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Los Angeles City Council

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Los Angeles City Council
Seal of Los Angeles.svg
Type
Type
Leadership
President
Nury Martinez
since January 5, 2020
President pro tempore
Joe Buscaino
since January 5, 2020
Assistant President
pro tempore
Vacant
since December 14, 2020
Structure
Seats15
LA City Council 2017.svg
Elections
Two-round system
Last election
March 7, 2017
Meeting place
Los Angeles City Hall (color) edit1.jpg
Los Angeles City Hall
1 John Ferraro Council Chamber, Room 340
Los Angeles, CA 90012-3224
Website
Los Angeles City Council Website

The Los Angeles City Council is the legislative body of the City of Los Angeles.

The council is composed of 15 members elected from single-member districts for four-year terms.[1] The president of the council and the president pro tempore are chosen by the council at the first regular meeting of the term (after June 30 in odd-numbered years until 2017 and the second Monday of December in even-numbered years beginning in 2020). An assistant president pro tempore is appointed by the President. As of 2015, council members receive an annual salary of $184,610 per year, which is among the highest city council salary in the nation. [2]

Regular council meetings are held in the City Hall on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10 am except on holidays or if decided by special resolution.[3]

Current members

Current Council Districts (does not reflect current members)
Current Council Districts (does not reflect current members)

Officers:

District Map Name Neighborhoods and areas represented Party (officially nonpartisan)
1
Los Angeles City Council District 1.svg
Gil Cedillo Glassell Park, Cypress Park, Highland Park, Mt. Washington, Sycamore Grove, Solano Canyon, Elysian Park, Echo Park, Westlake, Angelino Heights, Temple Beaudry, Chinatown, Forgotten Edge, Lincoln Heights, Montecito Heights, Pico Union, Adams-Normandie, University Park, Victory Heights, Koreatown, Mid Cities, Mac Arthur Park Democratic
2
Los Angeles City Council District 2.svg
Paul Krekorian North Hollywood, Studio City, Sun Valley, Valley Glen, Valley Village, and Van Nuys Democratic
3
Los Angeles City Council District 3.svg
Bob Blumenfield Canoga Park, Reseda, Tarzana, Winnetka, and Woodland Hills Democratic
4
Los Angeles City Council District 4.svg
Nithya Raman Hancock Park, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Larchmont Village, Los Feliz, Miracle Mile, Sherman Oaks, Silverlake, Toluca Lake, Windsor Square and portions of Koreatown, Van Nuys Democratic
5
Los Angeles City Council District 5.svg
Paul Koretz Bel Air, Beverly Crest, Beverlywood, California Country Club, Carthay Circle, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Comstock Hills, Encino, Fairfax, Hollywood, Melrose, Oak Forest Canyon, Palms, Pico-Robertson, Roscomare, Westside Village, Westwood, Westwood Gardens Democratic
6
Los Angeles City Council District 6.svg
Nury Martinez Van Nuys, Arleta, Lake Balboa, Sun Valley, Panorama City, North Hills East, North Hollywood Democratic
7
Los Angeles City Council District 7.svg
Monica Rodriguez Pacoima, Lake View Terrace, Sunland-Tujunga, Mission Hills, North Hills, Shadow Hills, Sylmar Democratic
8
Los Angeles City Council District 8.svg
Marqueece Harris-Dawson Baldwin Hills, Chesterfield Square, Crenshaw, Leimert Park, Jefferson Park, West Adams, and other communities of western South Los Angeles Democratic
9
Los Angeles City Council District 9.svg
Curren Price Western section of Downtown Los Angeles and South Los Angeles Democratic
10
Los Angeles City Council District 10.svg
Mark Ridley-Thomas Arlington Heights, Koreatown, Mid-City, Olympic Park, Palms, South Robertson, West Adams, West Pico, Wilshire Center Democratic
11
Los Angeles City Council District 11.svg
Mike Bonin Brentwood, Del Rey, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Pacific Palisades, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Venice, West Los Angeles, Westchester Democratic
12
Los Angeles City Council District 12.svg
John Lee Chatsworth, Granada Hills, North Hills, Northridge, Porter Ranch, Reseda, West Hills Independent
13
Los Angeles City Council District 13.svg
Mitch O'Farrell Silver Lake, Echo Park, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, Atwater Village, Hollywood, East Hollywood, Koreatown, Rampart Village, Historic Filipinotown Democratic
14
Los Angeles City Council District 14.svg
Kevin de León Downtown, Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock, El Sereno, Garvanza, Glassell Park, Lincoln Heights, Monterey Hills Democratic
15
Los Angeles City Council District 15.svg
Joe Buscaino San Pedro, Wilmington, Harbor City, Harbor Gateway, Watts Democratic

Past councils

1850–1889 (Common Council)

Los Angeles was governed by a seven-member Common Council under general state law from 1850 to 1889, when a city charter was put into effect.

