ANTONOVICH JOINS OFFICIALS IN BREAKING GROUND ON NEW 1-5 HOV LANE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

ANTONOVICH JOINS OFFICIALS IN BREAKING GROUND ON NEW 1-5 HOV LANE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT

March 3, 2011, 2010—Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich joined officials in breaking ground on an 8.8 mile High Occupancy Vehicle Lane (HOV) project on the Interstate 5 Freeway between State Route-170 and North of Buena Vista Street in Burbank.

The total cost the project is $69.2 million and work is expected to be completed in December 2014.

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LAKE ALAMEDA GREENWAY PROJECT

LAKE ALAMEDA GREENWAY PROJECT

February 25, 2011, 2010—Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich joined City of Burbank Mayor Anja Reinke, Councilman Dave Golonski, and Jacob Williams of the County's Department of Public Works in breaking ground on the Lake Alameda Greenway project.

Once the project is complete, the $1.4 million project will allow Burbank residents to enjoy local access to a quarter-mile along the Burbank Western channel between Victory Blvd. and Alameda Ave.

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NEW HOME FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

NEW HOME FOR THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

February 23, 2011, 2010—Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich joined California State University, Los Angeles President Dr. James Rosser, students, officials and members of the community in breaking ground on the new permanent home of the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts on the campus of Cal State University Los Angeles.

“Today’s groundbreaking of the new $25 million arts high school campus is the realization of a dream,” said Antonovich, a LACHSA co-founder.

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ANTONOVICH TESTIFIES BEFORE ASSEMBLY BUDGET SUB-COMMITTEE ON NEED FOR STATE FISCAL REFORM

ANTONOVICH TESTIFIES BEFORE ASSEMBLY BUDGET SUB-COMMITTEE ON NEED FOR STATE FISCAL REFORM

February 4, 2011, 2010—At a hearing before the members of the California State Assembly Committee on Budget's Subcommittee, Mayor Michael D. Antonovich testified that the state's fiscal crisis is the result of state mismanagement and that economic recovery requires cuts and reform -- not shifting the burden to local governments.

"To address the state's $28 billion dollar deficit and move California forward, Governor Brown needs to eliminate excessive spending, a bloated bureaucracy and adopt structural reform," said Antonovich.

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ANTONOVICH COMMEMORATES RETIREMENT OF THE MTA'S LAST DIESEL BUS

ANTONOVICH COMMEMORATES RETIREMENT OF THE MTA'S LAST DIESEL BUS

January 12, 2011, 2010—Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich who also serves as MTA 2nd Vice Chairman and on the South Coast AQMD joined MTA Chairman and Supervisor Don Knabe and MTA members to officially retire the fleet’s last diesel bus.

Antonovich paid tribute to his late Chief of Staff Dr. Tom Silver who was involved with Antonovich in achieving the milestone. “What was once just a vision of removing diesel-belching buses from our streets is now a reality,” said Antonovich on the initiative started nearly two decades ago in 1993.

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ANTONOVICH CONVENES FIRST BOARD MEETING AS COUNTY MAYOR

ANTONOVICH CONVENES FIRST BOARD MEETING AS COUNTY MAYOR

December 7, 2010, 2010—Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich convened his first meeting of the Board of Supervisors as Mayor and outlined his agenda for 2011.

Mayor Antonovich spoke on the challenges facing the Board, including the nearly $14 trillion deficit at the federal level and $26 billion deficit at the state level affects every county, city and school district.

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CLEAN WATERS ACT

Los Angeles County Mayor Michael D. Antonovich sent letters to the Honorable Howard "Buck" Mckeon, Cameron Smyth, Tony Strickland and Jeff Gorell, asking for their support of legislation to moidfy the Clean Waters act.

The legislation would assist the Santa Clarita Valley Santitation District which owns and operates the Saugus and Valencia reclaimation plants that serve 230,000 residents in the City of Santa Clarita and adjacent unincorporated communities...


To view the letters please click on the links below

Letter to the Honorable Howard "Buck" McKeon click here.

Letter to the Honorable Cameron Smyth click here.

Letter to the Honorable Tony Strickland click here.

Letter to the Honorable Jeff Gorel lclick here.

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If you’re an entrepreneur considering opening a business in L.A. County—or if you’re looking to expand your existing business here—the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC) can help.

Created by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors to implement the county’s economic development program through land development, project financing, and marketing activities.

The LAEDC has evolved into Southern California’s premier business leadership organization. To learn more about how the LAEDC can help you, click here.

 

Los Angeles County has a new website providing resources for fire recovery and mudslide information. Among the information included is how to obtain building and transportation permits, mud and debris flow forecast, road closures, safety preparedness, assistance programs, and shelter contacts. Click here to access.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Service Nursing Home Compare Tool provides vital information for families to make informed decisions about the care for their loved ones and provides incentives for nursing home operators to establish and maintain high-quality standards of care and compliance.  Click here to access the database