So who will it be? An insider from the County transportation agency? An out-of-towner who knows how to build and manage a large urban transit system? A transit rider.
We are going to get the United States off dirty fuels and onto clean energy. Of course, it won't happen overnight nor everywhere at once. Our success will come from winning hundreds, if not thousands, of victories -- big and small. This is about one of the big ones.
Los Angeles will be the first big city in America to kick the coal habit. We are eliminating our dependence on dirty coal plants to power our city.
No single "silver bullet" will solve the climate crisis. The good news, though, is that we have a clear objective to keep in our sights. All we need to do is keep moving away from dirty fuels and toward clean energy and sustainable transportation.
As HuffPost previously reported, 79 percent of campaign donations from CEOs on Fix the Debt's leadership council went to
Community Member Daniel Bald, asks Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about his thoughts on the future of an NFL franchise in Los Angeles.
HuffPost Los Angeles Editor Kathleen Miles, asks Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa about his thoughts on recent strikes by Wal-Mart employees and Wal-Mart's plan for a Chinatown store.
Los Angeles today is the safest it's been since the Eisenhower administration. Together, we have made significant progress, revitalizing Los Angeles and making our city a safer place to live, work and visit. But we have to stay vigilant.
Regardless of what Washington does, we are not going to wait another day. No ifs, ands, or buts: We are going to build the 21st century transit system that Angelenos deserve.
The city will also restart the recruitment and hiring of firefighters. The Valley Drill Tower will reopen, though new firefighters