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News Release Friday, August 11, 2006
Proposed Increase Housing Opportunities for LAPD Officers
Los Angeles City Council-members Dennis Zine and Jack Weiss will announce a proposal to explorer public-private partnership that could improve the availability of housing for police officers in the city of Los Angeles.
Friday, August 11, 2006
City Hall Spring Street Steps
200 N. Spring Street
Deputy Mayor Bud Ovrom
Council-member Dennis Zine
Council-member Jack Weiss
Police Commissioner Anthony Pacheco
Police Chief William J. Bratton
Affordable Housing Commissioners
Because of rising cost of housing in Los Angeles, Council members have introduced a motion for affordable housing for LAPD candidates. This motion would allow the public and private sector to enter a partnership and utilize the surplus properties in the city and develop affordable housing for active and recruit police officers.