On Thursday, May 14, Councilman Curren Price along with the LA City Planning Department hosted a live virtual open house titled "Reimagining Expo Square" to unveil several concepts on potential street improvements to the historic Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard corridor. During the presentation, the community had an opportunity to have their questions answered by the experts live.
Click the photo below to watch the recorded presentation and don't forget to leave your feedback here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/exposquare
Slow down on Broadway! Recently, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), in partnership with the Office of Councilman Curren Price, completed the installation of two sets of speed tables on Broadway by 38th Street. These street improvements, which are flatter and longer than the traditional speed humps, are appropriate in major corridors where operating speeds are higher than on local or collector streets.
"Through these initiatives, we hope to lower driver velocity and increase overall safety for our children and families in District 9," Councilman Price added.
The posted advisory speed for a speed table is typically 20 miles per hour.
On Friday, May 8, Councilmember Curren Price stopped by a “Project Roomkey” facility in District 9 currently housing people experiencing homelessness who are at high-risk for hospitalization if they are infected with COVID-19.
During his visit, Councilman Price dropped off more than 100 hygiene kits for the individuals and families who are staying temporarily in the hotel rooms. To qualify to participate in Project Roomkey, individuals must be 65 years of age or older or have underlying medical conditions or be medically compromised. For more information about who qualifies, click here.
Councilmember Price met with representatives of RPP Products, a Southern California-based motor oil and lubricants company that shifted its operations to begin making FDA-approved hand sanitizers. RPP Products was onsite delivering 250 gallons (approximately 1,000 32 oz. bottles) of hand sanitizer to help Los Angeles’ homeless population fight the COVID-19 crisis.
On Thursday, May 7, Councilman Curren Price led a virtual conversation with medical and immigrant rights experts to shed light on the impact the COVID-19 pandemic is having on minority communities.
The livestream, titled “What’s Race and Ethnicity Got to Do With It?," was broadcast on Councilman Price’s Facebook page @CurrenDPriceJr and you can see the entire presentation by clicking on the image below. The Zoom video will be available with Spanish subtitles next week and shared in a future e-blast.
Click on the image below to view the discussion.
¿Está buscando respuestas sobre los derechos de inquilinos y protección de desalojos durante la pandemia de COVID-19? La semana pasada, el concejal Curren Price organizó una transmisión en vivo junto con Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department y Public Counsel para proporcionar aclaraciones sobre los derechos que los inquilinos de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles tienen durante la emergencia de salud pública.
Haga clic en la imagen a continuación para ver el “livestream” en su totalidad.
Join Councilman Curren Price and the LA City Planning Department on Thursday, May 14 at 1 p.m. for a virtual open house, streamed LIVE on Facebook and Channel 35. "Reimagining Expo Square" will provide a bird's eye view of different concepts and allow the public to provide feedback on potential street improvements to the historic Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Individuals will have the opportunity to ask questions during the livestream by calling (213) 978-0000 or you may send your questions ahead of time by emailing Christopher.Diaz@lacity.org.
Don't forget to tune in for the virtual open house. There are three ways to watch the presentation and be part of the discussion:
On Facebook at www.facebook.com/CurrenDPriceJr
TV at LA Cityview Channel 35
And on the web at http://lacityview.org/live
See the flyer below for more details.
On April 30, as part of a public education campaign, Councilman Curren Price hosted a livestream presentation with the Los Angeles Housing+Community Investment Department and Public Counsel to share pertinent information on the added rights and extra protections City of LA renters have during the public health emergency.
During the live in-studio, the panelists covered a multitude of questions, including whether or not landlords can still issue three-day notices to pay or quit; what City of LA residents should do if they cannot pay rent; and how long tenants have to pay back rent when the health crisis is over.
Click on the image below to watch the nearly one-hour show in its entirety.
Councilman Curren Price will be hosting a livestream titled "Renters Rights and Eviction Protections during the COVID-19 Crisis" on Thursday, April 30 at 10 a.m.
The presentation will be broadcast across multiple platforms, including LA Cityview channel 35 and on Facebook live by following @CurrenDPriceJr. Participants will include Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) and Public Counsel.
Submit questions ahead of time at c09iid.CEN@lacity.org and see the flyer below. For more information, contact Councilman Price's District Office at (323) 846-2651.
El concejal Curren Price presentará una transmisión en vivo titulada “Derechos de los Inquilinos y Protecciones contra el Desalojo Durante la Crisis de COVID-19” el jueves 30 de abril a las 10 a.m.
La presentación se presentará en múltiples plataformas, incluida el canal LA Cityview 35 y en Facebook en vivo siguiendo a @CurrenDPriceJr. Los participantes incluirán Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA) y Public Counsel.
Envíe sus preguntas por adelantado a c09iid.CEN@lacity.org y consulte el volante a continuación. Para obtener más información, comuníquese con la Oficina del Distrito del concejal Curren Price al (323) 846-2651.
I know that the news is scary and you probably have more questions than we have answers for. One thing is for certain, this is a moment in history that we will never forget. This is a time where we must unite together to keep our community strong and safe, our businesses thriving and to hold on to any sense of normalcy we have for the time being.
It is important for everyone to stay informed, stay prepared and above all else, stay healthy. With each passing day, new information is handed out for us to cipher through. My Office put together a resource guide to help you navigate through some of your immediate questions and concerns.
Keep well and take care of one another; after all, we are in this together.
Sé que las noticias dan miedo y probablemente tengas más preguntas de las que tenemos respuestas. Una cosa es segura, este es un momento en la historia que nunca olvidaremos. Este es un momento en el que debemos unirnos para mantener a nuestra comunidad fuerte y segura, nuestros negocios florecientes y aferrarse a cualquier sentido de normalidad que tengamos por el momento.
Es importante que todos se mantengan informados, preparados y, sobre todo, que se mantengan saludables. Con cada día que pasa, se entrega nueva información para que podamos descifrar. My Oficina reunió una guía de recursos para ayudarlo a navegar a través de algunas de sus preguntas e inquietudes inmediatas.
Por favor manténganse bien y cuídense unos a otros; después de todo, estamos juntos en esto.