Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich

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  • Bookmark Contest Showcases Creative Talent


    Supervisor Antonovich recognized winners of the 34th Annual Bookmark Contest sponsored by the Los Angeles County Library. Since 1980, the County Library, with support from Pentel Arts, has conducted the contest to encourage children’s artistic expression and allow them to share their joy of books and the written word. More than 7,000 children from across […]

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  • George “Horse” Yoshinaga Honored At Santa Anita Racetrack–Former Internment Camp During WWII


    Over 350 people gathered at the Santa Anita racetrack, a former Japanese American internment camp, to remember the tragedy that took place there 72 years ago when the racetrack was an internment camp for Japanese Americans during World War II. George was honored by Arcadia Mayor Mickey Segal and Supervisor Antonovich for his efforts to […]

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  • “Pin-Ups For Vets” Raise Funds For Veterans


    Supervisor Antonovich recognized Gina Elise, founder of Pin-ups for Vets, and her volunteers for raising funds for medical equipment and program expansion at veterans hospitals across the nation. Since 2006, Pin-ups for Vets has raised funds through the sale of their annual calendar reminiscent of the 1940’s and 50’s era.  Gina and her organization have […]

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  • Pilot Program Expanded To Provide Crossing Guards For Middle Schools


    Thanks to the parents, students and staff at Rosemont Middle School and the Crescenta Valley Town Council, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved Supervisor Antonovich’s motion to  direct the Department of Public Works to provide crossing guards to middle schools in unincorporated Los Angeles County.  The previous policy had only served elementary schools. To enhance […]

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  • Dodger Stadium Express Ready For New Season


    Supervisor Antonovich and transportation officials from across the region, held a press conference to announce the fifth season of the “Dodger Stadium Express” which will provide baseball fans with convenient, no-cost public transit rides between Union Station and Dodger Stadium. The service is free to transit riders with game day tickets and will operate 90 […]

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  • Pushing To Stop Runaway Film Production


    As a result of the state’s excessive taxes and job-killing regulations which are devastating our local economy, Supervisor Antonovich initiated an aggressive effort, to halt runaway production in Los Angeles County at the Board of Supervisors, and The Metropolitan Transportation Administration (MTA). The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved his motion urging state lawmakers and the […]

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  • Public Safety Update


    The Governor’s criminal realignment policy continues to pose great safety, operational, and fiscal challenges for all 58 counties as property crimes rise statewide. Over 18,410 offenders have been sentenced to Los Angeles County jails instead of state prison and over 20,000 state parolees have been shifted to County Probation supervision since October 1, 2011.

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  • Women of The Year: Educating, Motivating, and Inspiring Women


    At the Los Angeles County Commission for Women’s annual “Woman of the Year” luncheon, Supervisor Antonovich honored 5th District residents Judy Cooperman and Joan Schmidt Clayton, two women who epitomize the theme: “Educating, Motivating, and Inspiring Women.” A longtime Antelope Valley resident, Judy Cooperberg is Supervisor Antonovich’s appointee to the Los Angeles County Mental Health […]

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  • Visiting With Students at Mesquite Elementary School In Palmdale


    As part of the Read Across America Program, Supervisor Antonovich read to the fifth grade students at Palmdale’s Mesquite Elementary School.

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  • October 2013 Newsletters


    Click the following link to view the July newsletter here

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