ULI Los Angeles: Meet and Greet with City Councilmember Kevin de León

When

March 3, 2021
10:30 am – 12:00 pm EST

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    Where

    Zoom

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until March 3 Members Non-Members
    Private FREE $20.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE $20.00
    Retired FREE N/A
    Student FREE FREE
    Under Age 35 FREE $20.00
    The Downtown Breakfast Club and ULI-LA are pleased to host an event featuring Kevin de León, our new Councilmember of the 14th District of Los Angeles. During this virtual Meet and Greet, attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the Councilmember's perspectives on the critical issues facing his district, and engage in discussion about the DTLA 2040 Plan and his A Way Home initiative to tackle homelessness.

    Speakers

    Speaker

    Kevin de León

    Los Angeles City Councilmember District 14, City of Los Angeles

    In the course of a remarkable career, Kevin de León has been an educator, activist, community organizer, and the first Latino leader of the California State Senate in 130 years. For the last decade, Kevin represented Senate District 24, which overlaps a significant portion of our city council district. During his time as President pro Tempore of the California State Senate, Kevin led the 40-member body to historic accomplishments to improve the lives of Californians, the state's environment, and economy for decades to come. Kevin secured more than $68 million to revitalize the Los Angeles River, $176 million to clean up toxic waste around the former Exide Technologies facility, funding for more than a dozen new parks, and $26 million to complete the Los Angeles State Historic Park. He appropriated tens of millions of dollars to make Los Angeles schools more energy-efficient through Prop 39, bringing relief to city taxpayers. Kevin also authored Proposition 68, to keep drinking water clean and open new parks throughout the state. As author of Proposition 2, he secured the largest financial investment to build permanent supportive housing for Californians experiencing homelessness, especially in Los Angeles.