Dear Neighbors,

I am honored to serve Council District Four as your Councilmember. From Sherman Oaks to Hollywood, Griffith Park to the Miracle Mile, the Fourth Council District is full of vibrant neighborhoods and iconic landmarks, but most importantly, residents that care about their community and its future.

My website is a great place to discover what’s going on in our district and at City Hall, and let me know about the issues that concern you and your neighbors most. You can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date news and and an inside look at the work we’re doing to make Council District Four an even better place to live.

As always, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sincerely,
DAVID E. RYU
Councilmember
District Four

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PRESS RELEASE: City Council Approves Rowena Road Diet, Further Safety Improvements

Los Angeles -- Today, the Los Angeles City Council approved a Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) recommendation to maintain the road diet on Rowena Avenue in Silver Lake, as well as a number of additional improvements proposed by Councilmember Ryu to make the street safer for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.

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PRESS RELEASE: Councilmember Ryu Calls for Ellis Act Reform, Introduces Housing Motions

Los Angeles -- Today, Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu introduced three pieces of legislation to address Los Angeles’ affordable housing crisis. One motion seeks changes to how the Ellis Act is enforced in Los Angeles to limit evictions and increase tenant protections, while another would create incentives to build more middle-income housing. The Resolution calls for increasing the California Renter’s Tax Credit.

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STATEMENT ON VACANT HOUSING MOTION

Los Angeles - Today, Councilmember Ryu co-introduced a motion on vacancy in the City of Los Angeles alongside Councilmembers Bonin, Harris-Dawson and Koretz. The motion seeks a comprehensive assessment of vacancy in Los Angeles, as well as avenues for penalizing landlords who hold housing units empty. The motion was introduced amidst a worsening affordable housing crisis in Los Angeles.

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