Posted on January 24, 2018
Los Angeles - L.A. Controller Ron Galperin today released an audit of the City’s Department of Building & Safety elevator and escalator inspections, along with recommendations to improve reporting and public safety.
Posted on October 25, 2017
Los Angeles -- A world-class city deserves world-class streets. Unfortunately, in the driving capital of the world, too often L.A.’s streets are unswept and our City lacks a clear methodology to take on the nearly 14,000 curb miles on which residents, business people and tourists drive each day. In his latest audit, L.A. Controller Ron Galperin called on the Bureau of Street Services (BSS) to reassess how street sweepers can more efficiently clean City streets while optimizing routes and making better use of technology.
Posted on October 11, 2017
Los Angeles -- City Controller Ron Galperin today released a report summarizing the City of L.A.’s finances for the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2017.
Posted on September 27, 2017
Controller Ron Galperin calls on City to address public health and safety risks, help people experiencing homelessness store belongings and better utilize City-owned properties
Los Angeles – The proliferation of homeless encampments in the City is a unique public health and safety crisis that demands immediate action, City Controller Ron Galperin said in a report released today.
Posted on September 13, 2017
High marks for athletic fields and children’s play areas; lower marks for restrooms, graffiti and safety
LOS ANGELES – Community parks in the City earned generally solid grades for facilities such as playgrounds, trails and gyms -- but maintenance and cleanliness of restrooms scored largely C and below in new first-of-their kind report cards issued by L.A. City Controller Ron Galperin. Park users meanwhile reported general satisfaction with their local parks, but many said cleanliness and safety concerns deter them from using their community parks more.
Posted on September 05, 2017
Galperin joins LGBT Center, Garcetti, Bonin, O’Farrell in month-long campaign for donations to assist job seekers
LOS ANGELES -- City Controller Ron Galperin, Councilmembers Mitch O’Farrell and Mike Bonin, and representatives of the Los Angeles LGBT Center called on City employees and visitors to City Hall to make a difference in the lives of homeless LGBTQ youth by donating clothing suitable for them to wear to job interviews and professional workplaces.
Posted on August 30, 2017
Los Angeles -- Los Angeles needs better strategies to protect its critical information-technology (IT) systems in the event of major disasters, City Controller Ron Galperin said. Today, he released a report that recommended a comprehensive approach to ensure that vital City IT functions such as emergency dispatching continue during and after a disaster.
Posted on August 16, 2017
L.A. City Controller assisted District Attorney, Department of Labor investigations of Chicana Service Action Center
Los Angeles -- City Controller Ron Galperin released the following statement today following the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s announcement that three former executives of the nonprofit Chicana Service Action Center (CSAC) pleaded guilty to embezzling and misappropriating millions of dollars in public funds:
Posted on August 16, 2017
Galperin says taking workers’ comp care, group healthcare out of their silos would yield major savings
Los Angeles – City Controller Ron Galperin called for the City to explore consolidating workers’ compensation health insurance with employee group health insurance in order to curb City employee healthcare costs, which have outpaced overall City expenditures over the last decade.
Posted on June 20, 2017
Citing Census link to federal grants, Galperin expresses concern that neglecting Census Bureau could endanger grant money to Los Angeles
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Los Angeles – Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin joined 11 fellow U.S. city and state controllers, comptrollers and treasurers in a letter calling on the White House to fully fund the U.S. Census Bureau and fill the vacant Census Bureau director post.