Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina and her staff today prepared and served a traditional meal of tamales, rice and beans for 300 homeless individuals at The Salvation Army Bell Shelter, as part of the County’s 12th Annual Cesar Chavez Community Service Week, which began on March 25th and concluded with today’s meal.
After suffering cutbacks in patrol hours, unincorporated area residents recently learned they also get longer Sheriff’s Dept. response times than contract city residents. Now Sup. Gloria Molina may help create Community Service Districts for unincorporated areas so they can establish official service agreements – and get guaranteed patrol hours.
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In response to allegations that Sheriff’s Deputies working in county custody facilities engaged in unnecessary use of force—and that complaints about such behavior were systematically downplayed, ignored, or covered up—the Board of Supervisors formed a Citizen’s Commission on Jail Violence. Each supervisor nominates one member, and Sup. Gloria Molina announced she will appoint the Honorable Justice Carlos R. Moreno. Read more about him here.
In the wake of numerous reports by the American Civil Liberties Union of alleged violence, intimidation, and excessive force by Sheriff’s Deputies, Sup. Gloria Molina is calling for Sheriff Lee Baca to implement numerous reforms in county custody facilities—including the installation of surveillance cameras. Read more about her proposals here.
If you receive a letter from any company offering to lower property taxes on your home, don’t be fooled. While these letters appear official, they did not come from any government agency. You never have to pay for a review of your property’s value. The L.A. County Assessor’s Office does it free of charge. Decline-in-value reassessment Proposition 8 applications are easy to complete and you can get one by calling (888) 807-2111 or online at assessor.lacounty.gov. Click here for more information! (¡Siga este enlace para información en español!)
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