to end or at least make a huge dent in the number of people living on the street. Caruso’s is more ambitious, and expensive. Bass would fine tune and expand the […]

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Process versus litigation in city attorney’s race

Process versus litigation in city attorney’s race

| September 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

Hydee Feldstein Soto and Faisal Gill took very different paths to becoming candidates for the position of city attorney, and they express different approaches to the job. They are running to replace termed-out Mike Feuer. Feldstein Soto: the accidental candidate Hydee Feldstein Soto retired ten years ago from her legal practice as a partner in […]

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It took a village, but Giorgio is finally getting some help

It took a village, but Giorgio is finally getting some help

| June 2, 2022 | 0 Comments

Driving down Larchmont Boulevard, I can’t help but glance in the direction of the newsstand and Peet’s Coffee, places where unhoused Larchmont regular Giorgio used to stand with his shopping cart, waiting for gifts of money, food and Advil. However, as the Larchmont Chronicle reported in the May 2022 issue, the Los Angeles County Department […]

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Housing solutions are on a fast track, says leader at PATH

Housing solutions are on a fast track, says leader at PATH

| September 2, 2021 | 0 Comments

Housing-forward, person-centered solutions to homelessness have been Tessa Madden Storms’s work for the past decade. Madden Storms, who lives in Windsor Village, is the senior director of philanthropy at PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) and the regional director of PATH Santa Barbara. “Certainly, the geographical change of pace of going on up to Santa Barbara […]

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Neighborhood regular sparks chats and compassion

Neighborhood regular sparks chats and compassion

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Frank Sinatra liked Italian food and regularly downed three shots of bourbon while waiting for his table at Chasen’s. Hitchcock preferred champagne, fruit and French cuisine. Mick Jagger showed up at restaurants after a gig at the Roxy in a chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce. So recalls Giorgio, the 56-year-old Larchmont Boulevard regular from behind his possession-piled […]

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Tammy Rosato is passionate about her mission: end homelessness

Tammy Rosato is passionate about her mission: end homelessness

| August 1, 2019 | 3 Comments

If you are involved in our local community at all, then there’s a very good chance you already know Tammy Rosato. She’s the La Brea Hancock Homeowner’s Association president and neighborhood watch co-chair, a board member for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) and homelessness liaison for La Brea Hancock. She also is a member […]

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