Alissa and Scott sit down with reporter Lexis-Olivier Ray to talk about city-provided hand-washing stations for the unhoused. Ray has investigated Los Angeles’ failure to maintain basic sanitary resources for its unsheltered residents during the pandemic, despite public promises to do so.
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California reopens, and Governor Newsom holds his victory-lap press conference at… Universal Studios? More details about a questionable workplace environment over at the Office of L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti, the L.A. City Council considers whether to break-up with LAHSA, and Measure J is in trouble.Listen Now
Pour one out for Mitch Englander. A fire commissioner becomes a fired commissioner. A few bills make waves in Sacramento. Place and Thank You: The Queen Mary. And a deep dive on LA County’s child migrant holding sites and the federal policies that brought them about.Listen Now
It’s all but certain that Mayor Garcetti is headed to India. Who’s going to take his place as interim Mayor? Metro passed its budget. What are the wins and losses? Echo Park Lake is open again. What’s it’s like? And a new segment about things happening in other cities that could make their way to LA.Listen Now
Scott and Alissa join guest host MATT TINOCO. California is reopening. Echo Park Lake is reopening. The Citizen app has gone beyond just putting up bounties in LA, it’s now launching an on-demand private security service. And how Metro’s $8 billion budget still doesn’t serve bus riders.Listen Now