Councilmember Heather Hutt

Councilmembers Harris-Dawson and Hutt Honor Mothers in the Community

The sunny day was a perfect backdrop for an early celebration to honor and appreciate the mothers who contribute to the betterment of their neighborhoods. On Thursday, May 11, Councilmembers Heather Hutt and Marqueece Harris-Dawson brought over 500 mothers together for an unforgettable afternoon luncheon filled with music and laughter. “Gathering as a community to honor and celebrate the incredible contributions of mothers is a powerful reminder of the strength and resilience that lies within us. When we honor our mothers, we honor ourselves. At the luncheon, we witnessed the true essence of South L.A.,” remarked Harris-Dawson. The luncheon, titled

Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce Installs New Officers

The Crenshaw business community is alive and well as evidenced by the excited crowd that gathered for the 90th anniversary installation ceremony of the Crenshaw Chamber of Commerce officers on April 16.

Lora Ary Elected President of Greater L.A. AARP Chapter

L.A. resident Lora Ary is the new president of the Greater Los Angeles AARP Chapter #5117.  Ary and the chapter’s new officers were installed on March 10 by Councilmember Heather Hutt during the group’s monthly meeting held in the LADWP community room in South L.A. 

Heather Hutt Launches Campaign for CD 10 Councilmember 

Making clear her goal for the future, Councilmember Heather Hutt launched a vigorous campaign to remain the representative for Council District 10.  During a kick-off rally in front of L.A. Sentinel on March 3, Hutt stood before scores of community members and supporters to announce that she’s entering the race in the 2024 election. 

Los Angeles Represented in 31st Annual AIDS Walk & Musicfest  

L.A. Councilmember Heather Hutt (CD 10), Brotherhood Crusade President/CEO Charisse Bremond Weaver and political consultant Ingrid Hutt represented the city of Los Angeles during 31st Annual AIDS Walk & Musicfest on Saturday, September 24, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Council President Nury Martinez Delivers on Historic Vote for Heather Hutt and the Citizens of the 10th District 

The President of the Los Angeles City Council is a position earned, not given.  On Friday, September 2, Council President Nury Martinez showed her off her political skills and navigated the complexities of the Los Angeles City Council as she delivered on her promise and her commitment to the residents of the 10th Council District by bringing home the votes required to give residents the “Voice and Vote” they had been lacking for more than 200 days.