1889–1909 (nine wards)

Under the first charter of the city, granted by the Legislature in 1889, the city was divided into nine wards, with a councilman elected from each one by plurality vote. The first election under that system was held on February 21, 1889, and the last on December 4, 1906.

Two-year terms for the City Council began and ended in December, except for the first term, which started in February 1889 and ended in December 1890. The term of office was lengthened to three years effective with the municipal election of December 4, 1906, which was the last year this ward system was in use.

1909–1925 (at large)

Between 1909 and 1925, the council was composed of nine members elected at large in a first-past-the-post voting system. Council membership in those years was as follows:

1909–1911

City population in 1910: 319,200

Election: December 7, 1909 / Term: December 10, 1909, to December 13, 1911

  • Josiah J. Andrews
  • Martin F. Betkouski
  • Miles S. Gregory
  • Robert Martin Lusk, president from 3/22/1910
  • Thomas L. O'Brien
  • Richmond Plant (resigned 2/13/1910)
    • George Hadley Stewart (special election 6/30/1910)
  • William Johnson Washburn
  • George Williams
  • John Downey Works, president (resigned 3/22/1910)
    • Frederick J. Whiffen (special election 6/30/1910)

1911–1913

Election: December 5, 1911 / Term: December 13, 1911, to July 1, 1913

  • George Williams, president
  • Josiah J. Andrews
  • Martin F. Betkouski
  • Frederick C. Langdon
  • Robert Martin Lusk (died 2/21/1913)
    • Wesley J. Bryant (appointed 3/11/1913)
  • Charles McKenzie
  • Haines W. Reed
  • John Topham
  • Frederick J. Whiffen

1913–1915

Election: June 3, 1913 / Term: July 1913 to July 1915

  • Frederick J. Whiffen, president
  • Martin F. Betkouski
  • Wesley J. Bryant
  • James Simpson Conwell
  • Frederick C. Langdon
  • Charles McKenzie (died 3/30/1914)
    • William A. Roberts (appointed 4/4/1914)
  • Haines W. Reed (resigned 2/6/1914)
    • George Williams (appointed 2/6/1914)
  • John William Snowden
  • Frederick C. Wheeler

1915–1917

Election: June 1, 1915 / Term: July 1915 to July 1917

  • Martin F. Betkouski, president
  • Robert T. Brain
  • James Simpson Conwell
  • Frederick C. Langdon
  • Estelle Lawton Lindsey
  • William A. Roberts
  • John Topham (removed 4/18/1917)
    • Michael Thomas Collins (appointed 4/18/1917)
  • Frederick C. Wheeler
  • Foster C. Wright

1917–1919

Election: June 5, 1917 / Term: July 1917 to July 1919

  • Frank Lincoln Cleaveland
  • Othello Parker Conaway
  • Albert B. Conrad
  • James Simpson Conwell, president (died 12/15/1917)
    • Frank Harwood True (appointed 1/3/1918)
  • Ralph Luther Criswell
  • Bert L. Farmer, president from 1/3/1918
  • Walter Mallard
  • Neal P. Olson
  • John Benjamin Reeves

1919–1921

City population in 1920: 576,700

Election: June 3, 1919 / Term: July 7, 1919, to July 5, 1921

  • Othello Parker Conaway
  • Ralph Luther Criswell
  • Bert L. Farmer
  • Alexander Patterson Fleming (died 12/15/1920)
    • Edward J. Delorey
  • Frederick C. Langdon
  • Walter Mallard
  • Winfred J. Sanborn
  • Frederick C. Wheeler
  • Boyle Workman, president

1921–1923

Election: June 7, 1921 / Term: July 1921 to July 1923

1923–1925

Election: June 5, 1923 / Term: July 1923 to July 1925

1925 and after (15 districts)

Regular terms begin on July 1 of odd-numbered years until 2017 and on the second Monday in December of even-numbered years starting with 2020.

