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Designers have set out to turn the 1.1 mile stretch of the Crenshaw Line into an outdoor museum that showcases the ways L.A.’s black community has shaped the the city and the world.
The Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project contractor, Walsh-Shea Corridor Constructors (WSCC), has lifted the closure around the Expo/Crenshaw station, from Exposition Bl to Coliseum St.
Comprehensive recommendations included tackling access to guns and access to mental health resources; how schools are designed and how threats are reported; conditions on campus and in surrounding neighborhoods.
“It’s not simply voting, or going out and registering people to vote, but understanding the ballot initiatives and measures,” said council president Kahllid Al-Alim.
Are you passionate about Park Mesa Heights and its future? Now is your chance to get into the details of the Crenshaw Corridor Specific Plan in preparation for our November Meeting.
The Park Mesa Heights Community Council is excited to report that we are providing backpacks filled with school supplies and lunch bags for elementary school children in our community.
Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson reported on his work in Park Mesa Heights at the end of the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Projects he has been working on include: Community clean ups, Hyde Park Explosion community meetings, Vision Zero on Florence, Parking on Crenshaw.
Please join your neighbors, local business owners, and community leaders for the upcoming Crenshaw/LAX Transit Project Community Leadership Council (CLC) Workgroup Meetings and Events.
Park Mesa Heights Community Council held our 2nd Clean up of the year on Florence Avenue from Florence/Van Ness to Florence/8th Ave.