Economic Development & Livability Committee September 25


Census 2020

With the next Census less than a year away amid concerns that many noncitizens will not respond due to the current political environment, the City of Los Angeles is preparing to ensure that everyone is counted. A complete Census count is critical to ensuring that Los Angeles receives adequate funding resources and electoral representation, as well as accurate data that is used to guide important business and policy decisions. We invite you to hear from the Deputy Mayor for Budget and Innovation about the City’s plans and how you can help.

Special Guest: Miguel Sangalang, Office of Mayor Eric Garcetti


Fair Work Week

City Councilmember Curren Price introduced a motion in March 2019 to create a Fair Work Week policy in the City of Los Angeles that would require employers to provide employees’ schedules at least two weeks in advance, among other new requirements. The policy will apply to retail businesses with 300+ employees globally, and the City is currently studying similar policies in cities across the country. Join us to hear more about the status of the policy and lessons learned so far.

Special Guest: Marisa Alcaraz, Office of Councilmember Curren Price; Diana Gi, Office of Wage Standards


DTLA Real Estate Market Update

Join us to hear the latest updates on Downtown’s real estate market with highlights from the Downtown Center BID’s Q2 Market Report. The presentation will cover an array of key real estate metrics and news for residential, office, retail, hospitality, civic and cultural uses.

Special Guest: Nick Griffin, Downtown Center Business Improvement District

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DATE: September 25, 2019
TIME: 8:30 am - 10:00 am
Central City Association
626 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 850
Los Angeles, CA 90017
(213) 416-7519
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