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Bill Rosendahl - Council District 11

 

 

 

 

 

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Burning Questions

When I ran for office, I said that protecting public safety was one of my top priorities. It still is. Nothing concerns me more than protecting the safety and well-being of the residents of the 11th District.

After recent investigative reporting by NBC4 TV and the LA Weekly, I remain deeply concerned about the safety of the residents of Playa Vista, and I have lots of unanswered questions for the Los Angeles Department of Building & Safety.

I will be holding a Town Hall meeting on these issues 6 p.m. Tuesday August 15 at Venice High School, 13000 Venice Blvd., in Mar Vista. I invite you to attend.

You can view the latest two installments of the Channel 4 investigative series here and here, and read the LA Weekly story here.

The Town Hall meeting will focus largely on public comment on a peer review analysis of safety issues related to how dewatering impacts the methane mitigation and monitoring program at Playa Vista. You can read that report here.

I hope to see you on the 15th.

Regards,


Bill

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

In two shooting incidents on Sunday July 30 three young men were wounded (one near death) and onother killed. The second shooting was on a Sunday morning at 11:30 AM in broad daylight. So far the vicitms families are reporting the police have no suspects.

There have been 9 murders already this year, as many as there were in the entire year of 2005 and twice as many as 2004.

It is unacceptable for the LAPD to lable this case "Gang Related" and walk away. In fact the families will attest that the vicitms had no gang afiliation.

What are we doing about rising violent crime in our district?

6:27 PM  
Anonymous monty scates said...

Dear Mr Rosendahl, my name is Monty Scates and I live at 5227 Knowlton st apt b. I called your office about the heavy trucks and the high speed traffic that was ussing this residential area. This steet is a school zoon posted at 25 miles, cars go 50 and 60 mile . I called the police department and they blue me off. Nancy was nice to put a sign, no trucks over ten tuns, but the rules are not inforce. please help us thanks Monty Scates

1:09 PM  

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