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Residents Demand Greater Restrictions from City on Oil, Gas Drilling
October 18, 2019
Members of a Los Angeles City Council committee today asked for additional information before moving ahead with a proposal requiring more buffer space between oil- and gas-drilling sites and sensitive areas and restricting new extraction sites. ... read more »
Board Approves New Sidewalk Encroachment Policies for Further Consideration
September 17, 2019
The Los Angeles Board of Public Works today approved changes to a policy that would require people to obtain permits for planters, railings, fences and other items placed on city sidewalks. ... read more »
Customer on Front Line of DWP Billing Debacle Files $25,000 Claim Against City
August 2, 2019
The man who sued the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power over grossly inaccurate utility billing he received years ago has filed a claim against the city over the way in which it handled the case, documents obtained by City News Service today show.  ... read more »
DWP Recommends New General Manager in Wake of FBI Search
July 26, 2019
One day after the FBI served a search warrant at the downtown offices of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, the utility's general manager was replaced today months ahead of his previously announced departure. ... read more »
Citing Threat To Public Health From Schools That Don’t Satisfy Mandatory Vaccination Reporting Requirement, City Attorney Mike Feuer, La County Officials Direct Schools To Comply Or Face Possible Legal Action
June 21, 2019
In the wake of an unprecedented rise in the number of vaccine-preventable diseases including measles in California in 2019, City Attorney Mike Feuer today was joined by officials from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health to announce they have put non-conforming schools with kindergartens on notice that they must report the number of students vaccinated, or face possible legal consequences. ... read more »
City Council Members Frustrated No Pot Shop Landlords Facing Civil Penalties
April 12, 2019
The comments came before the council approved a set of actions aimed at cracking down on illegal shops, including the formation of a working group comprised of the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles Fire Department and other city departments to manage and direct enforcement efforts. ... read more »
City Attorney Goes after ‘Crime Hub’ Apartment Building
June 29, 2017
The City Attorney's Office Wednesday sued the owners of a South Los Angeles apartment building, alleging it is a "crime hub" where LAPD cars have been vandalized with threats to kill officers and where a child jumped out of a window to avoid gunfire. ... read more »
Marijuana Delivery Service Forced to Shut Down
May 19, 2016
City attorneys allege that Speed Weed has taken phone and online marijuana orders since at least July 2014 ... read more »
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