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- Supervisor Janice Hahn


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  • William Mason
    commented 2020-05-12 15:31:17 -0700
    To the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors: Who in hell do you think you are? You are scum. And if you puketards dare to extend your fascist stay-at-home order, you will regret it. The uprising against your fascist power-grab will sweep you out of office and into the sea — forever.
  • ta crowell
    commented 2020-05-12 14:28:27 -0700
    Bravo, Paula! I used ’The sky is falling metaphor" here back in late March. I love what you said, “Those of us who are not Chicken Littles will run the risk and get on with living our lives.” All of these county supervisors need NOT to be reelected.
  • Paula Plantagenet
    commented 2020-05-12 13:17:36 -0700
    L.A. County Dept of Health has listed the infection and death rates for COVID-19. There are over 10 million people living here and the supervisors want to keep non-essentials shut down until August! If you are afraid of getting sick, stay home. Those of us who are not Chicken Littles will run the risk and get on with living our lives.
  • ta crowell
    commented 2020-05-12 12:26:51 -0700
    Lyn Simeon: Janice Hahn is a LOS ANGELES COUNTY supervisor, not Orange County.
  • Lyn Simeon
    commented 2020-05-12 10:41:59 -0700
    What Sounds very good? I just want to know any updates on Rent Moratorium in Orange County? Are you extending Rent Moratorium for 1 year instead of 6 months on repayments so we can slowly pay our back rents?
  • Alex Mobis
    commented 2020-05-12 10:04:27 -0700
    Sounds very good . Thank you so much .
  • Lyn Simeon
    commented 2020-05-09 22:33:45 -0700
    What is the latest update on rent moratorium in Orange County regarding rent assistance?
  • ta crowell
    commented 2020-05-09 16:45:03 -0700
    Sana, My experience is that your comment stands a better chance of being read if you post it on Hahn’s Facebook page. Post on the one where Hahn is wearing a mask.
  • Sana Radville
    commented 2020-05-09 15:50:41 -0700
    Why are we enforcing face covering while in open air like parks, trail, or golf courses. People are freaking out if passing by someone who is not wearing mask. Medically, the chance of contracting a virus that is transmitted by droplets simply by walking by a covid positive patient is basically zero, while inhaling fresh air is a healthy thing to do. I am a physician, I wear a mask all day. It is not healthy and very possible that people are re inhaling their own CO2 especially with home made masks. I saw on You Tube a tutorial on how to make a mask when the lady puts a paper between two layers of cloth!!. Many say they feel a little “light headed” when they wear the mask for too long. Unless it is a bandanna that is open at the bottom which does NOTHING and will allow droplets to spread. Please take off the requirement to wear a mask. PLease open up our beaches and the Strand in the south Bay cities. I urge you to discuss with a other medical sources especially physicians who are practicing doctors taking care of ICU patients and know the rules of isolation. Thank you.
  • Norma Jimenez
    commented 2020-05-09 10:29:14 -0700
  • Rene Mayorga
    commented 2020-05-08 15:10:01 -0700
    Thanks, I hope you help me. Blessings
  • ta crowell
    commented 2020-05-07 15:40:22 -0700
    The Redondo Beach police are certainly, certainly enforcing the directives down at the beach. I was there and watched them walking along telling people there was no parking nor occupying certain areas, and the people left. Furthermore, they used their police vehicles to block off south-bound traffic on The Esplanade, Catalina Avenue, and the alley between them. Finally, meter enforcement came along writing tickets.
  • Wendy Lopez
    commented 2020-05-06 23:37:39 -0700
    Por favor necesito ayuda.
  • Jesus Salazar
    commented 2020-05-06 23:30:52 -0700
    God bless the people that is trying to help us, i lost my job since may 20th, and i couldnt get any help, but i know there are to many people triyng to help us, i hoppe this time i can get some help thanks
  • Jeff Melodia
    commented 2020-05-06 20:17:00 -0700
    Honorable supervisor Hahn. We need your help My neighbors and I are concerned we see that Redondo Beach is now stopping all enforcement of the closed walkways and beaches allowing large gatherings without any protection. If it is now safe to congregate in large crowds and pack our beach then please let us know. It is unfair and confusing to stop enforcing rules and laws. Nothing more dangerous that a stop sign everyone knows is not enforced. Please let them know that public safety should be the first priority. Thank you
  • Jay Hemp
    commented 2020-05-06 15:01:58 -0700
    Cycling at the beach is not a crime. Medically better than walking or jogging for many people. It has built-in social distancing.

