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January 1, 1970

Supervisor Janice Hahn Addresses the Bringing Our Loved Ones Home Task Force

Supervisor Janice Hahn Addresses the Bringing Our Loved Ones Home Task Force

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 [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

Supervisor Janice Hahn Installs New Traffic Signal at Notorious East Whittier Intersection

Supervisor Janice Hahn Installs New Traffic Signal at Notorious East Whittier Intersection Supervisor Janice Hahn Installs New Traffic Signal at Notorious East Whittier Intersection

East Whittier, CA  Today, Supervisor Janice Hahn celebrated the installation of a new traffic signal and crosswalk at a notorious intersection in unincorporated East Whittier.  The installation comes just months after the Supervisor demanded action after a young boy was hit by a car [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

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

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

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 [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

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

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

San Pedro, CA—Today, in response to a KCBS news report on at least seven incidents of Metro buses [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

County Supervisors Take Stand for Southwest Airlines Workers

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. 

Los Angeles, CA — Today, under the leadership of Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn and Supervisor Hilda L. Solis, the Board of Supervisors took a stand for worker’s rights [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

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

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

Los Angeles, CA [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

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

Board of Supervisors Votes to Replace Men’s Central Jail with Mental Health Treatment Center 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 [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

Missing Man with Autism Found Safe Thanks to LA Found

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. 

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

Aaron Chatham, a 44-year-old man with autism and developmental disabilities, [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

Supervisor Hahn Seeks Cell Tower Ordinance

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.

The cellular industry is rolling out 5G service and installing hundreds of thousands of new cell towers in neighborhoods nationwide. Since 2015, Los Angeles County’s Department [...] Read more

January 1, 1970

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

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

Posted by Fitzwilliam Anderson March 07, 2019 12:52 PM

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 [...] Read more

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