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PAUL KREKORIAN
Councilmember, Second District

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    Redistricting Alert - District 2 Disenfranchised

    The redesigned District 2-OR-4 — winding from Shadow Hills to Silver Lake — could be represented by either Councilmember Krekorian or Councilmember Raman under the new plan. OR.... Either Councilmember Krekorian or Councilmember Raman could be reassigned to this new District 4-OR-2 in the West Valley — stretching from the western half of Van Nays to Canoga Park, completely removed from the districts where they were elected. Click here to see a detailed interactive map of this blatantly undemocratic Plan K2.5 at the LACCRC website. The Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission was supposed to adjust the boundaries of the Council districts to reflect changes in population as reported in the 2020 U.S. Census, while giving due consideration to other factors, such as geographical boundaries and communities of interest. Sadly, the integrity of the process has been compromised by backroom deal-making and has produced a plan that disenfranchises thousands of voters by depriving them of the representation they voted for. The Commission’s current plan (K2.5) calls for removing either Councilmember Krekorian or Councilmember Nithya Raman from districts that elected them less than a year ago. One of them would be required to serve a district in the West Valley, far from the constituents who elected them.
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    Whitsett West Tiny Homes Village Opens!

    On September 9, 2021, Councilmember Krekorian, Mayor Garcetti, Ken Craft, CEO of Hope of the Valley Rescue Mission and various dignitaries formally launched the 77-cabin 150-bed Whitsett West tiny homes facility near the corner of Saticoy and Whitsett in North Hollywood, the third such community  to open in the Councilmember's district during the year.
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    Redistricting Alert: Commission Limits Discussion to One Map

    The Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission was supposed to adjust the boundaries of the Council districts to reflect changes in population as reported in the 2020 U.S. Census, while giving due consideration to other factors, such as geographical boundaries and communities of interest. Sadly, the integrity of the process has been compromised by backroom deal-making and has produced a plan that disenfranchises thousands of voters by depriving them of the representation they voted for. The Commission’s current plan (K2.5) calls for removing either Councilmember Krekorian or Councilmember Nithya Raman from districts that elected them less than a year ago. One of them would be required to serve a district in the West Valley, far from the constituents who elected them.
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    The Second Council District Achieves Interim Housing Goal

    On September 21, the Whitsett West tiny home community opened its doors to serve as interim housing for those experiencing homelessness in my district.  It is the third tiny homes village I have opened this year in my district (out of only seven in the entire city).  With the completion of Whitsett West, together with our two previous cabin communities and two “Bridge Home” sites, we have now built enough bridge housing to accommodate 100 percent of the people who were living unsheltered on the streets of the Second District as of the last homeless count.
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