CD 10

CD 10 Hosts Community Clean Up for Earth Day

Councilwoman Heather Hutt (CD 10) will partner with South Robertson Neighborhood Council for a community clean up in observance of Earth Day. The activity takes place on Saturday April 22, at 9 a.m., at 2604 S. Garth Avenue in Los Angeles. Councilwoman Eunisses Hernandez (CD 1) will also participate in the event, which is open to the public. “Earth Day is a significant occasion that reminds us of our responsibility to protect and preserve our planet for current and future generations. Saturday’s Community Clean Up, in partnership with the South Robertson Neighborhood Council, is our joint effort to celebrate our

Heather Hutt Appointed to Represent District 10 on City Council 

Cheers and applause filled the chambers on Tuesday, April 11, when the City Council voted 11-1 to appoint Heather Hutt as the voting representative for Council District 10. She will serve until December 2024, when the term ends. 

Women Overwhelmingly Support Heather Hutt as CD 10 Councilmember 

Councilmember Heather Hutt is receiving the most grassroots support to be Council District 10 representative.  She is the first woman to represent CD 10, the only Black woman on the current City Council and only the third Black woman to serve on the Council in the history of the city. 

Community Requests CD 10 Voting Privileges for Hutt 

Frustrated and disappointed that Council District 10 constituents lack a voting representative, the Empowerment Congress West Area (ECWA) Neighborhood Development Council approved sending a letter to Los Angeles City Council requesting that Heather Hutt be designated as the area’s “Board Appointed Member.”

Black Lines Matter: The Fight Over Redistricting Lines in Los Angeles

: Council Districts (CDs) 8, 9 and 10 saw minimal changes in the final draft map to be submitted to the Los Angeles City Council by the Redistricting Commission. The adopted draft map, which passed by a 15-6 vote, featured adjustments to the three CDs with the city’s highest numbers of voting age African Americans. Most notably, Exposition Park is now located in CD 8.