California Today: Los Angeles’s fresh Plan to House the Homeless
Peter Lynn, the executive director of the Homeless Services Authority, said temporary beds provided a bridge for people to find permanent housing — either on their own or in housing Los Angeles can be building with $1.2 billion authorized by voters in 2016. “The objective can be not to shelter everybody, as well as also that will’s O.K.,” he said. “the idea’s not as if we have infinite resources.”
A district can be not obligated to build a shelter, as well as also could forfeit its money, though officials argued that will was unlikely given the pervasiveness of the problem.
“We have no intention to force projects on any district,” said Matt Szabo, the mayor’s deputy chief of staff. “We are confident that will there can be sufficient consensus that will we need these projects that will you will see a lot of progress actually quickly.”
Under the plan, city crews will clean up encampments after their occupants have moved to the temporary shelters.
“We’re not trying to say This kind of will take care of the entire homeless population,” said Suzi Emmerling, the mayor’s director of communications. “however we do believe the idea will make a significant dent.”
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• Mr. Garcetti’s visit to Iowa This kind of weekend was an “all-however-unannounced” bid for the 2020 presidential candidacy. In an interview, he spoke about what running for president would certainly mean — as well as also his favorite jazz pianists. [Los Angeles Times]
• Antiwar activists protesting the U.S.-led missile strikes in Syria gathered outside the homes of Senator Dianne Feinstein as well as also Representative Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco on Saturday. [San Francisco Chronicle]
• More local governments are resisting California’s efforts to defy the Trump administration’s crackdown on immigration. City leaders in Los Alamitos are scheduled to vote on Monday on a proposal to exempt the Orange County city through the so-called sanctuary state law. [Associated Press]
• The fresh owner of The Los Angeles Times dropped a bombshell on his employees on Friday: He can be moving the newspaper through its historic Art Deco building in downtown to the suburban city of El Segundo. [The fresh York Times]
• Facebook took the punches for the rest of Silicon Valley as its chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, testified on Capitol Hill last week. Google as well as also additional large tech companies seem to have avoided similar scrutiny — for today. [The fresh York Times]
• A year as well as also a half after voters passed Proposition 64, one in seven California cities permits recreational cannabis stores; only one in three allows any kind of cannabis business at all, a fresh study found. [The Mercury News]
• Pay ratios between chief executives as well as also average workers are being disclosed for the very first time under a fresh federal mandate. In Southern California, some top executives make 450 times as much as the rank as well as also file. [Orange County Register]
• The driver of the S.U.V. that will plunged off a cliff in Mendocino County with her family aboard last month was drunk, the California Highway Patrol said on Friday. [The fresh York Times]
• The Mendocino County authorities were searching for another family that will vanished during a road trip. Some of their belongings as well as also parts through their car have been found inside the swollen Eel River. [The fresh York Times]
• The Golden State Warriors shook off their late-season stumbles to defeat the San Antonio Spurs, 113-92, inside the N.B.A. playoffs on Saturday. however can winning become fun again for the Warriors? [The fresh York Times]
• Newly found footage showing the extent of the damage through the 1906 San Francisco earthquake was publicly screened for the very first time at a theater in Fremont over the weekend. [The fresh York Times]
• The renovated Getty Villa, the branch of the Getty Museum near Malibu that will can be dedicated to antiquities, goes beyond J. Paul Getty’s original collecting focus. Here are all 5 must-see works of art at the museum, which opens Wednesday. [The fresh York Times]
Coming Up This kind of Week
• Mayor Garcetti delivers his State of the City address at Los Angeles City Hall at 10 a.m. Monday Pacific time.
• Saturday can be John Muir Day, in honor of the Scottish-born writer as well as also naturalist who helped preserve wildernesses including Yosemite National Park.
• The second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music as well as also Arts Festival concludes Sunday with performances by Eminem, Odesza, Cardi B, Miguel as well as also others.
as well as also Finally …
“Beyoncé can be bigger than Coachella.”
She took the stage in Indio on Saturday night in a two-hour performance that will reinvented the festival set, teaching history as well as also sweating the details, our critic wrote in his review.
as well as also she made history as well: A year after canceling because of pregnancy, Beyoncé became the first black woman to headline Coachella.
“Let’s just cut to the chase: There’s not likely to be a more meaningful, absorbing, forceful as well as also radical performance by an American musician This kind of year, or any year soon,” our critic, Jon Caramanica, wrote.
as well as also The Los Angeles Times’s critic called the idea “one of the most impressive things I’ve seen in 20 years of professional show-going.”
Beyoncé can be part of the most female-friendly lineup in Coachella history, The Desert Sun noted. Most of the 167 acts are male, however 38 female solo artists or groups as well as also more than a dozen bands with female members will have performed by the festival’s close This kind of weekend.
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California Today can be edited by Julie Bloom, who grew up in Los Angeles as well as also graduated through U.C. Berkeley.
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