The forum will take place on February 10 from 10am to 1pm at Méndez High School in Boyle Heights and will be livestreamed by LA Public Press.
The project has been marred in a financial and regulatory roller coaster due to previous uncertainty in securing funds for its construction.
Lupe Breard is being evicted from the home that once harbored the last family, the Arechigas, evicted from Chavez Ravine in 1959.
Measure HLA, or Healthy Streets LA, would take away space from cars, but proponents say it will save lives.
An analysis of new city buyout data by LA Public Press shows that tenant buyouts are concentrated in buildings with huge numbers of tenant complaints.
A renters zine created in collaboration with the community, and distributed through schools and libraries, helps Angelenos better advocate for themselves.
Mail-in voting is already underway in Los Angeles County; mail-in ballots were sent out starting on Feb. 5, and ballot drop-off boxes opened up on Feb. 6.
More than a third of over 9,500 sworn LA County Sheriff’s Department staff don’t live in LA County.
A Saturday rally in solidarity with nine nurses fired by St. Francis Medical Center in Lynwood drew about 200 people.
Both incumbent Kevin de León and Assemblyman Miguel Santiago were no-shows.
Next year, at least one group of Los Angeles commuters might be the newest beneficiaries of the EV transition: LAUSD students.