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.
Stopped by the San Gabriel Valley Service Center to help our frontline workers distribute food to seniors and low-income families. The commitment that staff and volunteers have demonstrated during these trying times is remarkable.
If you or someone you know needs emergency food assistance, please call the San Gabriel Valley Service Center to make an appointment at (626) 575-5431.
For additional information visit our Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging & Community Services Department at: wdacs.lacounty.gov ... See MoreSee Less
To slow the spread of COVID-19, the County of Los Angeles’ Health Officer issued two new orders on 3/25: • Self-quarantine of anyone exposed to someone diagnosed with/likely to have COVID-19. • Self-isolation of anyone diagnosed with/showing symptoms within 14 days of close contact with an infected person.
Governor Newsom signed an executive order Friday, March 27, banning all evictions through May 31 if a tenant is unable to pay his or her rent due to the the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The order requires tenants to declare in writing within seven days of the rental due date that they cannot pay all or part of their rent due to COVID-19.
Tenants would be required to retain documentation but not required to submit it to the landlord in advance. And the tenant would remain obligated to repay full rent in a timely manner and could still face eviction after the enforcement moratorium is lifted. The order takes effect immediately, and provides immediate relief to tenants for whom rent is due on April 1st.
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El Gobernador Newsom firmó una orden ejecutiva el viernes 27 de marzo, prohibiendo todos los desalojos hasta el 31 de mayo si un inquilino no puede pagar su renta debido al nuevo brote de coronavirus.
La orden requiere que los inquilinos declaren por escrito dentro de los siete días posteriores a la fecha de vencimiento del alquiler que no pueden pagar todo o parte de su alquiler debido a COVID-19.
Se requeriría que los inquilinos retengan la documentación, pero no se requiere que la presenten al propietario por adelantado. El inquilino seguiría obligado a pagar el alquiler completo de manera oportuna y aún podría enfrentar el desalojo después de que se levante la moratoria de ejecución. La orden entra en vigencia de inmediato y proporciona alivio inmediato a los inquilinos a quienes se les debe pagar la renta el 1 de Abril. ... See MoreSee Less
Hilda Solis, now we need law banning foreclosures for the same amount fo time for commercial property owners. They need protection too. This will help protect restaurants and other commercial businesses that cannot make the rent to the landlord. The landlords will work with them if the banks and mortgage companies are not allowed to foreclose during this difficult time
Pay me my tax refund no more lies
What about my property taxes? They are still due in April
Glad to support Pico Union Project with an $8,000 grant for them to provide 500 families with food and supplies every Thursday for as long as the COVID-19 pandemic lasts. Their motto ‘to love our neighbor as we wish to be loved’ should be a source of light for all of us to follow. ... See MoreSee Less