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Friday, September 30, 2016

Commission releases proposed new City Council boundaries

A commission charged with redrawing City Council boundaries today released maps of what the districts would like under the proposed changes.  The L.A. Times compares the current and proposed boundaries, which are subject to further review and change.  Under one of the more significant changes, Councilman Tom LaBonge, who lives in Silver Lake, would see his Fourth District stretched out in to the San Fernando Valley to include Encino and Sherman Oaks, according to L.A. Now

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5 comments

  1. What fun! 2 ?’s

    1.) Does Eric Garcetti still live in Council District 13?

    2.) What’s up with the power struggle over the onramp to the 101 and tiny triangle at Bellevue and Echo Park Ave?

  2. Koreatown is pushing hard to take over Council District 13…

  3. The new boundaries do not take effect until July 1st, 2013.

  4. Eric Garcetti does not live within the new boundaries of this district. If this plan remains, he will be in CD 4.
    Under the current district boundaries, Silver Lake Reservoir is shared by both CD 4 and CD 13. This has brought both Councilmembers’ attention to Silver Lake’s issues.

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