David Ryu

Los Angeles City Council

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Newly sworn-in City Councilman for the 4th District

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The COVID-19 outbreak has led to lost jobs for many people in LA. They may not be able to pay rent. How are they and their landlords dealing with that possibility?

Freeze rent and mortgage payments until Angelenos work again, urges Councilman David Ryu

The COVID-19 outbreak has led to lost jobs for many people in LA. They may not be able to pay rent. How are they and their landlords dealing with that possibility?

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David Ryu was sworn in yesterday, one of two newly elected members of the Los Angeles City Council.

Is a New Wind Blowing at LA City Hall?

David Ryu was sworn in yesterday, one of two newly elected members of the Los Angeles City Council.

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