CD12 lost 15% of its tree cover in the first decade of the 21st century. (USC).
LA City will spend more than $1.4 billion repairing sidewalks in the next 30 years (LA City)
Three of the five most dangerous intersections in the entire state of California are in CD12 (CBS)
When people picture Los Angeles, they often think of smog and traffic. But it doesn’t have to be this way. Strategic investments in transportation, parks, green spaces, and community resources like libraries will connect Angelenos with one another and build a more cohesive community. The City has systems for many of these services in place, but we need to focus on streamlining the existing services so that they truly work for our residents.