Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich

In the News

  • ‘Pillowcase Rapist’ should be freed in Los Angeles County, judge in San Jose rules


    Posted: 04/04/2014 03:01:38 PM “Pillowcase Rapist” Christopher Evans Hubbart will live in Los Angeles County upon his release from incarceration under a ruling issued Friday, according to a press release from L.A. County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich’s office. The decision by Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Gilbert Brown designated a home in an unincorporated […]

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  • Los Angeles County to ask state to stem film production flight


    By Abby Sewell March 25, 2014, 2:14 p.m. Los Angeles County officials will ask the state to do more to keep film production in California. The county’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to send a five-signature letter to Gov. Jerry Brown and members of the Legislature asking them to “recognize the negative impacts high […]

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  • Letters From Readers: Improvements coming for mental health care


    Opinion Section   3/23/14 http://avpress.com/article-detail.php?articles_id=33643205 Your March 20 editorial, “Outcry shows need for mental health aid,” points out the many challenges of addressing the mentally ill in our communities. Addressing the mentally ill problem requires a three-pronged approach – for the functioning mentally ill, the mentally ill homeless and those whose illness precludes them from consenting […]

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  • SHARING READING


    Page A4 (top) Community News Section (Caption Only) – 3/12/14 http://avpress.com/article-detail.php?articles_id=33553718

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  • Local Park to Get Shade Structure


    County supervisors approve funding for projects at Castaic Sports Complex, four other nearby parks http://www.signalscv.com/section/36/article/116036/ By Jim Holt Signal Senior Staff Writer jimh@signalscv.com 661-287-5527 March 11, 2014 Five county parks, including the Castaic Sports Complex, are expected to get a little more shade by 2015 after county supervisors approved funding for shade structures on Tuesday. […]

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  • California drought: LA County officials focus on stormwater capture projects


    Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Rudabeh Shahbazi CLICK HERE TO VIEW: http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/local/los_angeles&id=9463040 ALTADENA, Calif. (KABC) — There’s a new push to curb California’s drought and help stockpile water for future shortages. It seems it’s feast or famine when it comes to water in the Southland. The storm earlier this month brought some much-needed relief to the […]

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  • Playground shades work begins in May


    CHRISTINA RAMOS/Valley Press/Jan. 2, 2014 QUARTZ HILL – Shade structures intended to keep the Antelope Valley sun off youngsters playing at four Antelope Valley parks’ playgrounds are due to start construction in May. Los Angeles County supervisors on Tuesday approved moving ahead with the four projects, expected to cost $365,000, along with another $450,000 project […]

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  • Editorial: Gunfight at the Cactus Collective pot corral


    Antelope Valley Press Gosh. When a store wants to announce it’s open for business in the neighborhood, the Green Cactus Collective has certainly found a bang-up way to do it. Better than a “grand opening” banner, certainly. A security guard at a “pot collective” who was shot multiple times was listed in critical but stable […]

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  • Antonovich orders audit of electronic monitoring, GPS services


    Antelope Valley Press “How does an ankle bracelet prevent rape? It doesn’t. It doesn’t incapacitate them or prevent one from committing crimes.” – Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich To prevent failures in Los Angeles County’s ability to monitor probationers, an amendment by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich directs the County Probation Department to conduct a thorough audit of its […]

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  • Trails advocate gets memorial


    AGUA DULCE – Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich and family of Darrell Readmond dedicated a memorial Wednesday at Vasquez Rocks Natural Area in honor of the trails advocate.The LA County Dept. of Parks and Recreation dedicated a memorial Wednesday morning at the Vasquez Rocks Natural Area and Interpretive Center to long time keeper […]

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