Supervisor Hahn Expresses Concerns over Sheriff’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

Los Angeles, CA—Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn has released the following statement expressing her concern about the reported makeup of Sheriff Villanueva’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission which is charged with judging whether fired deputies should be reinstated. The commission reportedly is made up of three men and no women, all answerable to the Sheriff.

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Supervisor Hahn Seeks Cell Tower Ordinance

Los Angeles, CA—Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn asked the Department of Regional Planning to prepare the County’s first ever ordinance regulating the installation of cellular towers in communities.

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Missing Man with Autism Found Safe Thanks to LA Found

A man who went missing this morning is home safe with his family thanks to Los Angeles County’s L.A. Found program. 

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Board of Supervisors Votes to Replace Men’s Central Jail with Mental Health Treatment Center

Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to redirect plans for replacing the decrepit Men’s Central Jail facility in Downtown Los Angeles. Rather than move ahead with plans to replace the facility with a mental health jail known as the Consolidated Correctional Treatment Facility, the Board voted to replace the jail with a Mental Health Treatment Center operated by the Department of Health Services and staffed by the Department of Mental Health.

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Supervisor Janice Hahn Proposes New County Department Focused on Serving Older Adults

Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a proposal authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Sheila Kuehl to explore creating a new Los Angeles County department focused solely on serving the county’s older adult population.  

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Supervisor Janice Hahn Releases Statement in Support of UTLA Teachers

San Pedro, CA—Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn released the following statement regarding negotiations between LAUSD and UTLA to avoid a teacher strike.

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Home for the Holidays: 63-year-old Woman with Dementia Found Safe Using L.A. Found Bracelet

A 63-year-old woman with dementia is home safe after wandering away and going missing, thanks to the L.A. Found program.  She was found by an LA County Sheriff’s Sergeant who tracked her location using the Project Lifesaver trackable bracelet system.

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County Supervisors Take Stand for Southwest Airlines Workers

“The decision by Southwest Airlines to contract with a company best known for robbing its employees of their hard-earned wages is concerning,” said Supervisor Janice Hahn. 

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Supervisor Hahn Seeks Full Investigation and Replacement of Buses after KCBS Report on Burning Metro Buses in South Bay

Supervisor Janice Hahn is calling for the dangerous buses to be replaced and for a complete investigation into the incidents.

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Metro Board Votes to Study Two Route Alternatives for the South Bay Green Line Extension

“Extending the Green Line will finally give South Bay residents access to fast, easy public transportation and an alternative to the gridlock that has become so synonymous with the 405,” said Supervisor Hahn. “By moving to study these two routes, we are keeping this project on its accelerated schedule and bringing it one step closer to a reality.”

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