Following the 2020 Census, the Fourth District’s boundaries were redrawn to reflect LA County’s changing population.
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The Fourth District
From the cities of Southeast LA to the Gateway Cities to the bustling Ports of LA and Long Beach to the tiny City of Hawaiian Gardens, the Fourth District is home to nearly 50 different Cities and communities.
Los Angeles County Completes Landmark Return of Bruce’s Beach to the Rightful Heirs of Charles and Willa Bruce
June 28, 2022
Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion from Chair Holly J. Mitchell and co-authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn that returns Bruce’s Beach to the great-grandsons of Charles and Willa Bru [...]
Metro Approves $30M for Projects in Hahn’s Fourth District
June 23, 2022
San Pedro, CA – Today, the Los Angeles Metro Board of Directors approved $30 million in new funding for transportation infrastructure projects across Supervisor Janice Hahn's Fourth District.
“Today the Metro Board of Directors unanimously app [...]
Hahn Releases Statement on Upcoming Vote to Transfer Bruce’s Beach Property to Bruce Family
June 22, 2022
Los Angeles, CA - Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has released the following statement regarding the upcoming transfer of the Bruce's Beach property from the County of Los Angeles to the great grandsons of Willa and Charles [...]
Supervisors Pursue New Gun Violence Prevention Regulations
June 14, 2022
Los Angeles, CA – Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to support a proposal by Supervisors Janice Hahn and Hilda Solis to pursue strengthening gun violence prevention policies in LA County.
“We are seeing kid [...]
Hahn Prohibits County Contracts with Sterigenics While Elevated Emissions Persist
June 14, 2022
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Vernon, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn [...]
Hahn Commits to Helping Workers Impacted by Announced Farmer John Closure
June 10, 2022
Vernon, CA -- After the announcement by Farmer John that it will close its Vernon plant next year, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn issued the following statement:
"The planned closure of the Farmer John plant in Vernon will have an [...]
Hahn Pursues New Gun Violence Prevention Policies for LA County
June 10, 2022
Los Angeles, CA – Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn is pursuing strengthening gun violence prevention policies for LA County. The Board of Supervisors will vote on her motion (Item 16) tomorrow during their regular board meeting.
“We a [...]
Hahn Gives $165K Grant for Career Training Program for Probation Youth at Dorothy Kirby Center
June 1, 2022
Commerce, CA – Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has provided a $165,000 grant to launch a new career training program at the Dorothy Kirby Center probation camp in the City of Commerce. Probation youth who enroll in the pilot program w [...]
On July 5th, @TorranceCA's new 40-bed pallet shelter program will open its doors, providing unhoused people in this community and safe & comfortable place to stay while they get connected with long-term housing. Take a look:
I’ve always said: Any city in my District willing to approve a shelter in their community can count on me to get them the funding to make it happen. I want to thank @TorranceCA for stepping up & becoming the latest city to take me up on that offer. This is going to change lives.
In just a few days these pallet shelters will open their doors, giving 40 unhoused people in this community a safe and comfortable place to stay while they get connected with supportive services and permanent housing.
Speaking first at today’s ribbon-cutting is @TorranceCA Deputy City Manager Viet Hoang, giving some context on how this program came to be and why it is going to make such a difference in the lives of our unhoused neighbors.
Big day in @TorranceCA today: We’re cutting the ribbon on this 40-bed transitional housing program at the Civic Center. When it opens on July 5th, this program will provide a safe, comfortable place for people to stay while they get connected with permanent housing.
At long last, victory has been won for the Bruce family:
The Board of Supervisors has voted unanimously to return Bruce’s Beach to the great-grandsons of Willa and Charles Bruce. After more than a year of hard work, today we have made history and taken a step towards justice.