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  • City Hall takes aim at a beloved Venice treehouse

    City Hall takes aim at a beloved Venice treehouse
    On May 22, a diligent public servant at Los Angeles City Hall wrote a letter to a Venice homeowner about the treehouse that's been in her yard for 10 years. And you just know, don't you, that a story with this beginning will not have a happy ending?...
  • Deputy Supt. Aquino departs L.A. Unified with warning

    Deputy Supt. Aquino departs L.A. Unified with warning
    Calling the Los Angeles Board of Education dysfunctional and warning that academic progress is at stake, a senior school district administrator confirmed Friday that he is resigning. Deputy Supt. Jaime Aquino said he would remain with the nation's...
  • Chaos, dysfunction and the L.A. Unified school board

     Chaos, dysfunction and the L.A. Unified school board
    During a special meeting Tuesday, the Los Angeles Unified school board will try to figure out how the district should spend more than $113 million in one-time funding to get teachers and students ready for the Common Core curriculum, the new standards...
  • Newton: Garcetti and the DWP

    Newton: Garcetti and the DWP
    Mayor Eric Garcetti, who was sworn in Sunday, has made it clear that no department head from the Antonio Villaraigosa years is safe (except for Police Chief Charlie Beck, who has a term of office that only the Police Commission can cut short). And...
  • Four mayors kick off $2-billion opening of LAX's Tom Bradley terminal

    Four mayors kick off $2-billion opening of LAX's Tom Bradley terminal
    Four mayors who worked to reshape Los Angeles International Airport turned out Wednesday for the grand opening of five passenger gates and a grand central hall at Tom Bradley International Terminal. Richard Riordan, James Hahn, Antonio Villaraigosa...
  • Garcetti honors former mayors for pushing LAX upgrades

    Garcetti honors former mayors for pushing LAX upgrades
    One of the perks of the Los Angeles mayor’s job is the chance to take credit for the openings of big public buildings — the higher the profile, the better. So in the waning days of his mayoralty, Antonio Villaraigosa staged a lavish...
  • Caltrans waves red flag on Millennium Hollywood project

     Caltrans waves red flag on Millennium Hollywood project
    It has become almost routine for community groups to rise up in protest whenever a big developer proposes a project likely to make their city neighborhoods unrecognizable. But what's happening with the giant Millennium Hollywood project is much more...
  • Garcetti taps 5 supporters to serve on L.A. library panel

    Garcetti taps 5 supporters to serve on L.A. library panel
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday named five people to the Board of Library Commissioners, all of them supporters of his bid for citywide office earlier this year. The volunteer panel, which oversees dozens of regional and branch libraries, will...
  • The phantom limbs of L.A. city government

    The phantom limbs of L.A. city government
    With summer officially over, the Los Angeles officials who were elected in May lose their newbie status; their remaining organizational work should be attended to without further delay. In the case of Mayor Eric Garcetti, that includes the appointment...
  • Roger Kozberg dies at 77; led renovation of L.A. Memorial Coliseum

    Roger Kozberg dies at 77; led renovation of L.A. Memorial Coliseum
    Roger Kozberg, an insurance executive who helped guide the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum through a $93-million renovation and became a top proponent for the facility's use as an NFL stadium, has died. He was 77. Kozberg had neuroendocrine carcinoma,...
  • Garcetti picks former rival Kevin James for public works board

    Garcetti picks former rival Kevin James for public works board
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday named former rival Kevin James, who placed third in the March 5 primary election, to serve on the powerful Board of Public Works. James, a Republican radio host who campaigned aggressively for Garcetti in the...
  • LAFD chief first manager to interview with Mayor Eric Garcetti

    LAFD chief first manager to interview with Mayor Eric Garcetti
    New Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti started down the list of department heads reapplying for their jobs Tuesday. The first interview: Fire Chief Brian Cummings. After taking office earlier this month, Garcetti asked the top manager from each of the...