    Freedom of movement, mobility rights, or the right to travel is a human rights concept … in 1215, the right to travel was enshrined in Article 42 of the Magna Carta
  • Chris Knap
    commented 2020-05-06 14:18:20 -0700
    Please reopen LA County beaches for active sports such as surfing, running and windsurfing. Solo surfing does not spread disease! It is ridiculous that I can walk into a bar in LA County and get a cocktail to go but I can not walk onto Cabrillo Beach and go windsurfing.
    C.B. Knap, Long Beach
  • t crowell
    commented 2020-04-22 18:14:50 -0700
    Correction: [email protected]
  • t crowell
    commented 2020-04-22 18:12:41 -0700
    Hahn is now having Facebook presentations. It is too bad, or was it deliberate, that I nor any of you were notified of her first and live meeting ahead of time. Please note that it wasn’t posted here, either! However, I received an email notifying me of her 2nd meeting from this: [email protected] Here is the message:

    Last Friday we held our first-ever “Janice Journal Live” on Facebook.
    Hundreds of you tuned in to watch and ask questions. If you did, thanks! If not, you can watch the recorded video here.
    Because this was such a success, I want to do a live video weekly to give you updates on the latest on LA County and our response to COVID-19 as well as what we are doing to help families and individuals who are struggling with issues like paying rent, getting food, and more.
    This time, to help me answer as many of your questions as I possibly can, I am asking that participants submit questions ahead of time by emailing [email protected]
    Ask a Question
    You can watch this week’s livestream on Friday morning at 11 a.m on my Facebook page. I will be answering your questions at the end.
  • Patricia Lane
    commented 2020-04-16 21:46:57 -0700
    Totally agree t Crowell! People are much more aware and compliant about social distancing now. The parking lots and piers are closed. This will prevent overcrowding. Swimming or Surfing our in the ocean does not spread the virus. Another idea, would be to open the beach from Monday- Friday only for awhile to see how it works.
  • t crowell
    commented 2020-04-16 19:42:21 -0700
    Supervisor Hahn:

    (Posted originally on March 27th)
    I was down at the beach walking along the hard sand just this past Tuesday from approximately 4:45PM to 6:15PM and it was not at all overcrowded! People were at a minimum, 30 feet apart, a few were even in the water! It was a great day.

    The closure of L.A. County Beaches is, at best, a case of “The Sky is Falling”, or at worst a bureaucrat power grab. OPEN THE BEACHES IMMEDIATELY! I mean IMMEDIATELY. You are asking for civil disobedience if not outright insurrection! People will not stand for this. This closure is absolutely insane!

    T. Crowell
  • Patricia Lane
    commented 2020-04-16 19:39:05 -0700
    Amen Dino!!! The beach and the ocean are the safest place to be!!!
  • t crowell
    commented 2020-04-16 19:36:43 -0700
    Dino Smith! Ditto on that. Keep the beaches open. I posted about this issue here earlier on during this Wuhan situation. Hahn and the lot need to go.
  • Dino Smith
    commented 2020-04-16 19:27:19 -0700
    There is not a one in a million chance you are going to get infected walking on the strand or sand in a 10 knot wind whether you are five feet apart or not. Keeping the beach closed is a worthless gesture to appease people who have no common sense and immediately take their fear to the extreme. Let those people make that choice but don’t ram that down everyone else’s throat.
  • Kelly Meade
    commented 2020-04-16 19:19:39 -0700
    Please keep beaches closed until numbers are decline. I have lived in Manhattan Beach for 51 years, from what I have seen on Nextdoor app, most residents want to stay the course and continue to #staysafer at home. I like the beach too, but we cannot safely social distance with groups parking, walking to the beach, crossing the Strand and bike path and putting life guards at risk. Prior to the ban on the beach, my 14 year old saw many, many posts on Snap Chat, etc of her friends at the beach in groups. We have chosen to walk around our neighborhood with a mask in lieu of the beach for the greater good. Perhaps when there is a significant decline, during a Phase 2 or 3 from Gov Newsom, you will make a reasonable reassessment based on scientific data. Thank you for all of your hard work 🙏🏽
  • Patricia Lane
    commented 2020-04-16 16:22:48 -0700
    We are Manhattan Beach longtime residents. Please consider re-opening our beaches and bike paths. Our freedom and civil liberties are being taken away. We need our SAFE open spaces back! There is no reason at all that the ocean should remain closed. Surfing and swimming are healthy and relieve stress during these dark times, and are easily practiced maintaining social distancing rules. Beaches in Hawaii are all open for exercise, as are Santa Barbara county beaches, and even Huntington Beach wit absolutely No problems. Our beaches and outdoor spaces keep us health and sane. That’s very important too, especially now that we are losing our livelihoods because of such drastic measures being taken by Governor Newsom and his Draconian style. Thanks, Patricia and Robert Lane
  • Fred Juarez
    commented 2020-04-15 20:41:55 -0700
    Somos una familia de 4 solo yo estoy trabajando solo 20 de 40 horas que trabajaba mi esposa quedó sin trabajo a causa del covid19 espero y puedan ayudarnos
  • James Kotleba
    commented 2020-04-15 13:44:24 -0700
  • Rosa Mendez
    commented 2020-04-15 12:29:39 -0700
    Good morning! I living with my 2 grandkids and they not working; one of them with the covid-19 he got layoff , so my retirement check is not enough for 3 people, and I will like to have a voucher for rent and diferent City! Please help me! Thanks
    Risa G Mendez
  • Jose Rojas
    commented 2020-04-14 16:32:46 -0700
    We are a family of 4 and I need to know what we need for the rent helper.
    I am not working for now because orf the Covid 19.
    I am self employment at LAX Airport and bussines is closed