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Dalton City Council expected to vote on school resource officers agreement | Local News | #citycouncil

Dalton City Council members are scheduled to vote Monday on whether to renew the city’s agreement with Dalton Public Schools for the city to provide school resource officers. The council members meet at 6 p.m. in City Hall. The meeting will be livestreamed on the city’s YouTube channel. The contract calls for the police department […]

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L.A. Mayor Karen Bass retools her affordable housing strategy

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our City Hall newsletter. It’s David Zahniser and Dakota Smith, bringing you the latest and the greatest from L.A. city politics and government. Newsletter Get the lowdown on L.A. politics Sign up for our L.A. City Hall newsletter to get weekly insights, scoops and analysis. […]

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Does L.A.’s City Council have too many meetings? Some want changes | #citycouncil

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our City Hall newsletter. It’s David Zahniser, keeping you informed about the events of the previous week in L.A. city government. Newsletter Get the lowdown on L.A. politics Sign up for our L.A. City Hall newsletter to get weekly insights, scoops and analysis. Enter email […]

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The race for the next L.A. City Council president is under way | #citycouncil

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our City Hall newsletter. It’s David Zahniser, with an assist from Dakota Smith, catching you up on the events of the past week. Newsletter Get the lowdown on L.A. politics Sign up for our L.A. City Hall newsletter to get weekly insights, scoops and analysis. […]

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Mejia pushes back on the Mayor Bass’s initiatives

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our City Hall newsletter. It’s David Zahniser, offering up the developments of the past seven days at City Hall and beyond. Newsletter Get the lowdown on L.A. politics Sign up for our L.A. City Hall newsletter to get weekly insights, scoops and analysis. Enter email […]

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Jurors in the Raymond Chan case got a disturbing look at City Hall

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our City Hall newsletter. It’s David Zahniser, here to tell you about the drama of the past week, with help from my colleagues Dakota Smith and Rachel Uranga. The 12 jurors who decided the fate of former Los Angeles Deputy Mayor Raymond Chan got an […]

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Mayor Karen Bass and other L.A. officials visit Paris to prep for 2028 Olympics

Good morning, and welcome to L.A. on the Record — our newsletter on the comings and goings of city government. It’s David Wharton, with help from City Hall reporter David Zahniser, filling you in on the big-ticket items of the last week. Newsletter Get the lowdown on L.A. politics Sign up for our L.A. City […]

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L.A. City Council approves new parking restrictions around Runyon Canyon | #citycouncil

It will soon be harder to find parking around Runyon Canyon after the Los Angeles City Council approved new regulations for a swath of residential streets near the popular hiking spot. Parking will be restricted west of the canyon and north of Hollywood Boulevard from North Curson Avenue to Laurel Canyon Boulevard, a stretch roughly […]

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Newport Beach mayor encourages residents to be ‘helpers’

As part of a Wake Up! Newport panel hosted by the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce, Mayor Will O’Neill spoke to members of the chamber and the public Thursday in a state of the city address that hearkened back to his idea for “The Year of the Volunteer” in 2020 when he was last mayor. […]

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Newport Beach City Council overrides O.C. Airport Land Use Commission for residential projects | #citycouncil

The Newport Beach City Council this week unanimously approved resolutions announcing its intent to override Orange County Airport Land Use Commission determinations for two residential projects. The two projects — Residences at 1400 Bristol Street and Residences at 1401 Quail Street — were approved in December by the city’s Planning Commission. Both projects require demolition […]

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