Newsletter - October 25, 2019
Controller releases Review of Proposition HHH
The High Cost of Homeless Housing: Review of Proposition HHH

Los Angeles voters approved Proposition HHH in November 2016 by an overwhelming margin, authorizing City officials to issue up to $1.2 billion in general obligation bonds to partially subsidize the development of up to 10,000 supportive housing units for individuals and families experiencing homelessness. HHH funds can also be used to support new affordable housing units, temporary shelters and service facilities. The ballot language of HHH provides that the City Controller shall conduct a financial audit of the program each year bonds are outstanding or proceeds remain unspent. The audit examines how the City is delivering on HHH to alleviate the most pressing issue facing Los Angeles.
HHPNC Upcoming Meetings

HHPNC Housing, Renters & Homelessness Committee Meeting
Monday, October 28, 2019, 6:00pm. DETAILS/AGENDA
HHPNC Budget & Finance Committee Meeting
Monday, October 28, 2019, 7:00pm. DETAILS/AGENDA
HHPNC Joint Board and Executive Committee Meeting
Monday, October 28, 2019, 8:00pm. DETAILS/AGENDA
HHPNC Joint Outreach Committee and Board Meeting
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 7:00pm. DETAILS/AGENDA
HHPNC Public Safety Committee Meeting
Wednesday, October 30, 2019, 7:00pm. DETAILS/AGENDA

The LA County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Chair Janice Hahn and Supervisor Kathryn Barger to use a recent $134 million settlement to remove lead paint from thousands of homes in LA County. READ MORE

Halloween Fiesta Oct. 26th
Citizenship Workshop
Community Meeting on Filming
Peanuts Halloween
Dia De Los Muertos Festival Nov. 1st
Veterans' Parade
Census 2020
LA needs your help to ensure all of our communities are counted accurately in the 2020 Census so our city can receive the federal funding and the representation we deserve! We're asking all NCs to designate two liaisons to be trained as Census Ambassadors. Liaisons needn't be board members. Learn more.

Homesharing Ordinance
LA's new Home-Sharing Ordinance (CF14-1635-S2), adopted Dec 2018, will be enforced beginning November 1, 2019. The legislation restricts short-term rentals to one's primary residence. Attend one of the Dept of City Planning's in-person or online info sessions to learn more about how the new ordinance works. Sessions take place Oct 16 - Nov 7. Learn more and sign up in our article.  READ MORE
Home Composting Workshops
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