Please take a moment to vote YES on Measure L next Tuesday, March 8…And pass this along to your friends, family and co-workers! What is Measure L? Measure L is a City Charter amendment, which means it’s not a new tax. It means that you are telling the City of Los
Angeles to give ONE more PENNY per $100 of taxes paid to the library department. Since 1878, voters have done this for the library five times; most recently in 1999.
03.5.11 | Community, Laws | Alex Golshan
We have called a press conference/RALLY on the steps of City Hall, 200 North Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA, for Wednesday January 5th at 10Am to call on the City Council and the Department of Cultural Affairs to cut their own high salaries BEFORE they cut part time staff at Barnsdall Art Park.
01.3.11 | Art, Community, Laws | Lou Golshan
With all the Holiday festivities, visiting in-laws, maxed out credit cards, yummy dinners and all the office parties, its no surprise the alcohol intake escalates during this Season. The LAPD is serious about not driving under the influence and has set up sobriety checkpoints through out the Los Angeles area, on Friday and Saturday nights.
12.17.10 | Community, Laws | Lou Golshan
The LIBRARY CHARTER AMENDMENT is on the ballot for the City Council on Tues Nov 16, 2010 morning! This will effect our own Los Feliz library! The proposed ballot will decide whether to put a measure on the March 2011 ballot that would restore the the library budget,
11.14.10 | Community, Laws | Lou Golshan
As the hype of New Year’s Eve transitions to the first day of the new decade, a variety of new laws come into effect as of January 1, 2010. Here are a few you may want to know about: LEAD FREE FAUCETS- as of today, it is illegal to sell faucets, as well as faucet [...]
01.1.10 | Community, Food, Laws, Real Estate | Alex Golshan