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Obamajam: Expected Traffic Delays During POTUS Visit

President Barack Obama will be in Los Angeles April 7 through April 8, 2016 and the Los Angeles Police Department has released the following traffic advisory which has been approved by the United States Secret Service, and which may always be subject to change:  
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Spring Break Traffic Mitigation Plans

Our office is providing enhanced enforcement in the Hollywood Hills areas near Griffith Park during Spring Break (March 19 – April 3, 2016) to help protect public safety and improve traffic flow.

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STATEMENT: Ryu on P22 Mountain Lion

Councilmember David Ryu's statement on P22 (mountain lion) incident at the Los Angeles Zoo. 

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Earthquake Tips for Persons with Disabilities

This bulletin focuses on what persons with disabilities and others with access and functional needs can do before, during and after an earthquake. 
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Top Priority: Building Public Trust

Seven months after the election to represent CD4, TPR checked in on “outsider” candidate David Ryu’s transition into office. Ryu explains how he’s tackling mansionization and clues readers in on steps toward developing a transportation-management plan for the park- and landmark-rich area. 

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Runyon Canyon Closure Set for April-July for Water System Improvements

The City of Los Angeles, Department of Recreation and Parks along with Councilmember David Ryu, Council District Four, and Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) announced plans for the Runyon Canyon Water System Improvement Project (RCWSIP). Runyon Canyon will be closed from April through July. 

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Road Closures for the 88th Annual Academy Awards

The 88th Annual Academy awards is taking place this Sunday, February 28, 2016. Expect delays and congestion within and around the event area. 

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Larchmont Buzz: Wildlife Watch Town Hall, Including Coyote Management

In the past couple of years, coyote sightings have become almost a daily occurrence in our Greater Wilshire-area communities. In response, the Larchmont Buzz, along with the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council and representatives from the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services will present a town hall meeting to discuss safety measure to protect both wildlife and residents. 

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LA Times: How do we open Griffith Park to people, not cars?

The Department of Recreation and Park presents a proposal to alleviate congestion at Griffith Park. The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board chimes in. 

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LA Times: City Council votes to eject smokeless tobacco from Dodger Stadium, other venues

City Council approves ordinance to ban use of smokeless tobacco at sports venues and City parks. 

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