15Jul

Supervisor Hahn Releases Results of Community Survey on Future of San Pedro Courthouse Site

San Pedro, CA-Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn released results of a survey on the future of the old San Pedro Courthouse site. Community members who participated supported mixed-use development (residential and commercial) and ranked entertainment, commercial, and cultural uses as top choices. The survey, distributed by the County Department of Public Works, was available online and […]

11Jul

Supervisor Hahn Welcomes Hermosa Beach to the LA County Consolidated Fire Protection District

Los Angeles, CA- Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn voted to expand the Los Angeles County Consolidated Fire Protection District to include Hermosa Beach. By expanding the fire protection district, Supervisor Hahn ensures that the firefighters tasked with protecting Hermosa Beach receive more resources and residents receive the best emergency services possible. “I’m happy to welcome Hermosa […]

11Jul

Supervisor Hahn Honors Avalon Firefighter John Meffert

Los Angeles, CA—Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn honored Avalon Fire Department Captain John Meffert who is credited with saving two individuals trapped in the wreckage of a June 30th plane crash on the 405.  Supervisor Hahn presented Captain Meffert with an official County scroll in appreciation of his bravery. Captain John Meffert was off-duty on June […]

28Jun

Hahn Statement on SCAQMD’s Temporary Shutdown of Chromium-emitting Company Anaplex

Paramount, CA—Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn released the following statement applauding the SCAQMD’s decision to order Anaplex Corp to shut down all operations related to emission of hexavalent chromium after their emissions exceeded the 1.0 nanograms per cubic meter threshold established in the ongoing Order of Abatement. The most recent three-day average monitoring results for hexavalent […]

27Jun

Hahn Releases Statement on Cyberattack on Maersk Shipping

Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn released the following statement after operations at the Port of LA’s APM Terminal were suspended following a cyberattack on Maersk operations in Europe. Supervisor Hahn has also written a letter to members of the Congressional PORTS Caucus to urge them to reexamine our nation’s port cyber security vulnerabilities.