READ MORE Supervisor Hilda L. Solis releases statement on coronavirus I know these are uncertain times for Los Angeles County residents, but I want to reassure the public that County first responders and public health officials are focused on slowing the spread of the coronavirus. In that vein, the County will adhere to the new state guidance to cancel or postpone gatherings of over 250 people.
Join us tomorrow for our COVID-19 tele-town hall. IF you have a question for the speakers, please email email@example.com with the subject line "COVID-19 Question".Join my office, the Department of Public Health, Office of Immigrant Affairs, and the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs for tele-town hall about the Coronavirus. The first tele-town hall will take place on April 1 at 6:00 PM. We will have a second town hall on April 8 in Mandarin, and a Spanish-language tele-town hall on April 15. See the flyers for additional information. ... See MoreSee Less
Failing to support youth at crucial moments in their lives increases the chances they may experience chronic homelessness.
Expanding access to housing will stabilize the lives of these young people so they could focus on school or employment opportunities. I am committed to prioritizing the success of these youth, and I will not rest until each one finds safe shelter.
Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis released the following statement after the Board of Supervisors passed her motion directing County Departments to prepare a report back with measure...
This crazy lady wants us let people live for free. What about my bills give me some money . I only own a small 4 unit I’m filthy rich . I work 12 to 15 hours a day just to make it. I have all the money in the world to give. Think about the other half also,not just your next vote
The audacity of landlords talking about their bills being paid by renters who have no income coming in because of the virus.