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Councilmember Fights for CD14, Citywide Priorities in Budget

Councilmember Huizar fought to add funding for long-sought after Dog Park at Eagle Rock Rec Center and other CD14 priorities – City reduces structural deficit while increasing homelessness funding and others services -Reserve “Rainy Day Funds” increased to unprecedented $322 million

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‘Clean Up Green Up’ to Reduce Pollution in Three L.A. Toxic Hotspot Communities

On Wednesday, community groups from three Los Angeles “toxic hotspot” communities – Boyle Heights, Pacoima/Sun Valley and Wilmington – joined Councilmembers José Huizar and Nury Martinez at a rally at the Breed Street Elementary School playground in Boyle Heights in support of the landmark Clean Up Green Up anti-pollution measure. Hours later, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve the ordinance.

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