A local neighborhood council voted Dec. 2 in support of implementing a new stop sign at the intersection of Kelton Avenue and Ophir Drive in Westwood. (Kanishka Mehra/Photo editor)
A local neighborhood council voted in favor of a new stop sign in Westwood at a monthly meeting Dec. 2.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council’s Transportation and Safety Committee unanimously voted in favor of implementing a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Kelton Avenue and Ophir Drive at its Dec.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council is the official neighborhood council representing Westwood Village and UCLA to the Los Angeles City Council. Council meetings are open to the public and held monthly.
Community organizations in Los Angeles have voiced opposition against a proposed Los Angeles City Council ordinance that would make it unlawful for people experiencing homelessness to sit or sleep near city property.
The Los Angeles City Council made budget cuts to the Los Angeles Police Department following calls for action from neighborhood councils across the city of Los Angeles.
The Westwood Recreation Center has been temporarily sheltering locals experiencing homelessness since March 20 amid “safer at home” orders, raising concerns about health safety.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti directed the city’s homeless population of approximately 59,000 to move indoors in response to the exponential spread of the new coronavirus in LA County.
Westwood stakeholders are mobilizing to counteract the effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic on locals experiencing homelessness.
North Westwood Neighborhood Council President Michael Skiles authorized a $1,000 emergency fund March 12 using the Neighborhood Council Emergency Authority.
Some Westwood Village zoning regulations may be reduced or eliminated if the city follows recommendations from a local neighborhood council.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council, a body representing UCLA and the Village to the Los Angeles City Council, recommended changes to food and parking regulations in the Village’s 1989 zoning and regulatory framework known as the Westwood Village Specific Plan.
The Los Angeles City council member representing Westwood’s district announced he is running for the position of Los Angeles city controller in 2022.
The city controller audits the finances of the city on behalf of the taxpayers who elect them.
This post was updated Jan. 10 at 11:35 a.m.
A recent action by the Los Angeles City Council may lead to a minimum wage for ride-hail drivers and potentially increased prices for consumers in the city.
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