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Weekly Newsletter (March 31, 2018): Not Horsing Around 🐎

Here's a quick recap of what's happening in the Seventh Council District the week of March 10, 2018: 

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Weekly Newsletter (March 24, 2018): It's Unanimous

Here's a quick recap of what's happening in the Seventh Council District the week of March 24, 2018: 

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Weekly Newsletter (March 17, 2018): Winds of Change

Here's a quick recap of what's happening in the Seventh Council District the week of March 17, 2018: 

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Weekly Newsletter (March 10, 2018): Like a Good Neighbor...

Here's a quick recap of what's happening in the Seventh Council District the week of March 10, 2018: 

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Councilwoman Rodriguez Pushes for 'Good Neighbor' Rules to Combat City's Homelessness Crisis

Los Angeles, CA - Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez introduced legislation instructing City agencies and the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) to develop a set of rules and outreach protocols aimed at making Winter Shelter Program (WSP) operators better neighbors. These guidelines, known as the “Good Neighbor Policy,” established a standard for homeless service providers to operate within the vicinity of nearby communities.

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The Creek fire community is ‘not out of the woods,’ so an LA leader is holding a town hall

Los Angeles City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez is hosting a community town hall in Sylmar on Thursday related to December’s Creek fire.

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Weekly Newsletter (December 14, 2017): Are you ready?

Responding to the Creek Fire and other natural disasters requires collaboration between local, state, and national partner agencies. I took immediate action following the fire to secure necessary recovery resources for our community. Read more here. 

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Local Assistance Center Opening for Los Angeles Residents Impacted by Creek Fires

The County and City of Los Angeles are jointly opening a Local Assistance Center (LAC) on Tuesday, December 12th through Saturday, December 16th that will operate daily.

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Trump's End To Net Neutrality Goes Against Values: Councilwoman

LOS ANGELES, CA — Two Los Angeles City Council members introduced a resolution Tuesday calling on their colleagues to oppose the Federal Communications Commission's proposed actions to eliminate net neutrality.

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PRESS RELEASE: Los Angeles Calls on FCC to Protect Net Neutrality

LOS ANGELES - Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez and Councilmember Bob Blumenfield co-presented a resolution opposing the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) proposed actions to eliminate net neutrality.

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