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Local, State Public Health Officials and CDC to Address Skid Row TB Outbreak

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES- Leading public health officials from across the nation will convene together to publicly discuss the current Tuberculosis (TB) outbreak in Skid Row, known as the homeless capitol of America. The focus will be on how it affects Skid Row, the greater Downtown Los Angeles community and beyond.

When: Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Time: meeting starts at 6:30pm (sharp)
Where: California Hospital Medical Center
1401 S. Grand Ave. L.A., Ca. 90015
Leavey Hall Building- (Keck Hall Room)

DLANC Announces Installation of Complete Streets Parklets

LOS ANGELES, CA (February 7, 2013) – The Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council (DLANC) is proud to announce the completion of two new parklets in Downtown Los Angeles. The parklets initiative of the DLANC Complete Streets Working Group received City Council support as a pilot project in Fall 2012. Working closely with Councilmembers Huizar and Perry, the City of Los Angeles Departments of Transportation and City Planning, and the Historic Downtown BID, DLANC convened

Spring Street Bike Lane Green Paint Testing

LADOT crews will be testing various green paint materials on Spring Street on Sunday, July 15, 2012

If you access driveways/garages on the west side of Spring along these three blocks, entry and exit will be restricted. Plan ahead - consider moving your car to another street or lot in advance if you know you will need to use your car on this day.

Also, please be kind to the crews who are working hard to test out the best materials to keep our world-class bike lane looking great - avoid the coned-off areas so you don't run over fresh paint.

The Downtown Bike Network is Expanding!

DLANC is pleased to announce that our DTLA neighborhoods are about to become even more connected and bike-friendly...
Bike lanes are coming soon, within the next three months, to segments of 1st Street, Los Angeles Street, and Main Street, better connecting the Historic Core and Civic Center to Union Station and Olvera Street. The Main Street portion, from Cesar Chavez to 9th Street, will carry you north, completing the "couplet" of the north-south bike backbone already started with the bike lane on Spring Street last year.

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