Tag: Mayor Karen Bass

Progress, challenges in Bass’ first 100 days

Progress, challenges in Bass’ first 100 days

| March 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

Nearly 4,000 housed Mayor Karen Bass gave an overview of the progress and challenges of battling homelessness at a discussion at City Hall on March 15 in her offices. Joined by her team, she told a group of reporters, “We want to do a deep dive to let you know all that is being done… […]

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Tent dwellers on Sixth St. get housing

Tent dwellers on Sixth St. get housing

| March 2, 2023 | 0 Comments

‘Inside Safe’ comes to the Miracle Mile Last month in the Miracle Mile, Mayor Karen Bass and Fifth District Councilmember Katy Young Yaroslavsky implemented a local project under the mayor‘s citywide “Inside Safe” initiative. The program was a collaboration between Council District 5, the Mayor’s Office, the Los Angeles departments of Sanitation, Transportation, and Police, […]

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New mayor hard at work

New mayor hard at work

| January 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

Homelessness tops her agenda; move-in underway for Getty House in Windsor Square Before Mayor Karen Bass left for the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Washington, D.C. in mid-January, she spoke with us about her rapid-fire actions to help alleviate homelessness since taking office just one month before. The solution will take “all hands on deck,” […]

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Locking arms  to address  homelessness  is top of mayor’s agenda

Locking arms to address homelessness is top of mayor’s agenda

| December 29, 2022 | 0 Comments

During her inauguration speech on Dec. 11, Mayor Karen Bass emphasized the need for all Angelenos to “lock arms” to address homelessness. She said that the voters elected her to lead and that she would, adding: “But I am also asking you, Angelenos, to join me in moving our city forward. “In addition to asking […]

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