Councilmember Huizar helped establish the City Council’s first committee on Homelessness and as chair of that committee co-authored and adopted the City’s first-ever Comprehensive Strategic Plan to Combat Homelessness. In its implementation, Councilmember Huizar co-authored Measure HHH, which will provide $1.2 billion over 10 years to build as many as 10,000 units of permanent supportive housing for the homeless. However, this is a long-term solution. We need more immediate action now!
Here’s what Councilmember Huizar is proposing:Read more
Thanks for voting in the Highland Park Utility Box Art Project!
Voting will close Thursday, August 20 at midnight. The winning artists will be announced Monday, August 24 via JoseHuizar.com.
Councilmember Huizar joined Industrial District Green and the Downtown community to plant 15 trees in the Industrial and Arts Districts.
Councilmember Huizar allocated $50,000 from a community benefits package from the Metropolis development in Downtown Los Angeles for the planting and maintenance of trees in and around Skid Row and the Industrial District.
Industrial District Green was founded in 2012 by Katherine McNenny and fellow Little Tokyo Lofts residents to pursue greening projects in the Greater Industrial District of downtown Los Angeles. In early 2013, Ms. McNenny joined forces with Gabrielle Newmark, a landscape architect and Arts District resident. Ms. Newmark’s experience and perspective helped professionalize the mission. Later in 2013, IDG was accepted into the Community Partners non-profit umbrella group.
Well before founding IDG, Katherine had begun laying the groundwork for future greening activities. In December 2011, after 12 months of preparation and with support from the CCEA Business Improvement District, she conducted her first planting of 7 trees along San Pedro Street between 4th and 5th Streets. This successful effort involved lobbying and coordinating with all relevant property owners, Council District 14, the Bureau of Street Services, and TreePeople who managed the plantings.
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Our community has a great Farmer's Market every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the library parking lot. Fresh produce is sold by area farmers, like these tasty oranges sold by Mrs. Patel.
Communications Director John Woo is about to sample Mrs. Patel's oranges. He thought they were so delicious, he bought two bags to share with the volunteers in our campaign office.Read more