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.Read more
“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.Read more
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.Read more
Los Angeles, CA — Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn voted in her capacity as a Metro Director to authorize Metro to move forward in studying two alternative routes to extend the Green Line to Torrance.
“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.”
“This is a simple concept that works,” said Supervisor Janice Hahn. “When San Diego tried sending out these letters, doctors who learned about patient overdoses chose to reduce the number of opioids they prescribed. This is a creative and easy strategy that will save lives and I am eager to implement it in LA County.”Read more
Los Angeles, CA - On April 6, Supervisor Janice Hahn addressed the inaugural meeting of the Bringing Our Loved Ones Home Task Force. The objective of the task force is to research the most effective ways to find individuals with autism, Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, and other memory-related diseases in the event that they wander away from their caretakers. According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 60% of people with dementia will wander at some point. Wandering is a common and often dangerous symptom associated with these conditions.Read more
Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recognized the long career and achievements of Associated Press photographer Nick Ut. In honor of his retirement from the AP, the Supervisors presented him with a County scroll and will proclaim April 4, 2017 to be “Nick Ut Day” in LA County.
Nick Ut has been working for the AP in Los Angeles for decades but is perhaps most well-known for his photography during the Vietnam War and his iconic photo of “Napalm Girl” Kim Phuc after her clothes had been burned off in a napalm attack.Read more
San Pedro, CA — Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn released the following statement regarding the brutal beating of San Pedro High student Evan Jimenez:
“I join the San Pedro community in praying for the recovery of SPHS student Evan Jimenez who was attacked and brutally beaten in San Pedro late Thursday night. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies are working to identify the two men suspected in the attack. This crime was barbaric and cruel and I will do everything in my power to assist the Sheriff’s Department in bringing those responsible to justice. As a mother and grandmother, my heart goes out to Evan’s family during this difficult time."
Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion authored by Supervisors Janice Hahn and Kathryn Barger which proclaims the month of April to be “Armenian History Month.”
“During Armenian History Month, L.A. County will celebrate the rich culture and heritage of the Armenian people worldwide as well as recognize the dark days of the Armenian Genocide,” said Supervisor Hahn. “Throughout the month of April we will highlight the accomplishments of local Armenian Americans and what an incredible part of the Los Angeles County fabric the Armenian people have become.”Read more
Los Angeles, CA — Today, during a meeting of the Los Angeles Metro Board of Directors, Supervisor Janice Hahn called for more Measure M funding to go to local small cities. She offered an amendment with Mayor Robert Garcia and Mayor Eric Garcetti that passed the board which would explore ways to give small cities a greater share of local return dollars.Read more