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Category: City Affairs

Margin of Votes Widens in Tight L.A. City Council Race

In a close race for the Los Angeles City Council District 4 seat, David Ryu, a community health executive running in his first political race, inched closer to advancing to the May 19 runoff after the city clerk’s office released updated vote tallies on Thursday.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

City of Cerritos and Fil-Am Chamber of Commerce of OC Show Support for Tacloban

Despite fading news coverage of Tacloban, the city ravaged by super-Typhoon Haiyan two years ago, the people have seen an outpouring of support from other nations, non-profits, volunteer-based organizations, and government leaders, who continue to raise funds through benefit events for the city’s restoration.
categories City AffairsInternational AffairsWeathering the Storm

Election Totals Hold In Tight Commerce Race

Robles loses seat by fewer than 60 votes.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Metro Releases New 710 Study, Says Tunnel Would Alleviate Most Traffic Compared to Other Options

The 710 Environmental Impact Report also looked at other alternatives such as a light-rail train, a rapid bus line, and making existing roads more efficient.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

Los Angeles County Declares ‘Susan Ahn Cuddy Day’

On Jan. 16, Susan Ahn Cuddy, a Korean American living legend who was the first Asian American woman to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, turned 100. On Tuesday, Los Angeles County honored the Los Angeles-born trailblazer and patriot by declaring March 10, 2015 “Susan Ahn Cuddy Day.”
categories City AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsRace/Ethnic Relations

Will Buddy Find a Place in Alhambra?

Five Years of the Source: In 2012 contributor Esmee Xavier asked for a dog park for Buddy, her golden retriever and border collie mix. There's a chance that she will get her wish.
categories City AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsGreen NewsNeighborhoods

Residents Urge City to Reconsider Site for Dog Park

Danny Chau and other residents voiced their concerns to the Parks and Recreation Commission, saying that the dog park was too close to residential homes.
categories City AffairsMultimedia

First Fil-Am Mayor of Cerritos Re-elected to City Council

Cerritos’ first Filipino-American mayor, Mark Pulido, was re-elected to serve the Southern California city for an additional term on the city council.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

Election Brings Some Changes to Local Councils

Change can be scary, so can the unknown. Election results have yet to be officially certified in Monterey Park or the City of Commerce, but it appears voters in those cities have for the most part opted to stick with what’s familiar.
categories City AffairsPolitics

Vernon Councilmember Continues Family Legacy

Melissa Ybarra took the oath of office Tuesday; she will fill out the remainder of the term left vacant by the unexpected death of her father, Michael A. Ybarra in September. Ther term expires in 2017.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics
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