COVID-19 Vaccine Email Newsletter

County of Los Angeles sent this bulletin at 01/11/2021 04:00 PM PST

Issue 2 January 11, 2021 In this Issue:Latest Updates Vaccine Distribution Phases & TimelineLatest UpdatesVaccines continue being administered in Los Angeles County. As of late last week, we had received a total of 275,795 doses of the Pfizer vaccine and 100,556 doses . . . → Read More: COVID-19 Vaccine Email Newsletter

Make LA Safer for Everyone

How do we keep Los Angeles and our neighborhoods safe?

Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin discusses reimagining public safety in Los Angeles and how we can make LA safer for everyone by investing in alternatives to policing.

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Calling for a New Strategy on the Streets

As Controller, it is my job to account for public dollars being spent on homelessness,” said Galperin. “If, in my work, I look into these things and find aspects that aren’t working as well as they should be, or are just simply broken, it is my duty to help to come up with better, . . . → Read More: Calling for a New Strategy on the Streets

L.A.: Confronting the Homelessness Crisis

Update from the Mayor’s Office on our work to end homelessness in Los Angeles.We are putting every available resource into getting people off the streets and under a roof as quickly as possible, helping homeless Angelenos rebuild their lives, and doing more to keep our streets and sidewalks clean and safe. I invite you . . . → Read More: L.A.: Confronting the Homelessness Crisis

Brentwood Green at Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary School: Now open weekends, holidays

Brentwood Green is a school/community park, created by Brentwood residents to improve the playground and to provide a much needed park for the community. This park is used by the students during school and by the community after school, weekends & holidays.

Brentwood Green at Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary School will now be open . . . → Read More: Brentwood Green at Brentwood Science Magnet Elementary School: Now open weekends, holidays

San Vicente Coral Tree’s Under Threat

A sick tree at the corner of Bundy and San Vicente was removed just last week. https://westsidetoday.com/2019/01/27/san-vicente-coral-trees-under-threat/

Nancy Freedman, 40 year resident of Brentwood, and former chair of the BCC shares the history of the coral trees on San Vicente.

You can help by donating to the Brentwood Community Council’s Coral Tree Endowment . . . → Read More: San Vicente Coral Tree’s Under Threat

Message from Mike Feuer, LA City Attorney

Mike Feuer, LA City Attorney @CityAttorneyLA

This morning [Jan. 18, 2019] I’m releasing the first in a series of weekly chats entitled Message from Mike. These unscripted video talks will center on the important issues of our time and what we can—and should—be doing to address them.

This week’s message focuses on homelessness, . . . → Read More: Message from Mike Feuer, LA City Attorney

From LAPD Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray: Modern Day Neighborhood Watch

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A note from… OFFICER Maria Gray Senior Lead Officer for Basic Car 8A13, Brentwood Area Los Angeles Police Department West Los Angeles Division (310) 444-0744 30469@LAPD.ONLINE, www.crimemapping.com September 27, 2018 Modern Day Neighborhood Watch

What’s your version of ‘watching’ your neighborhood? People sometimes ask me what does . . . → Read More: From LAPD Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray: Modern Day Neighborhood Watch