With 2021 in the books, I wanted to share with you our 2021 Year in Review, courtesy of our friends at LA CityView 35. Click on the image below to watch a special video.
This holiday season, my Office celebrated Seven Days of Christmas in the Ninth by giving away thousands of toys to families across the District throughout the week of Dec. 13, including my District Office, South Park Recreation Center, Vermont Square Park, Green Meadows Recreation Center, and Trinity Recreation Center. We also brought Candy Cane Lane to our 27th Street families to bring them a little extra cheer. Through our wonderful partnerships, we were able to raffle off hundreds of bikes and scooters. In addition, our neighbors enjoyed free food, and a host of family-friendly activities including a visit with Santa, arts & crafts and sledding in the snow to top it off.
I am elated that I was able to bring joy across Council District 9. I want to give a warm thank you to all of our partners including Balfour Beatty, Destination Enterprises, Skanska, Volunteers of America, UNITE HERE!, LA Conservation Corps, Mamas del Sur Centro, the Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD), Northgate, and so many others!
Click here to view photos from these special events.
If you or someone you know is in need, call my District Office at (323) 846-2651 and a member of Team Price will be happy to assist you.
On Dec. 6, Team Price awarded Agripina Flores, owner of Lupe’s Thrift Shop, with a certificate of recognition in honor of its 25th Anniversary. This local #CD9 business has been serving the community as a local shop where you can find an assortment of items, including house appliances, decor, fashionable clothing, electronics, toys, and much more. The store is located at 5501 S. Broadway and is open daily from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Agripina and team, it is an honor to celebrate this milestone with you. Congratulations on all your success and thank you for all that you have contributed to #CD9.