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I'm a third generation San Fernando Valley resident and have spent my entire adult life advocating for community empowerment and good government. My top priorities are bringing continued progress, prosperity, mobility and sustainability to our Valley. Please use this website, sign up for my newsletter and contact my offices if you need assistance. My staff and I will always go the extra mile to serve you.

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PAUL KREKORIAN
Councilmember, Second District

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    New Traffic Signal Makes Lankershim Safer for Pedestrians, Cyclists

    LOS ANGELES - Councilmember Krekorian and community members activated a brand new traffic signal and crosswalk at Lankershim Boulevard and Dundas Drive. The signal and the new crosswalk are vital safety improvements for this busy corridor that will protect pedestrians.
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    LA Kicks Off LGBT Heritage Month

      LOS ANGELES - This week, the Los Angeles City Council celebrated LGBT Heritage Month to recognize the contributions of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender artists and activists who are paving the way for equality in Los Angeles. Among the honorees were Sara Ramirez, Alexandra Billings, Michael Kearns and  Alexei Romanoff. You can read about this year's honorees here. 
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    Ensuring a Safe Summer

    With the Fourth of July holiday just around the corner, some of our neighborhoods are already witnessing the familiar pops and bangs of illegal fireworks exploding in the night sky. My office has received several recent reports about the possession and use of illegal fireworks in North Hollywood and Valley Glen. I have notified the Los Angeles Police Department and the Fire Department about this issue and asked them to remain watchful and to continue to educating the public about the dangers of fireworks.
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    A Place to Call Home

    This week at the grand opening of the Crest Apartments, a newly developed permanent supportive housing complex in my district, I met Randy Brader. Randy joined the military at the age of 17 in 1973 and for nearly 20 years, he served our country in the U.S. Army before he was honorably discharged.
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