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PAUL KREKORIAN
Councilmember, Second District

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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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    Councilmember Krekorian's Response to Azerbaijan's Assault on Armenia

    This week, Azerbaijan yet again attacked its Armenian neighbors, shelling civilians and infrastructure within Armenia’s borders. Over 100 more Armenians are dead in this latest round of Azeri aggression.  And yet again, the American government has had no meaningful response, leaving Azerbaijan’s pattern of unprovoked aggression and violent land grabs unchecked.
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    Back to School 2022!

    The beginning of each new school year is a time of excitement and new opportunities for families throughout Los Angeles.  This year, in particular, is a time of great new beginnings.  It is the first time since 2019 that LAUSD is welcoming students back to school for a full year of in-person learning.  And, of course, this school year begins with a new Superintendent of Schools, Alberto Carvalho, taking the reins.
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