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  • answered 2017-12-04 12:16:49 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-12-03 16:52:03 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-11-29 15:33:10 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I travel to downtown L.A. by road, taking different streets and find that some sidewalks are being repaired. We have called throughout the years to no avail.
  • answered 2017-11-29 15:31:28 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-27 22:24:13 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: The streets and sidewalks in our neighborhood is in poor condition. I live one street away from Glendale and the contrast is huge. I wish the city would do a better job in cleaning up, maintaining, and beautifying our Eagle Rock sidewalks and streets. Cleaning up bulky items and homeless encampments in a timely manner is crucial.
  • answered 2017-11-27 22:21:24 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-25 02:36:51 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Handicap parking ( Disabled Veteran Wheelchair Amputee )
  • answered 2017-11-25 02:35:07 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-11-19 15:07:14 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Honestly, I found that list of options very bizarre. It was sounded very NIMBY and development oriented to me. None of that stuff is nearly as important to me as RENT CONTROL and PROTECTING RESIDENTS FROM PREDATORY EVICTIONS, and funding/subsidizing community programs and education/ job training resources.
  • answered 2017-11-19 15:04:08 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Pedestrian & Bicycle Access
  • answered 2017-11-16 13:15:18 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-15 16:20:01 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-10-24 14:36:44 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: By public safety I mean all individuals. For those on the street. And those living conventionally. Been surprised at lack of patrols or beat cops in high density areas.
  • answered 2017-10-24 14:34:27 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-09-25 21:18:17 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: If we create and build educational, creative and inspiring events for the public it may re-focus on the re-building the rapport of the community.
  • answered 2017-09-25 21:14:14 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-09-16 21:02:47 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space
  • answered 2017-09-11 16:01:14 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Because of construction between Olive and Figueroa has stopped and delayed many business’s are hurting. The small business’s in the community need more attention
  • answered 2017-09-11 15:59:17 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-08-27 16:47:10 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-08-10 21:21:50 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: We need to create jobs for our community
  • answered 2017-08-10 21:20:36 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-07-31 18:21:58 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I have been asking for our street to be paved since you where first elected and no work done it’s in 4760 Twining block
  • answered 2017-07-31 18:19:39 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Illegal Dumping
  • answered 2017-07-28 23:14:42 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Business Development in Boyle Heights is essential to bring more jobs to our community . Programs that teach technology and micro enterprise for business start up in the Community is key . Education in Deep Thinking AI Algorithms to control the automation being implemented in our society so that we can have a say so for our people ! Don’t let them fully control it open the doors for us to learn it and use it for our control for our ideas for our implementation for our development for us to grow for us to become wealthy as a district and a city . I’ve helped to expand Girls Who Code in Boyle Heights Boys and Girls Club Pueblo Del Sol Unit . Let me know how I can help.
  • answered 2017-07-28 23:07:44 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-07-11 12:53:17 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Huntington Drive N and Huntington Dr in El Sereno is quickly becoming an enormous homeless encampment with unsavory individuals in tents and tarps, bulk dumping, graffiti, feral cats, feces, etc. I’ve been in touch with your El Sereno office(contacted Jermaine Kelly) on many occasions to address these issues and so have many people in our community and to no avail. Jermaine does all he can to respond and stay on these issues but it is not enough. We pay large amounts of property taxes in our community and I don’t understand why no government official wants to actually do their job in this community. I’ve contacted Animal Services Lieutenant John Cessna (john.cessna@lacity.org) whom Jermaine recommended and he has been no help at all in getting the feral cats out of our neighborhood and the large amounts of feral cat feces out of our yard on a daily basis. Many of us in the community have submitted requests via myLA311 to remove the trash and address the encampments… several times per week! Enough is enough! We elect you to actually take care of the issues in our neighborhood and we have not been impressed at the lack of work done thus far. We NEED improvement and we needed it since 2005.
  • answered 2017-07-11 12:41:42 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-07-11 04:43:45 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Please take a walk on the north side between Chicago Street and Saint Louis so that you may appreciate that this particular block has the most unappealing and unpleasant odor and gathering of questionable individuals of the entire neighborhood. The corner restaurant “El Apetito”, is a well known front for prostitution and dealing, and the corner liquor store is the gathering plave for all the dealers in the area.
  • answered 2017-07-11 04:39:08 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti

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Where do you live?

