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I worked together with our cities, @LASDHQ worked with a young philanthropist, our foster youth worked to do better in school, and @USHSNews worked to connect a woman experiencing homelessness with vital services. Read more in this week's newsletter: https://t.co/L3YNmHQxsw

This afternoon, my Health and Legislative Deputy Erick Matos spoke with this bright group of @USC students to tell them about @LACDMH, @LAHealthDept, and @lapublichealth. These young ladies have bright futures ahead of them!

It is so valuable for public servants to gather to share ideas and discuss our goals for our communities. The @sgvca pays close attention to the needs of our neighborhoods, holding to the example set by the late Dr. Dave Hall to strive to make the SGV better connected.

We may call them the MAD Town Council, but I sure was glad to see them! Thank you to this group of difference makers in the Monrovia, Arcadia, and Duarte unincorporated communities for their commitment to addressing homelessness, mental health, and public safety.

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Kathryn Barger

This week, I worked together with our cities, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department worked with a young philanthropist, our foster youth worked to better themselves in school, and Union Station Homeless Services worked to connect a woman experiencing homelessness with vital services. Read more in our most recent newsletter:
mailchi.mp/bos/workingtogether
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This week, I worked together with our cities, Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department worked with a young philanthropist, our foster youth worked to better themselves in school, and Union Station Homeless Services worked to connect a woman experiencing homelessness with vital services. Read more in our most recent newsletter: 
https://mailchi.mp/bos/workingtogether

 

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Can you do something about the rent in this place?

Thank you for your lone vote against another potential property tax increase.

2 days ago

Kathryn Barger

This afternoon, my Health and Legislative Deputy Erick Matos spoke with this bright group of University of Southern California students to tell them about Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. These young ladies have bright futures ahead of them! ... See MoreSee Less

This afternoon, my Health and Legislative Deputy Erick Matos spoke with this bright group of University of Southern California students to tell them about Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, and Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. These young ladies have bright futures ahead of them!

 

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Too bad Erick Matos can’t stand up to The Los Angeles Public Guardian’s Office to help handicapped teens use their own Special Needs Trust for Therapy and the like.

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About the 5th District

Supervisor Kathryn Barger
“Proudly Serving Los Angeles County’s 5th District”

From San Bernardino County in the East, Ventura County in the West and Kern County in the North, the Fifth District spans 2,800 square miles and is larger than all the other districts combined. Our district includes 22 cities and 87 unincorporated communities, including all of the Antelope, Crescenta, and Santa Clarita Valleys and parts of the San Gabriel and San Fernando Valleys.

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