Los Angeles, CA—Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn voiced her support for the Board’s passage of Measure H funding allocations which included her recommendations to strengthen the spending plan. Spending will start July 1. “Because of the generosity of the voters we have the resources we need to provide help to people living on our streets,” said […]
Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn announced the kick-off date of this summer’s Los Angeles County Parks After Dark program which, this year, has expanded to two new parks in the unincorporated Whittier area.
Los Angeles, CA—Supervisor Janice Hahn has released the following statement in response to the results of LAHSA Homeless Count to be released May 31, 2017: “The results of this year’s homeless count are staggering. Homelessness in LA County has grown at a shocking rate. Even as work is being done to get thousands of people […]
Los Angeles, CA—On May 23, the Los Angeles Times featured a tragic story about a mother named Lai Hang who killed her schizophrenic son, George, out of desperation and uncertainty. Even though Ms. Hang had tried to seek treatment for George, the article indicates that the strong cultural stigma against mental illnesses may have contributed […]
Supervisor Hahn Touts Importance of Los Angeles Air Force Base As Trump Administration Considers Base Closures
Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn touted the unique importance of the Los Angeles Air Force Base in El Segundo on the same day that the Trump Administration released its proposed federal budget recommending a new round of military base closures.
Los Angeles, CA- Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn announced news that the Wilmington Cemetery District may see increased funding in the future because of a change proposed today.
Los Angeles, CA- Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn and her colleagues on the Board of Supervisors voted to extend a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the murderer who stabbed David Cheng Wang and Marian Mei Chung to death last October. The reward was originally set to expire May 14. Supervisor Hahn recommended […]
Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn announced a $3.28 million road improvement project across two segments of road in Rowland Heights and Diamond Bar.
Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion offered by Supervisor Janice Hahn to explore enacting a “social host” ordinance in the unincorporated communities of the Palos Verdes Peninsula to discourage underage drinking.
Los Angeles, CA-Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn released the following statement regarding news that the Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against ExxonMobil, the former operator of the Torrance Refinery, for records on a 2015 explosion and a recent leak of modified hydrofluoric acid (MHF):