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Showing 126 reactions

  • answered 2017-12-04 12:16:49 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-12-03 16:52:03 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-11-29 15:33:10 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I travel to downtown L.A. by road, taking different streets and find that some sidewalks are being repaired. We have called throughout the years to no avail.
  • answered 2017-11-29 15:31:28 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-27 22:24:13 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: The streets and sidewalks in our neighborhood is in poor condition. I live one street away from Glendale and the contrast is huge. I wish the city would do a better job in cleaning up, maintaining, and beautifying our Eagle Rock sidewalks and streets. Cleaning up bulky items and homeless encampments in a timely manner is crucial.
  • answered 2017-11-27 22:21:24 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-25 02:36:51 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Handicap parking ( Disabled Veteran Wheelchair Amputee )
  • answered 2017-11-25 02:35:07 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-11-19 15:07:14 -0800
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Honestly, I found that list of options very bizarre. It was sounded very NIMBY and development oriented to me. None of that stuff is nearly as important to me as RENT CONTROL and PROTECTING RESIDENTS FROM PREDATORY EVICTIONS, and funding/subsidizing community programs and education/ job training resources.
  • answered 2017-11-19 15:04:08 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Pedestrian & Bicycle Access
  • answered 2017-11-16 13:15:18 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-11-15 16:20:01 -0800
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Streets & Sidewalks
  • answered 2017-10-24 14:36:44 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: By public safety I mean all individuals. For those on the street. And those living conventionally. Been surprised at lack of patrols or beat cops in high density areas.
  • answered 2017-10-24 14:34:27 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Public Safety
  • answered 2017-09-25 21:18:17 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: If we create and build educational, creative and inspiring events for the public it may re-focus on the re-building the rapport of the community.
  • answered 2017-09-25 21:14:14 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Community Events
  • answered 2017-09-16 21:02:47 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Parks & Open Space
  • answered 2017-09-11 16:01:14 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Because of construction between Olive and Figueroa has stopped and delayed many business’s are hurting. The small business’s in the community need more attention
  • answered 2017-09-11 15:59:17 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-08-27 16:47:10 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-08-10 21:21:50 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: We need to create jobs for our community
  • answered 2017-08-10 21:20:36 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-07-31 18:21:58 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: I have been asking for our street to be paved since you where first elected and no work done it’s in 4760 Twining block
  • answered 2017-07-31 18:19:39 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Illegal Dumping
  • answered 2017-07-28 23:14:42 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Business Development in Boyle Heights is essential to bring more jobs to our community . Programs that teach technology and micro enterprise for business start up in the Community is key . Education in Deep Thinking AI Algorithms to control the automation being implemented in our society so that we can have a say so for our people ! Don’t let them fully control it open the doors for us to learn it and use it for our control for our ideas for our implementation for our development for us to grow for us to become wealthy as a district and a city . I’ve helped to expand Girls Who Code in Boyle Heights Boys and Girls Club Pueblo Del Sol Unit . Let me know how I can help.
  • answered 2017-07-28 23:07:44 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Business & Economic Development
  • answered 2017-07-11 12:53:17 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Huntington Drive N and Huntington Dr in El Sereno is quickly becoming an enormous homeless encampment with unsavory individuals in tents and tarps, bulk dumping, graffiti, feral cats, feces, etc. I’ve been in touch with your El Sereno office(contacted Jermaine Kelly) on many occasions to address these issues and so have many people in our community and to no avail. Jermaine does all he can to respond and stay on these issues but it is not enough. We pay large amounts of property taxes in our community and I don’t understand why no government official wants to actually do their job in this community. I’ve contacted Animal Services Lieutenant John Cessna (john.cessna@lacity.org) whom Jermaine recommended and he has been no help at all in getting the feral cats out of our neighborhood and the large amounts of feral cat feces out of our yard on a daily basis. Many of us in the community have submitted requests via myLA311 to remove the trash and address the encampments… several times per week! Enough is enough! We elect you to actually take care of the issues in our neighborhood and we have not been impressed at the lack of work done thus far. We NEED improvement and we needed it since 2005.
  • answered 2017-07-11 12:41:42 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
  • answered 2017-07-11 04:43:45 -0700
    Q: Explain (Optional).
    A: Please take a walk on the north side between Chicago Street and Saint Louis so that you may appreciate that this particular block has the most unappealing and unpleasant odor and gathering of questionable individuals of the entire neighborhood. The corner restaurant “El Apetito”, is a well known front for prostitution and dealing, and the corner liquor store is the gathering plave for all the dealers in the area.
  • answered 2017-07-11 04:39:08 -0700
    Q: What issue is most important to you?
    A: Cleanliness & Graffiti
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