Los Angeles City Hall is pictured. The LA City Council unanimously approved a proposal for an independent redistricting commission Nov. 29. Further approval will be required by voters next year. (Daily Bruin file photo)
This post was updated Dec. 6 at 11:55 p.m.
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a proposal Nov. 29 that, if approved by voters in 2024, will allow an independent redistricting commission to redraw council districts for future elections.
This post was updated Nov. 26 at 11:23 p.m.
The Los Angeles City Council signed a compromise proposal Nov. 14 to allow rent increases in the city, ending a pandemic-era ban that has stood since 2020.
The Los Angeles city council unanimously approved a project Oct. 20 to build an interim housing facility for people experiencing homelessness in Westwood.
The project will be located at the site of a city-owned parking lot on the corner of Pico Boulevard and Midvale Avenue.
This post was updated Nov. 3 at 12:30 p.m.
The Los Angeles City Council’s housing and homelessness committee passed an amended motion Wednesday to lower rent increases from 7% to 4%.
The Los Angeles City Council is looking into expanding and redistricting as well as reforming the Ethics Commission.
The Ad Hoc Committee on City Governance Reform, created and chaired by Council President Paul Krekorian, heard ideas from the community on how to reform the council during an August meeting.
This post was updated July 9 at 9:39 p.m.
The Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed legislation June 27 to streamline affordable housing developments.
The 12-0 vote started the process to codify provisions LA Mayor Karen Bass made in an executive directive in December.
The Los Angeles City Council approved Mayor Karen Bass’ 2023-2024 city budget May 18 to draft a resolution for final approval.
The $13.1 billion budget, which the council approved 13-1, funds a $1.3 billion investment to address homelessness, including $250 million for Inside Safe, an executive directive launched by Bass to help people experiencing homelessness move into temporary housing units.
The Los Angeles City Planning Department is considering easing restrictions for outdoor dining on private property for local restaurants.
The city planning department and former Mayor Eric Garcetti created the Al Fresco ordinance in 2020 to allow for outdoor dining options during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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