LA County Invests $7.5 Million in Stormwater Capture Project under Long Beach Airport

Long Beach, CA—Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn and her colleagues on the Board of Supervisors approved dedicating $7.5 million of the Flood Control District Budget to the construction of a stormwater capture project underneath the Long Beach Airport. Once completed, the large underground galleries will be able to capture 33 acre feet of stormwater for potential future water supply use.


Supervisor Hahn Votes to Initiate Dissolution of Troubled Sativa Water District: Water District customers in Compton and Willowbrook have had brown water running through their taps

Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn voted in her capacity as member of the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) to initiate the dissolution of the troubled Sativa Water District. The small district, which serves 1,600 customers in Willowbrook and Compton, had recently had troubles with brown water running through its taps. The motion to […]


Supervisor Hahn Seeks to Create Community-Based Mental Health Incubation Academy

Los Angeles, CA– Today, LA County Supervisor Janice Hahn launched an effort to create a Community-Based Mental Health Incubation Academy, an innovative solution to better connect small community-based agencies with funding opportunities. The idea was presented in a motion at the LA County Board of Supervisors meeting where it passed with unanimous support. “Delivering mental […]


Supervisor Hahn Votes in Favor of 1-seat Ride to Union Station on Metro’s Upcoming West Santa Ana Branch Line

Today, after listening to residents of the Gateway Cities speak out in favor of a 1-seat ride to Union Station, Supervisor Janice Hahn and her colleagues on the Metro Board of Directors voted unanimously to move Alternative E forward.  Supervisor Hahn also seconded a motion by Mayor Garcetti to remove Alternative F from consideration, which would have placed an […]