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Four_Pillers_in_One.jpgWelcome to your online portal with resources and updates about Los Angeles City Council District 2.

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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    What You Need to Know: City's New Rules on Vehicle Dwelling

    LOS ANGELES - The City of LA's new vehicle dwelling law is now in effect. Here's what you need to know.
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    LAPD Hosts Multi-Faith Forum to Strengthen Communities

    VALLEY VILLAGE - More than 100 residents and members of the faith community joined the LAPD Operations Valley Bureau for an open forum to discuss how the LAPD can continue to build better community relationships in the San Fernando Valley.  
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    Go Vote on Tuesday March 7

    On Tuesday, March 7, another important local election will take place. LA area voters will head back to the polls to cast ballots on city and county measures, and Angelenos will vote on citywide offices, on City Council races in odd-numbered districts, and for Los Angeles Unified School District board members and Los Angeles Community College District trustees. The people we elect and the issues at stake will impact the future of our neighborhoods now and in the years to come.
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    An Organized Response Helped Us Weather the Storm

    Last Friday night, emergency crews rushed to the scene on the 4200 block of Laurel Canyon Boulevard in Studio City to rescue a woman from her car. The vehicle was trapped in a large, dark sinkhole filling rapidly with rushing water. The cause of the sinkhole was a collapsed sewer main below the street. It appears that the severe storm we endured was the catalyst. Thankfully, no one was seriously hurt by the sinkhole. 
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