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DATE CHANGE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 5th – ALL LA – MOBILIZE FOR YOUR RIGHT TO COMMUNITY OVERSIGHT OF THE COUNTY SHERIFFS

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THE LA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS HAS JUST POSTPONED THE DATE FOR THE HEARING ON A CIVILIAN OVERSIGHT COMMISSION FOR THE COUNTY SHERIFFS FROM TUESDAY TO TUESDAY, AUGUST 5th. PLEASE COME OUT TO PUSH FOR JUSTICE, TRANSPARENCY, ACCOUNTABILITY!!! AUGUST 5, 2014 9:00 AM 500 West Temple, Downtown Between Hill and[...]

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Posted in: Boyle Heights, Boyle Heights Issues, Transportation

Soccer Field, Bike & Pedestrian Space Key to Sixth Street Viaduct

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Design Connects and Engages Communities on Either Side of River and Sets the Stage for Future LA River Enhancements Councilmember Huizar, the Bureau of Engineering (Engineering), and the Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) announced July 2nd that the planning and building of the City’s one-of-a-kind Sixth Street Viaduct is progressing[...]

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Hollenbeck’s National Night Out – Tuesday, August 5

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Tuesday, August 5

6-8pm

2111 E. First Street
Los Angeles, CA 90033

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Posted in: Boyle Heights, Boyle Heights Issues, Los Angeles

Meet Your New Neighborhood Prosecutor – Tuesday, July 22

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Tuesday, July 22nd 6:30 pm Boyle Heights City Hall – Community Room 2130 East 1st Street Los Angeles, CA 90033 Light Refreshments Will Be Served The Neighborhood Prosecutors program puts city prosecutors out into neighborhoods to address criminal problems like drug sales, prostitution, illegal dumping, graffiti, and street racing before[...]

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Posted in: Boyle Heights Issues, Transportation

Activists Urge ‘Branding Free’ Driver’s Licenses

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Pro-immigrant rights groups this week called on the governor and federal government to expedite approval of the design for California driver’s licenses for those in the country without legal status, and to do so without requiring large markings they say could lead to discrimination. On Monday, the Coalition for Humane[...]

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