In two weeks the 2010 Census forms will start arriving. By spending ten minutes of your time filling out your census form, you can help shape LA's next ten years.
In an editorial, the LA Times argued that City Hall lacks a clear vision of what city government should look like. This could not be further from the truth.
By passing an internet business tax ordinance, Los Angeles is once again proving its commitment to generating jobs and providing a business friendly environment for every business.
Our new rate structure will include the Carbon Reduction Surcharge to begin to wean Los Angeles from its dependence on fossil fuels.
I'm headed back from Washington DC today, where I continued our efforts to persuade the federal government to get on board with our 30/10 transportation plan.
Because each census form represents about $2700 in federal funding for your community, we need you to not only turn in your own form, but bring up the census to your family and friends.
Former Vice President Al Gore has endorsed LA's green energy plan, the Carbon Reduction Surcharge, calling it "one of the most forward-thinking clean energy plans" he's ever seen.
Today, on the steps of City Hall, I asked a crowd of hundreds of labor, business and civic leaders -- the green coalition of the future -- a simple question: are you ready to go green?