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Venice Update

News of Venice, CA and Marina del Rey CA

Venice Design Series Starts in April

New Housing Protections Provided Under the Violence Against Women Act

  The Violence Against Women Act of 2013 (VAWA) and subsequent guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) establishes...

LAHSA Seeks Crisis and Bridge Housing Proposals

  Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)  is asking for Proposals for Crisis and Bridge Housing.   Addendum #3 has just been posted. https://www.lahsa.org/news?article=333-2017-capital-costs-for-crisis-and-bridge-housing-rfp/...

CES Webinar Available

Coordinated Entry System (CES) webinar is now available.  Webinar.

Apartment Association of Greater LA Will Hold Meet on Trash Monopoly

Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA) will hold meeting on “Waste Hauling Monopoly” issues 6 February, 1 pm at Los Angels City...

Sea Level Rise Workshop for Venice, 14 March

Department of City Planning’s Venice local coastal program team welcomes all to the Sea Level Rise workshop, 14 March, 7-9 pm at Westminster Elementary...

City Council Homeless and Poverty Committee Agenda, 7 Feb

By Darryl DuFay Here is Agenda 1 Report for the 7 February meeting of the Homeless and Poverty Committee. It is about the Quarterly Report implementing...

Demographics for Homeless Shows 38 Percent are Mentally Ill in Venice

Demographics for Homeless Shows 38 Percent...

Breakdown for Venice Homeless. Council District 11 Breakdown of Homeless. By Darryl DuFay A step in the right direction. Article from LA Times article....

Lookout Point Maintenance Added to Mariposa Contract

Lookout Point Maintenance Added to Mariposa...

Lookout point on west side of Ballona Lagoon on the Peninsula. “We successfully added to our contract with Mariposa for them to maintain the landscaping...

Animal Shelter Gets 73 Low Income Units

Animal Shelter Gets 73 Low Income Units

West Los Angeles Animal Shelter at 11950 Missouri Ave in West Los Angeles has been approved by the West LA Neighborhood Council for 73 low-income units...