Hahn Announces Hermosa Beach Pride Tower is Here to Stay


Hermosa Beach, CA — Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn is announcing that the Pride Tower in Hermosa Beach is here to stay.  The 13th street Los Angeles County Lifeguard Tower, which was painted rainbow in June, was originally meant to be repainted its original blue color at the end of summer.  The rainbow paintjob will now be permanent. 

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Hahn Announces 30 Million Dollars in Grants For Local Cities for Stormwater Capture Projects



Los Angeles, CA - Supervisor Janice Hahn has announced that 13 cities and unincorporated areas in her district have been awarded grants totaling $30 million dollars from the County of Los Angeles for stormwater capture infrastructure projects.

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LA County to Develop Oil Well Clean-up Pilot Program


Los Angeles, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to develop an Oil Well Clean-up Program proposed by Supervisor Janice Hahn. This was in addition to votes the Board took today to begin phasing out oil and gas drilling in unincorporated LA County and to develop a strategy to ensure workers can transition to new, good-paying jobs in clean energy.

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Hahn Urges Governor Newsom to Sign Bruce’s Beach Legislation

Manhattan Beach, CA – Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn is urging Governor Newsom to sign SB 796, after today’s unanimous vote to pass the legislation in the State Senate. The legislation, championed by Supervisor Hahn and authored by State Senator Steven Bradford, is essential to Hahn’s effort to return Bruce’s Beach to the descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce.\

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Hahn Releases Statement on Assembly Passage of Bruce’s Beach Bill

Manhattan Beach, CA – Today, Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn celebrated the California State Assembly voting unanimously to pass SB 796. The legislation, sponsored by State Senator Steven Bradford, would remove state restrictions from Los Angeles County’s beachfront property once owned by Black entrepreneurs, Willa and Charles Bruce. The existing state restrictions currently limit Hahn’s ability to transfer the County property. SB 796's passage would allow Hahn to move forward with her effort to return the property to the surviving descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce.

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Board Supports Hahn Proposal to Extend County Pool Season

Los Angeles, CA — Starting next year, Los Angeles County pools will be open for six months out of the year rather than just ten weeks. Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to support a proposal by Supervisor Janice Hahn and co-authored by Supervisor Kathryn Barger to extend the pool season as the region experiences longer, hotter summers.

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Supervisors Approve $10K Reward for Diamond Bar Hit-and-Run

Diamond Bar, CA — Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved a $10,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension and conviction of those responsible for the death of 72-year-old Bruce Bodel, who was killed in a hit-and-run accident on the Fourth of July in Diamond Bar.

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LA County Supervisors Eliminate Late Fines from County Libraries


Los Angeles, CA – Today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a proposal authored by Supervisor Janice Hahn to immediately eliminate late fines from LA County Libraries.

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Supervisors Vote to Examine Options for Proof of Vaccination Requirement for Certain Indoor Public Settings

Los Angeles, CA – Today, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to instruct County public health experts, County Counsel, and the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs, to examine the possibility of a policy requiring proof of vaccination for certain indoor public spaces and report back to the board in two weeks with an assessment and potential policy options.

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Supervisor Hahn Wants Answers After Hyperion Sewage Spill

El Segundo, CA — Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn is asking for answers after a “mechanical failure” at a LA City Sanitation facility discharged 17 million gallons of sewage into the ocean off the coast of Dockweiler Beach.

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