Hello, everyone! Today, we are living healthily in National Green Juice Day. This is Sylvia with your Thursday edition of the Los Angeles Daily. Read on for everything you need to know about what’s happening in the city, including news on:
- 🏥 More space for teens at gateways
- 🤔 Kevin de Leon responds the first few blocks of Whittier Boulevard
- 🚘 Philippine Historic Village Vision Zero improvements fell apart
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Pink hearts, boxes of chocolates and greeting cards: reminders that Valentine’s Day is coming are everywhere. But responses to the holiday are mixed. What are your feelings about the occasion? Do you celebrate? So far, 46.7% take a bah-humbug approach, while 44.6% Plan a Valentine’s Day with all the trimmings. 2.2% plans to celebrate Galentine’s Day, and 6.5% focus on singles awareness day.
📰 Here are the top stories in Los Angeles today:
- Los Angeles Fire Department (LAFD) responded to a “stubborn attic fire” at 719 West 41st Street in the early hours of Wednesday. Thirty-four firefighters worked hard for 61 minutes to put out the flames. They ran into some problems when there was a possibility of a roof collapse. Still, no injuries were reported. (LAFD)
- Gateways Hospital and Mental Health Center at 1891 Effie Street will convert the grant money into hospital beds for adolescents. The venue received $19.2 million, which will translate into 37 new spaces to treat children and adolescents. (The Eastsider LA)
- On Monday, we talked about the people on the First Blocks Of Whittier Boulevard who dumped trash on the steps of Boyle Heights City Hall. On Tuesday, the controversial councilor Kevin de León responded. He reminded the protesters that Illegal littering is a crime and there is a $1,000 reward for those who throw a penny on violators. She did not comment on the complaints the activists addressed. (Patch, Kevin de Leon)
- Do you remember when City put 13 bollards between Temple Street and Silver Lake Boulevard? Filipinotown’s historic roadway was redone as part of the Vision Zero program. At the time, they also redrew the pedestrian crossing. A lot has happened since 2015; On Wednesday we learned that the pedestrian crossings had worn out and only 11 bollards remain. Adding insult to injury, the missing bollards “opened up space for drivers to speed through the area that LADOT had cordoned off” instead of slowing them down. (LA Street Blog)
- The Post Office is Hiring! Today, Thursday, it will host 11 job fairs throughout the county from 10 am to 1 pm The employer is looking to hire 2,400 new workers, including 325 letter carriers in Los Angeles County. Some of the closest locations include the El Segundo Post Office at 2135 Mariposa Avenue and the Venice Post Office at 313 Grand Boulevard. (Fox)
📆 Today in Los Angeles:
- The original farmers market settles at 6333 W. 3rd St. (10 am)
- How to get into the music industry seminar at the Scientology Celebrity Center (10 AM)
- ‘Fante Asafo flags of southern Ghana‘ exhibit at the Fowler Museum at UCLA (12 pm)
- Office of Child Protection Scholarship briefing at 337 Charles E Young Dr (12:30 pm)
- Straight Laughs No Chaser comedy show at Stage 21 Bar and Lounge (8pm)
🖊️ From my notebook:
- “Did you feel the pain this morning?” 4.2 magnitude earthquake centered in the Malibu area? LACoFD does not report damage or injuries. We encourage residents to be prepared and gather their emergency supply kits.” (Los Angeles County Fire Department via Instagram)
- “It’s officially the Year of the Rabbit! The celebrations are a 15-day evening, a time for family gatherings and festive gatherings. Traditional dishes are full of symbolism, many of which are homophones of lucky phrases.” (Discover Los Angeles via Instagram)
- “This week marks the 110th Anniversary of the Brennan Fire Hotel. This fire is believed to be the most photographed fire of the horse-drawn era. We encourage you to read the full original Los Angeles Examiner news article.” (Los Angeles Fire Department via Facebook)
- “LA Animal Services is accepting applications for a Veterinarian II. Join our city team and make a difference in the lives of pets in Los Angeles! Visit tiny.cc/HotJobs to learn more about this best job EVER. 🐾” (City of Los Angeles – Jobs via Instagram)
- Our neighbor from Hermon says: “Hello everyone, have you seen Shadow? Call me please 3238122495. My dog Shadow ran away yesterday, and we are devastated. We live in Coleman and Monterey. ” (Next to)
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— Silvia Cochran
About Me: Sylvia Cochran works in sunny Southern California and has been a full-time freelance writer since 2005. She loves dogs, cats, books, plays Best Fiends (don’t judge), embraces social justice, and treats to live Micah 6:8.
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