Imagine L.A.

Imagine L.A.Sarah shared, “I was really struggling, bouncing around from place to place. I had no friends. I was hanging out with all the wrong people. Worst of all? I didn’t care about myself.” Many years ago, Sarah, age 7, was removed from her family and placed in the foster…

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Pico Great Street UPDATE Oct 2018

Pico Great Street UPDATE Oct 2018  If you've been out on our Great Street lately you've noticed a big change - brand new curb extensions at Curson and Hauser! These are the first improvements in the community's vision for Destination: Pico, to be installed. Hooray! It's happening! A quick refresher on curb extensions. They...- Reduce…

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FAA Airplane Crisis Oct 18 Update

FAA Airplane Crisis Oct 18 Update As I sit in my office writing this piece, I am wearing a gun range noise cancelling headset and earpbuds tuned to calming sounds and music. It has become a normal part of my lifestyle because it is the only way to cancel out the airplane noise that I've been…

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Los Angeles State of Emergency

Los Angeles State of Emergency When you think of an emergency in Los Angeles, you normally think of dialing 911 and getting the Los Angeles Police and/or Fire Department depending on the emergency. However, let’s GO BIG and think of REALLY BIG emergencies on the scale of a major earthquake, brush fire, power outage, or…

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NextGen/FAA Versus the People - Update Aug 2018

NextGen/FAA Versus the People - Update Aug 2018 Residents living under the FAA’s NextGen airplane highway were alarmed when the many efforts of the Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA) community Roundtable, and affected councilmembers led by Council President Wesson, were being summarily dismissed by the FAA.  These efforts included numerous letters to the FAA that went unanswered…

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The Minority Aids Project

The Minority Aids ProjectMinority AIDS Project (MAP) located at 5149 W. Jefferson Blvd is the first community-based HIV/AIDS organization established and managed by people of color in the United States. Archbishop Carl Bean and members of Unity Fellowship Church founded Minority AIDS Project in 1985. MAP’s services and educational programs are community-wide and…

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Pico Great Street Update June 2018

Hello there! You may have noticed that we at the Collaborative have been pretty quiet this year.After all of last year's outreach for Destination: Pico, all 1,500 conversations we had with members of our community, all eight workshops, the surveys, the business visits, the art zine, the pedestrian counts...well,…

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Koreatown Activists Versus Council President Herb Wesson. Again.

Koreatown Activists Versus Council President Herb Wesson. Again.EDITOR:  In an effort to confront the homeless crisis  Mayor Garcetti “declared an emergency shelter crisis and took advantage of a new state law that enables cities to construct homeless shelters on any land owned or leased by the city. To accelerate the construction of these shelters, the Mayor’s 2018-19…

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FAA - Know the Enemy

FAA - Know the EnemyThis is part of our ongoing report and investigation into the Federal Aviation Administration's NextGen airflight highway which is raining down sound and pollution misery on communities in California and across the country.  Jeffrey Lewis worked for the FAA as an air traffic controller before being forced into early retirement…

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City Prepares for Disaster

City Prepares for Disaster On Friday March 2, 2018 (one of the rainiest days in Los Angeles) Mayor Eric Garcetti opened the doors of Getty House to the media, community stakeholders, neighborhood council members, and the myriad of city departments that serve our every need.The reason for this occasion was the signing of…

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Established in August of 2008 by writerartist Dianne V. Lawrence, The Neighborhood News covers the events, people, history, politics and historic architecture of communities throughout the Mid-City and West Adams area in Los Angeles Council District 10.

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