Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger which will allow breweries and wineries to begin outdoor service in one week, in accordance with current State health orders.
Los Angeles, CA — Today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a motion by Supervisor Janice Hahn to instruct Los Angeles County Departments to act now to prepare for the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine to residents when one becomes available.Read more
Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors passed a proposal by Supervisor Janice Hahn and coauthored by Supervisor Hilda Solis to prevent foreclosures in LA County by connecting struggling homeowners with foreclosure prevention counseling and mortgage assistance.
Los Angeles, CA — On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will vote on a new $10 million grant program requested by Supervisor Janice Hahn to help breweries and other small businesses that have remained closed or restricted by LA County health officer orders despite being allowed to open under the State’s health order.Read more
Los Angeles, CA — Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has issued the following statement after two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies were shot while in their vehicle near the Compton Blue Line Metro Station on September 12:Read more
Los Angeles, CA — The LA County Board of Supervisors has approved a motion by Supervisor Janice Hahn to beautify a section of 7th Avenue between Gale Avenue and Palm Avenue in Hacienda Heights.Read more
Los Angeles, CA— The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have approved an additional $1.4 million of funding to keep the UCLA Mobile Stroke Unit in operation across LA County so it can continue to save lives and break new ground in the treatment of stroke patients.
The UCLA Mobile Stroke Unit is a specially equipped ambulance, built with a mobile CT scanner, point-of-care lab tests, telehealth connection with a vascular neurologist, and therapies, all designed to deliver proven stroke treatments to patients long before they arrive at the hospital. Since its launch in September of 2017, this single Mobile Stroke Unit has responded to 632 9-1-1 calls and treated and transported 153 patients across LA County. Of the patients treated, 119 were diagnosed with strokes and were able to benefit from the quick treatment provided by the Mobile Stroke Unit.Read more
Los Angeles, CA - The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors have voted to transfer $25.5 million to the Sheriff’s Department for implementation of the new body worn camera program. The motion was authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger and will cover the first year of the program at five stations across the county starting as early as October.
Downey, CA – Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has appointed former Downey Mayor Mario A. Guerra to serve on the Downey Cemetery Commission. He will be filling the vacancy left by Former Mayor and Board Chair David Gafin, who passed away last month.
“Mario is an exceptional leader who has been part of the Downey community for decades,” said Supervisor Janice Hahn. “He knows that the Downey Cemetery is a beloved symbol of the City’s history and its commitment to fallen service members. I am certain he will be a great asset to the Cemetery Commission.”Read more
LA County Takes Steps to Create New Department Dedicated to Older Adults and Adults with Disabilities
Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to take the first steps toward creating a new County department dedicated to serving older adults and adults with disabilities.
“Right now – older adults and adults with disabilities are served by most if not all of our County departments,” said Supervisor Janice Hahn, who authored the proposal. “All of these efforts are important, but they are fragmented and there’s not enough coordination. Bringing these efforts under one roof will not only allow us to coordinate our work, it would also give us the ability to be proactive rather than reactive to address the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities alike.”Read more