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This group is bringing music and art to El Sereno’s last open space

For nearly 20 years, El Sereno residents have fought to protect Elephant Hill from development, offroading, and illegal dumping. For two days in May, Voices From the Hill will host a musical procession and offsite education event, raising awareness about the movement to protect open spaces in Northeast LA.

CD14 Guide: Nadine Diaz

Nadine Diaz is a healthcare professional and college teacher who lives in Boyle Heights, and wants to serve on the LA City Council.

Impacted by Exide? You can now report your complaints online

Over 4,980 properties have been cleaned up within the 1.7-mile radius of the Exide recycling plant in Vernon, after the now-closed facility contaminated miles of Southeast LA with lead.  Now, residents with complaints and comments about the clean-up can submit their feedback online.  An online public feedback system created for folks to report issues and…

Will the City help Chinatown tenants? Emails show officials dragging their feet

CHINATOWN — When tenants of a large Chinatown apartment complex found out in 2018 that the covenant keeping their rents affordable would soon expire, they called on the city to help them fight enormous rent increases. Four years later, Los Angeles City Council committed to exploring a purchase of the building to keep tenants housed.…

Burbank is a city of renters. It’s looking to expand tenant protections in 2024.

BURBANK – Burbank is looking to revisit and strengthen the Tenant Protection Urgency Ordinance passed in 2023 after residents critiqued the city ordinance as too weak. Tenants mostly have taken issue with the way the ordinance deals with substantial remodel just cause evictions. This type of evictions was first introduced in the state Tenant Protection…