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  • Debut of the JEDI

  • Council Honors 110th Anniversary of Boy Scouts of America

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PAUL KREKORIAN
Councilmember, Second District

  • Latest from the blog

    Responding to Homelessness

    The 2022-23 budget allocates over $1 billion, nearly a tenth of the total budget, to addressing the ongoing crisis of homelessness.  This includes substantially increased funding for housing and services, and for sanitation and protecting public health.
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    Highlights of the 2002-23 Budget: Staffing Up For Better Service

    Many departments are understaffed and services have suffered. The new budget beefs up the Personnel Department so it can fill funded vacancies faster.  The budget also expands the wildly successful Targeted Local Hire program that gives unhoused people and others who have struggled to find employment an opportunity to prepare for entry-level public service career jobs working for the city.  With the new budget, the City will have more crews for street cleaning, street lighting, tree trimming, sidewalk repair and traffic safety.  More staff means faster response time to service requests.  For example, the budget provides resources for the trimming of 10,000  trees throughout the city.  Additional crews will be hired to repair street lights and fortify them against the copper wire theft that has left so many streets in the dark.
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    City Budget Recovers from COVID

    The Council recently voted to adopt the City’s $11.8 billion budget for the 2022-2023 fiscal year. I’m happy to report that the City and our budget have bounced back with a very strong recovery since the COVID pandemic devastated our finances.    
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    Thinking Globally and Acting Locally to Save the Earth

    Last month, the latest report from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that unless the nations of the Earth drastically reduce emissions from burning fossil fuels, we will pass a point where worsening floods, drought, wildfires and ecosystem collapse are unavoidable.  
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