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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

    Whitisett West Tiny Homes Village Opens!

    In early September 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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    Van Nuys to Sylmar Light Rail Line Receives Metro Board Support

    The East San Fernando Valley Corridor project, which will be the first light rail transit line in the Valley since the demise of the Red Cars in 1952, took a big step forward last week when the Metro Board approved its final configuration. The project will connect the Van Nuys Metro station with the Sylmar/San Fernando Metrolink station, servicing busy commercial corridors and densely populated residential areas in the East Valley.
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    Council Adopts 100% Clean Energy By 2035

    On September 1, the Los Angeles City Council took the historic step of requiring that 100 percent of the city’s electricity come from clean, zero-carbon energy by 2035. Through a motion I introduced with Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power — the largest municipally-owned utility in the country — will lead the nation in this ambitious and game-changing commitment to sustainable energy.
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    A Safe and Healthy New School Year

    Last month, LAUSD welcomed more than 450,000 students to their campuses for the first time in almost a year and half.
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