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Aug 25

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IN THE WORKS: Mayor Garcetti being briefed by Los Angeles World Airports’ Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey on new investments and plans to augment the range of services made available to travelers to LAX as we build a world-class airport worthy of a world-class city.

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IN THE WORKS: Mayor Garcetti being briefed by Los Angeles World Airports’ Executive Director Gina Marie Lindsey on new investments and plans to augment the range of services made available to travelers to LAX as we build a world-class airport worthy of a world-class city.

Aug 22

Garcetti Talks to Bill Clinton About Sustainability

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(Photo from Los Angeles Times)

“Garcetti gave Clinton credit for inspiring Los Angeles, under former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, to convert 144,000 street lamps to LED bulbs, reducing energy costs and cutting carbon emissions. The city now plans to install solar panels and Wi-Fi hot spots on the street lamps, Garcetti said.”

Los Angeles Times, April 3, 2014

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-clinton-garcetti-20140403-story.html

Mayor Garcetti Begins Annual Review of All City Managers

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“As mayor and the city’s CEO, I want to make sure that we hold every city department head accountable and measure their performance to save taxpayer dollars and deliver better services. I want Los Angeles to be the best run city in America.” - Mayor Eric Garcetti

Read full article from The Daily News

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"These are places that people collectively want to bring back or, for the first time, kind of bring up."
-Mayor Eric Garcetti

Read the LA Times article “Mayor sets out to transform LA streets through “urban acupuncture”

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"These are places that people collectively want to bring back or, for the first time, kind of bring up."

-Mayor Eric Garcetti

Read the LA Times article “Mayor sets out to transform LA streets through “urban acupuncture”

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#LAGreatStreets Council District 15: Gaffey St -

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Gaffey St is the entrance to San Pedro and is its main artery, passing neighborhood restaurants and businesses as it makes its way through San Pedro to the southern tip of Los Angeles. Great Streets seeks to take advantage of existing improvements and planned investment to transform Gaffey…

#LAGreatStreets Council District 14: Cesar Chavez Ave

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Cesar Chavez Avenue in Boyle Heights is one of Los Angeles’ most active commercial corridors. Originally served by the Red Car system, Cesar Chavez has early 1900s tree-lined blocks of neighborhood-oriented shops, restaurants, and services. Great Streets seeks to strengthen the linkages between Cesar Chavez and the nearby Gold Line while improving the pedestrian and bicycle facilities in the area, proving residents better options for getting to and from the corridor.

#LAGreatStreets Council District 13: Hollywood Blvd -

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Hollywood Blvd is a national destination and locus of activity for Angelenos and tourists alike, who come from far and wide for the Walk of Fame, the Chinese Theater, the Pantages Theater, and the Dolby Theater. Great Streets seeks to take advantage of this activity, building linkages with…

The Sprawling, Booming LA Tech Scene Is Having a Moment -

(Source: techlavia)

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On July 24th, Mayor Garcetti led his first meeting as Chair of the MTA Board of Directors.  Mayor Garcetti is focused on reducing traffic by building a regional transportation system that utilizes trains, buses, bikes, and walkable communities to get everyone “door-to-door” as easily as possible. He plans to bring innovation, technology, and accountability to MTA so it can serve customers better and more efficiently while making sure its major construction projects get done on time and on budget. (Photo: Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and Rep. Xavier Becerra discussing regional transportation issues at City Hall)

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On July 24th, Mayor Garcetti led his first meeting as Chair of the MTA Board of Directors.  Mayor Garcetti is focused on reducing traffic by building a regional transportation system that utilizes trains, buses, bikes, and walkable communities to get everyone “door-to-door” as easily as possible. He plans to bring innovation, technology, and accountability to MTA so it can serve customers better and more efficiently while making sure its major construction projects get done on time and on budget. (Photo: Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx and Rep. Xavier Becerra discussing regional transportation issues at City Hall)