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March 27 | CBS Los Angeles

The Pasadena City Council passed a resolution late Monday night reaffirming that it will not enforce federal immigration policies.


March 24 | NBC Los Angeles

The LAPD’s former headquarters will be replaced with an office building for city workers as part of a larger redevelopment plan for the Civic Center area.


March 23 | LA City

The City of LA is conducting an employee survey about your health and wellness interests and concerns. It’s a voluntary survey, but will help the city better serve the needs of you and your family. Please take a few minutes and fill it out – either online or paper copy. Online link Here. Print link Here.


March 21 | LA Times

Black people living in Los Angeles County have been more likely than the rest of the population to remain unemployed or to drop out of the workforce altogether in the wake of the 2007-09 recession, according to a new report conducted by UCLA.


March 21 | Capital & Main

Last Friday a spirited crowd of 200-plus Angelenos gathered in the first-floor auditorium of downtown Los Angeles’ Ronald Reagan State Building for an informational hearing sponsored by the California State Assembly Committee on Housing and Community Development.


March 20 | LA Daily News

Voters will have to decide in May who will represent them in two Los Angeles City Council districts, according to the final tally released Monday.


March 14 | CBS Los Angeles

Measure H, a proposed quarter-cent Los Angeles County sales tax to fund anti-homelessness programs, maintained the two-thirds majority needed for approval in an updated ballot tally released Tuesday.


March 14 | LA Times

Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo’s main challenger, bike activist Joe Bray-Ali, was at 38.1% in the county registrar-recorder's most recent update on Tuesday. Some uncounted ballots remain.


March 10 | LA Times

The slow-growth measure was defeated Tuesday by a 2-1 margin, according to preliminary results. It passed in only a handful of precincts. Even neighborhoods like Hollywood and Silver Lake, where the campaign was most visible, rejected the bid to restrict new development.


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