Carolyn Ramsay resides in Windsor Square but these days she seems to be everywhere in LA. Tom LaBonge, City Councilman of the 4th District will [more…]
Elections for the GWNC are this Sunday, March 30 from 12-4 pm at John Burroughs Middle School, 600 S. McCadden. If you live, work, or [more…]
Jack Humphreville writes LA Watchdog for CityWatch where this was first published on January 28, 2014. On Tuesday at the Mayor’s budget town hall in [more…]
A Democratic fundraiser featuring Michelle Obama has been rescheduled for January 29th in Hancock Park.
Please join Councilmember Tom LaBonge and Council District Four staff for a community gathering in honor and in remembrance of former Hancock Park resident Huell Howser.
This Wednesday, the GWNC will hold its first Board Meeting of the year. Some of the highlights of the meeting include…
The Los Angeles Police Department’s Wilshire Division and West Traffic Division are holding their annual Open House on Sunday afternoon, October 6th. The event is at the LAPD Wilshire Community Police Station, 4861 Venice Boulevard (east of La Brea Avenue) from 12pm to 4pm.
Today is October 4th – 10-4 day to those in law enforcement (or those who have played law enforcement on TV). Classic police cars will be on display at the LAFD Fire Museum at 12pm this afternoon (Friday 10/4).
As requested by the LAUSD Board of Education, town hall meetings will be held across the District to increase understanding of the State of California [more…]
Three candidates filed paperwork that allows them to begin fundraising, signaling their intention to run for the CD4 LA City Council seat that will be [more…]
A large group of supporters is expected to turn out at the Mid City West Community Council meeting tonight as the first stop in an effort to save Tom Bergin’s Tavern and have it designated as a historic site.
The semi-annual meeting of the Larchmont Village Neighborhood Association takes place on Tuesday, May 14th at 7pm. The slate is full and the evening promises to be a great opportunity to hear from local representatives.
South Korean President Park Geun-hye visited Korean business leaders in Los Angeles on Thursday as part of a five day trip to the United States. The day included a welcoming luncheon in Windsor Square…[read more…]
Please join Councilman Tom LaBonge, the Department of Recreation and Parks, and the Los Angeles Police Department, for the opening of the new playground at LA High Memorial Park, this Thursday, May 2nd, at 8 a.m. on the grounds of the Memorial Branch Library at 4625 W. Olympic Boulevard.
Former State Senator Sheila Kuehl announced her decision to run for Zev Yaroslavsky’s seat on the LA County Board of Supervisors when Yaroslavsky’s seat is termed out in 2014. She is the first candidate to enter the race for the LA County Supervisor, 3rd District.
The City of LA is eliminating the existing Transportation Element of its General Plan and replacing it with a new Mobility Element. This is a major planning shift and these changes could affect you. [Read more…]
Early this afternoon, I set out on foot to vote. I left my back door, turned on my iPhone stopwatch, and commenced counting my steps. [more…]
LA City polling places are open from 7a-8p Tuesday, March 5th. But before you leave to head off to your “regular” polling place – be warned! Polling places are often times at different locations for LA City Elections.
There are only two propositions on this Tuesday’s ballot, and Windsor Square resident Jack Humphreville has personally taken on a campaign to check “no” on [more…]
Don’t forget to check in and see what your friends and neighbors have to say about the candidates they feel will best serve our City. [more…]