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LAFD Union Compromise to Avoid Closure of Key Fire Stations

April 19, 2021
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LAFD Fire Stations

During a historic citywide budget crisis, the Los Angeles City Council approved a Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) union deal that would avoid the closure of several fire stations throughout Los Angeles. The deal, tentatively reached in …

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LA to Potentially Settle Federal Lawsuit and Provide Homelessness Housing, Clear Encampments

April 16, 2021
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Homelessness encampment Skid Row

After months of internal deliberation, Los Angeles is poised to reach a settlement that could provide homelessness housing and allow the City to clear key encampments, such as those under freeways …

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Stop Wasting Time and Be Productive with These Four Time Management Systems

April 12, 2021
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Few industries require the kind of self-starter motivation to succeed that real estate does. That’s why it’s so critical to stay productive. However, in today’s world there are constant barriers to not only staying focused but maximizing effectiveness. Thankfully, there are several systems out there that will allow you to reorganize your time through …

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Newsom Announces that California Aims to “Fully Reopen” on June 15th

April 9, 2021
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COVID-19. re-entry

As vaccination rates rise, Governor Newsom announced that the state aims to “fully reopen” on June 15th, rolling back several major COVID-19 health orders. If COVID-19 cases continue to remain low, most businesses will be able to fully …

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Mayor Garcetti’s Climate Emergency Mobilization Office Will Help Meet the Goals of the Green New Deal

April 7, 2021
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CEMO

BOMA/GLA Education Mayor Garcetti has launched Los Angeles’ first-ever Climate Emergency Mobilization Office (CEMO), which will connect various City offices and community leaders to help meet the goals of the Green New Deal. Los Angeles’ Green New Deal, unveiled in 2019, sets aggressive sustainability goals for the City on combatting climate change in our region.…

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New Trucking Regulations Could Cost Warehouse Operators Millions

April 5, 2021
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ISR Rule

The ISR is a new proposed air quality rule by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) that would require warehouse owners and operators to either reduce …

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Meet Rob Bonta, California’s Next Attorney General

April 2, 2021
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Rob Bonta

Last week, Rob Bonta was appointed by Governor Newsom as California’s next Attorney General, filling the vacancy created by Xavier Becerra, who now serves as …

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LA County Moving to Less Restrictive Orange Tier Due to Declining COVID-19 Cases

March 31, 2021
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Orange Tier COVID-19

On Tuesday, the California Department of Public Health announced that the County met the requirements to begin moving down into the less restrictive COVID-19 ‘Orange’ tier. Due to a reduction in daily COVID-19 cases, the County expects to transition from the Red tier to the Orange tier starting …

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Early Candidates Throw Their Hat Into LA Mayoral 2022 Election

March 29, 2021
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Last week, Los Angeles Councilmember and President pro tempore Joe Buscaino announced his bid for Mayor in the 2022 race. He will join and compete with City Attorney Mike Feuer, who announced his mayoral campaign on March of last year. The election for the next Mayor of Los Angeles will take place on …

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Echo Park Lake Closed for Repairs and Distribution of Key Homelessness Services

March 26, 2021
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Echo Park Homelessness

On Wednesday night, Echo Park was closed in order to clear the growing encampments in the area. The efforts continued through Thursday night, with several protests and demonstrations taking place. City officials remark that the closure will allow …

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