Jack Humphreville

Department of Water and Power Advocacy Committee

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Columnist for City Watch LA, a local politics website and newsletter; Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council representative to the Department of Water and Power Advocacy Committee, a watchdog group consisting of neighborhood councils and other organizations; co-owner of the Recycler classifieds; rate-payer advocate for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council and contributor to CityWatchLA.com, a website on City Hall

Jack Humphreville on KCRW

The LA City Council is deciding whether Mayor Garcetti should be authorized to sign an agreement with the US Olympic Committee.

L.A. Olympic Bid

The LA City Council is deciding whether Mayor Garcetti should be authorized to sign an agreement with the US Olympic Committee.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Boston dropped its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games yesterday after public support for the bid evaporated. Now, Los Angeles could become the designated American bidder. L.A.

Should LA Host the Olympics?

Boston dropped its bid to host the 2024 Olympic Games yesterday after public support for the bid evaporated. Now, Los Angeles could become the designated American bidder. L.A.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In the next five years Los Angeles will have to start repairing its crumbling infrastructure by raising utility rates.

LA DWP Proposes Rate Hike amid Billing Issues

In the next five years Los Angeles will have to start repairing its crumbling infrastructure by raising utility rates.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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from Zócalo's Connecting California