Ron Galperin

Office of the Los Angeles City Controller

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Ron Galperin is Los Angeles City Controller. A former chairman of the LA City Council's Ad Hoc Commission on Revenue Efficiency, he formerly practiced law in Century City and is a member of the Bel Air-Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council.

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The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is the lead homelessness agency for the city and county of LA.

LA's lead homelessness authority falls short, says audit

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Did you know the city owns almost 9,000 parcels of land and properties across LA County?

Could there be new uses for city-owned land?

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Ron Galperin, the City Controller, has a new report detailing ways LA could curb the spread of homeless encampments.

A plan to fix LA’s homeless crisis

Ron Galperin, the City Controller, has a new report detailing ways LA could curb the spread of homeless encampments.

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