Spring Into Summer

Here we are at the half year mark of 2019! We had a busy three months, and I'm ready to spring into summer!

What's been happening? Some highlights...Pride_Parade

  • One City, One Pride
  • LA Pride Festival, Dyke March and Pride Parade
  • Rainbow Key Awards
  • Russian Arts & Culture Festival
  • Women's Leadership Conference
  • City Council Reorg & Installation
  • Public Safety Awards
  • Senior Month and Senior Health Fair
  • West Hollywood Kids Fair
  • Annual Arbor Day Celebration
  • World Dog Day

What else?

In this second quarter, we extended temporary adult recreational retail licenses for the four existing cannabis shops, we made it illegal to ride any class of electric bicycle on sidewalks, and we approved a Budget for 2019/20. I also worked on a number of initiatives that were adopted by Council such as...

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Spring 2019 - First Quarter Down!

I can't believe it's springtime already -- 2019 is already flying by. I'm sure that's because when you're busy, time flies - and with City elections (thanks again for your support!), I was pretty busy! But with elections now behind us, it's back to business as usual.

Like what?

  • 2019 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count
  • Ring Video Doorbell Rebate Program for Eastside Neighborhood Watch Areas (A WeHo Smart City Pilot)
  • Senior Valentine's Day Dance
  • Community Study Gallery Walk
  • Pizza With Public Safety
  • Metro Rail Crenshaw Northern Extension Community Meeting
  • 24th Annual Women In Leadership Awards & Reception
  • Play Ball
  • She Angels Premier

There's more!

In this first quarter, I worked on a number of initiatives that were adopted by Council such as...

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Thank You, Weho -- We Did It!

We did it!

On March 5th, we won our re-election -- and our voice -- on City Council. And when I say "we" that includes all of you, because it took all of us to achieve this victory. I am so grateful for your support. Whether you walked with us, made phone calls, dropped door hangers, placed lawn signs, encouraged a neighbor to vote, or donated (or all of the above!), you helped make this a winning campaign.  

We received over 3,600 votes with a campaign that spent under $50,000... that is outstanding -- and is a true testament to the power of community! 

This is what the numbers look like:

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