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DAVID E. RYU
In January, 2017 my office entered into an agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates to conduct a thorough evaluation of traffic and safety conditions along the Rowena corridor and in adjacent communities, and start developing potential improvements to alleviate cut-though traffic to make sure we're keeping our neighborhoods safe for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alikeRead more...
Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the Public Safety Committee passed an ordinance allowing for greater enforcement of so-called “Party Houses,” an issue that Councilmember David Ryu has championed over the past year. In November of 2016, City Council unanimously approved Councilmember Ryu’s motion instructing the City Attorney, in coordination with LAPD, to draft an ordinance regulating “Party Houses.” The ordinance now heads to the Planning and Land Use Management Committee, or PLUM, for a vote before heading to the City Council floor. Today, Councilmember Ryu released the following statement:Read more...
Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the City Council Committee on Public Works and Gang Reduction voted to approve a motion introduced by Councilmember David Ryu which instructs the City Administrative Officer, the Chief Legislative Analyst, the Bureau of Engineering, the Bureau of Street Services and Contract Administration to conduct a cost comparison analysis of concrete street projects, including a cost benefit of using city crews versus outside contractors, and comparing the cost, longevity and customer satisfaction of concrete versus asphalt streets. The motion also instructs the City to address its backlog of “D” and “F” rated streets. It now moves to City Council for a full vote. Councilmember Ryu released the following statement:Read more...