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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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    Krekorian Honors USC STAR

    ABC 7 spotlights "Cool Kid" Samiha Mahin Councilmember Krekorian honored young scientist and North Hollywood resident Samiha Mahin for her outstanding achievements as a young scholar in the USC STAR/ EHA Program.
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    Krekorian, Community Celebrate Reopened Wilacre Park

    STUDIO CITY - Dozens of community members joined Councilmember Krekorian and the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority for a community hike to celebrate the reopening of Wilacre Park.
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    San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission Celebrates 20 Years of Service

    This September, the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission commemorated 20 years of service to Los Angeles.   It has been my honor to serve on the Rescue Mission's advisory board during my years on the City Council, and I was grateful to be honored by the organization last week during their celebration event.  
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    Bringing Homeless Angelenos Indoors

    Taking a step forward in the City's fight to end homelessness, Mayor Garcetti officially opened the first "A Bridge Home" temporary bridge housing site this week. Located near the El Pueblo Historical Monument in downtown Los Angeles, the housing is the first of a series of projects planned for construction across the city to bring homeless people off the streets and into housing. Potential bridge housing sites across the city are being explored by every member of the City Council. 
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