City Controller Ron Galperin reports that voters had a right to expect more progress by now. Not one unit has been built under HHH.
Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council held a whole fiesta around our elections this year to encourage people to come out and vote. Voters were invited to enjoy free tacos, document shredding and more. Thank you to everyone who voted and congratulations to the winners!
Come vote in our Elections Saturday, June 8, 10am-4pm at the 135th Street School Auditorium, 801 W. 135th Street, Gardena. We have 23 candidates vying for your vote!
This is your opportunity to call your Senators and those on the Housing and Judiciary Committees to voice your opposition by submitting on the website no later than this Thursday May 30th if possible.
Speakers warned that while the bill is currently not being considered it will likely come back and opponents need to be ready for the next round.
The Strengthening Local Transportation Security Capabilities Act, H.R. 2539, would reduce emergency response times by putting more federal law enforcement officers and resources near high-risk surface transportation assets, including LAX.
Come and meet the candidates running for the Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council on April 23!! Ask questions and listen to what issues the candidates care about. Use our form to send us your questions by April 11, 8pm.
The Harbor Gateway Neighborhood Council is now accepting Neighborhood Purposes Grant requests until May 8.
We invite you to share your own strong opposition to SB 50 (Weiner) with State Senator Bradford and Assemblymember Mike A. Gipson and any other State legislators. Please comment by April 16 by 5 p.m.
The Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council Planning and Land Use Committee has been meeting for six months to carefully review zoning concerns by district, which were submitted to City Planning April 12