March 16th, 2020

Our local and state officials have put several regulations in place to try to reduce the spread of the COVID-19, a coronavirus that has created a global pandemic.

A brief recap follows with links to their offices for more detailed information.

Mayor Garcetti has prohibited gatherings of more than 50 people. He has also closed all restaurants and bars to the public but many continue to operate offering delivery or take out. Movie theatres and gyms are closed.

Governor Newsom is calling for home isolation of everyone in the state age 65 and older, and people with chronic disease, both high-risk populations.

Social distancing is the best tool we have to reduce the spread of the virus and prevent overwhelming our hospitals and health care providers.

Stay at home if you can.

If you must go out keep a distance of 6 feet from others.

Wash your hands frequently.

Cover your cough or sneezes.

Don’t go out at all if you are sick.

Social distancing will protect not just your family but everyone else in the community, especially those that are more vulnerable to this virus.

We can still support our local restaurants by requesting delivery or take out.

Please check on your senior neighbors or others who may not be able to get out and may need assistance. While we can’t gather in person right now, we can connect virtually or via phone to support one another through this challenging time.


LA Coronavirus updates :

LA Department of Public Health coronavirus :

California Department of Public Health:

Governor Newsom’s request:


Larchmont Farmers’ Market Community Meeting

March 2nd, 2020

The community meeting will take place on Saturday, March 14, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2nd Floor) at Marlborough School, 250 S. Rossmore Ave. There is street parking in the vicinity, and limited on-campus parking for cars and bicycles may be entered from westbound Third Street, just west of Arden Blvd.


January 29th, 2020

We are very very close to killing SB 50 but additional action is needed

The bill will be revisited one last time tomorrow as Senator Wiener tries to get 3 more votes by changing a vote or convincing those that did not vote to do so I n support of SB50.

Please take action one more day!

1) THANK the senators who voted NO today against SB 50, and ask them NOT to change their minds on the revote set for Thursday! Thank them here in ONE CLICK!


2) URGE the five senators below, who TOOK NO POSITION, to stay pat or VOTE NO Thursday! (Don’t worry about non-voting Shannon Grove, she’s out of state.)


PLEASE TONIGHT, or in MORNING, call and email each senator below to abstain again, or VOTE NO on SB 50:


Senator Bob Archuleta916-6514032;
Senator Steven Bradford916-651-4035;
Senator Ling Ling Chang 916-651-4029;
Senator Mike Morrell916-651-4023;
Senator Thomas Umberg; 916-651-4034;

Please continue to make your voice heard in Sacramento about this bill.  We have one more day to take action!



To those of you that called and/or emailed, thank you so much. Your voice was heard!

Your calls and emails did make difference!

Senator Maria Elena Durazo and Senator Ben Allen who represent Windsor Square both voted no.