Curren Price Elected as City Council President Pro Tempore Community, Local Legislation Councilman Curren Price has been elected to serve as the LA City Council’s next president pro tempore, following an 11-0 vote by his fellow councilman. The president pro tempore is second in charge in the council. The position was previously held by Mitch…Read More
The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously voted to elect Councilmember Paul Krekorian as the new City Council President.
Krekorian is replacing Nury Martinez, who resigned following leaked audio where she was caught saying racist remarks.Read More
Nury Martinez resigned from the Los Angeles City Council this week after a recording of her making racist and offensive remarks became public.
Other individuals heard encouraging and making offensive remarks included City Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de Leon and LA County Federation of Labor Federation President Ron Herrera.
And while Ron Herrera has also resigned, Kevin de Leon and Gil Cedillo have not. The two even arrived at City Hall on Tuesday as though it was going to be business as usual.Other individuals heard encouraging and making offensive remarks included City Councilmembers Gil Cedillo and Kevin de Leon and LA County Federation of Labor Federation President Ron Herrera.
Public Safety Concerns Drive Starbucks Closures Community, Homelessness, Public Safety Starbucks announced it would close six stores in Los Angeles due to concerns about employee safety. Concerns such as drug use, crime, and a rising mental health crisis contributed to the closures. Unable to mitigate these issues alone, Starbucks will “open new locations with safer…Read More
When people think of Los Angeles, it’s often synonymous with a high cost of living. As Angelenos know too well, this could not be further from the truth. According to the data, Los Angeles is known as one of the most expensive cities to live in. Although Los Angeles’ growth is producing higher wages and new industries, those …Read More
Take the BizFed Pulse Poll Today! The Los Angeles County Business Federation’s (BizFed) biggest annual data project is LIVE – and we’re asking you to participate in the intel-gathering portion of our 2022 Pulse Poll. From now until early May, we’ll be gathering insight from all business community voices.Read More
The commercial real estate industry has long been a leader in promoting sustainable building practices. From using carbon-free technologies, developing energy efficient waste systems, and collaboration with City governments on sustainability measures, the CRE has actively played a role in supporting the environment. In keeping with this trend, urban beekeeping has surfaced as…Read More