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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

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    Innovation Challenge Creates Faster, Cheaper Supportive Housing

    Addressing homelessness requires a panoply of solutions, including preventive measures and temporary bridge housing and shelter to enable the unhoused to get off the streets quickly. But for many who have experienced chronic homelessness and face special challenges in being rehoused, permanent supportive housing is imperative. Supportive housing combines permanent homes with the kind of intensive on-site social services that enable residents to turn their lives around and remain housed.
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    Cool Streets, Cool Neighborhoods

    On October 4, 2021, the City announced the second phase of its “Cool Streets L.A.” program. Dubbed “Cool Neighborhoods,”  the plan aims to lower the temperature of L.A.’s warmest neighborhoods by planting new street trees and resurfacing the pavement with a reflective surface that absorbs less heat than traditional black asphalt. 
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    From The Streets To a Tiny Home To Permanent Housing

    The magnitude of the homelessness crisis here in Los Angeles and across the nation can often seem overwhelming. The persistence of the challenges, and the barriers to what seem to be common sense solutions, can easily lead both the housed and the unhoused in our community to lose hope.
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    Electric Buses Come to the Valley

    This month, Metro finalized the conversion of the entire Orange Line (now known as the G Line) to zero-emission electric buses, achieving a goal that I initiated five years ago. Approximately 40 zero-emission Metro Liner buses now operate on the 18-mile dedicated busway between North Hollywood and Chatsworth. The new buses are cleaner for the atmosphere and quieter for the neighborhood, and they can be recharged at multiple points along the line to keep the buses running day and night, seven days a week.
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