After more than a year of negotiations, Team Buscaino was able to get an abandoned lot cleaned in Harbor Gateway North that had been occupied by several individuals, stolen vehicles, garbage, and the place of two deaths in recent months.
We are launching our committees this week and we invite you to join us. Check our calendar for meeting details.
Are you looking for a way to do something meaningful in your community this fall? We have got just the thing! Join a Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council Committee and see what we are all about!
The Winter Shelter Program is operating now through March 31. During the Winter Shelter season, each shelter will open at 5:00 pm and close at 7:00 am. Hours are extended for inclement weather.
City Controller Ron Galperin reports that voters had a right to expect more progress by now. Not one unit has been built under HHH.
City Council agreed to stop confiscating the precious belongings of those living on the streets. The Los Angeles Homeless Service Authority (LAHSA) issued its guidelines for the homeless. The guidelines state, in part, that, “We need to end our neighbors’ homelessness, not sweep it out of sight.”
The Daily Breeze reported on October 22, 2018 that the San Pedro Temple that was planning to host homeless overnight parking has paused their plans due to local demonstrators and complaints.
Among homeless adults with children, 27 percent said they were working either part or full time.
September 5, 2018: It’s a big day for Los Angeles — we’re taking a major step forward in our City’s work to find homes for unsheltered Angelenos with the opening of A Bridge Home.
The week of August 10, 2018 Councilmember Buscaino helped open 160 units of supportive and low-incoming housing in his district for the formerly homeless. The El Segundo Apartments and 127th Street Apartments in Harbor Gateway will help take many individuals and families off our streets and out of their cars, giving them a fair shot at life.