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  • New Hope for the Homeless of CD2

  • Councilmember Krekorian hosts the Prime Minister of Armenia, Nikol Pashinyan, on his historic visit to Los Angeles

  • Debut of the JEDI

  • Council Honors 110th Anniversary of Boy Scouts of America

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    Sound Walls on the 170: Relief from Noise

      Councilmember Paul Krekorian and community members recently celebrated the long-awaited completion of the sound walls along the 170 freeway running through North Hollywood, Valley Village and Valley Glen.  The sound walls now run continuously for four miles from Sherman Way to the junction of the 101 freeway.  
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    Council Prohibits Encampments Near Schools Despite Unruly Opposition

    This month the City Council voted to amend Section 41.18 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code to prohibit camping or sleeping on sidewalks within 500 feet of schools and daycare centers in Los Angeles.  The measure was an important step forward in protecting students and their families from encampments that often block safe passage to schools and daycares, bring children into contact with intoxicated or mentally unstable people, and expose school communities to risks of crime and fire.
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    Statement on Becoming Council President

    (Councilmember Paul Krekorian issued the following statement following his unanimous election as City Council President on October 18, 2022.) I am honored and humbled by the trust my fellow Councilmembers have placed in me at this time of crisis and challenge. The Council Presidency is a position of collaboration, not command.  I will see that the power of the Council Presidency is reduced, not enlarged.  The era of unilateral decision making and consolidating power ends today.
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    Statement on the Election of Curren Price as Council President Pro Tem

    On October 25, 2022, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously elected Curren Price (CD 9) to serve as the Council's President Pro Tempore. "I’m delighted that at this very difficult time, when the City so desperately needs to bring communities together, Curren Price was willing to step up and take on this leadership role," said Council President Paul Krekorian. "From having talked to the people of his district, I know that Curren Price has enjoyed years of respect and admiration for his ability to bring communities together.  He represents a district that is predominantly Latino, and he has been able to bring people together across racial divisions. I hope and I know that he'll bring that same kind of leadership to the entire City of Los Angeles," said Krekorian.
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