Year District
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
1925 Charles Randall Robert M. Allan Isaac F. Hughes Boyle Workman Robert Stewart Sparks Edward E. Moore Ralph Luther Criswell Frank L. Shaw Winfred J. Sanborn Charles Downs/Otto J. Zahn Peirson M. Hall A. J. Barnes Joseph Fitzpatrick/Carl Jacobson Isaac Colton Ash Charles J. Colden
1926 Otto J. Zahn Carl Jacobson
1927 Arthur Alber Ernest L. Webster William M. Hughes Virgil A. Martin Lester R. Rice-Wray Howard W. Davis E. Snapper Ingram Douglas Eads Foster William George Bonelli
1928 James G. McAllister Evan Lewis
1929 Thomas F. Cooke Robert L. Burns J. C. Barthel Thomas W. Williams Charles A. Holland A. E. Henning
1930
1931 James M. Hyde James S. McKnight Roy Donley George W. C. Baker Clarence E. Coe Thomas Francis Ford Edward L. Thrasher
1932
1933 Jim Wilson Stephen W. Cunningham Byron B. Brainard Earl C. Gay Charles Winchester Breedlove James T. Carroll/John Baumgartner Darwin William Tate Franklin P. Buyer
1934 Robert S. MacAlister John Baumgartner
1935 Will H. Kindig Parley Parker Christensen G. Vernon Bennett
1936
1937 Howard W. Davis Howard E. Dorsey
Winfred J. Sanborn
1938
1939 Norris J. Nelson Arthur E. Briggs Carl C. Rasmussen Parley Parker Christensen Harold Harby Roy Hampton Wilder W. Hartley
1940
1941 Delamere Francis McCloskey J. Win Austin Ira J. McDonald Charles A. Allen
1942 Dave Stannard
1943 Lloyd G. Davies Harold Harby Ned R. Healy John C. Holland George H. Moore
1944
1945 Leland S. Warburton Harold A. Henry George P. Cronk L. E. Timberlake Ed. J. Davenport Meade McClanahan
1946 John R. Roden
1947 Don A. Allen Kenneth Hahn Ernest E. Debs
1948
1949 Edward R. Roybal
1950
1951 Earle D. Baker Charles Navarro John S. Gibson, Jr.
1952
1953 Everett G. Burkhalter Robert M. Wilkinson Rosalind Wiener Wyman Gordon Hahn Harriett Davenport
1954
1955 Ransom M. Callicott
1956
1957 Patrick D. McGee James C. Corman Karl L. Rundberg
1958
1959 C. Lemoine Blanchard James Harvey Brown
1960
1961 Thomas D. Shepard Ernani Bernardi Joe E. Hollingsworth
1962 John P. Cassidy
1963 Louis R. Nowell James B. Potter, Jr. Billy G. Mills Gilbert W. Lindsay Thomas Bradley
1964
1965 Edmund D. Edelman Marvin Braude Paul H. Lamport
1966 John Ferraro
1967 Robert M. Wilkinson Arthur K. Snyder
1968
1969 Don Lorenzen Pat Russell Robert Stevenson
1970
1971 Joel Wachs
1972
1973 David S. Cunningham, Jr.
1974 Robert C. Farrell
1975 Zev Yaroslavsky Peggy Stevenson
1976
1977 Bob Ronka Joy Picus
1978
1979 Hal Bernson
1980
1981 Howard Finn Joan Milke Flores
1982
1983
1984
1985 Michael Woo Richard Alatorre
1986
1987 Gloria Molina Ruth Galanter Nate Holden
1988
1989
1990
1991
1992 Mike Hernandez Mark Ridley-Thomas Rita Walters
1993 Laura Chick
1994 Richard Alarcón Jackie Goldberg Rudy Svorinich
1995 Michael Feuer
1996
1997 Cindy Miscikowski
1998
1999 Alex Padilla Nick Pacheco
2000
2001 Ed Reyes Dennis Zine Tom LaBonge Jack Weiss Jan Perry Eric Garcetti Janice Hahn
2002 Wendy Greuel
2003 Tony Cardenas Bernard Parks Martin Ludlow Greig Smith Antonio Villaraigosa
2004
2005 Herb Wesson Bill Rosendahl José Huizar
2006
2007 Richard Alarcón
2008
2009 Paul Koretz
2010 Paul Krekorian
2011 Mitchell Englander
2012 Joe Buscaino
2013 Gil Cedillo Bob Blumenfield Nury Martinez Felipe Fuentes Curren Price Mike Bonin Mitch O'Farrell
2014
2015 David Ryu Marqueece Harris-Dawson
2016
2017
Monica Rodriguez
2018
2019
Greig Smith
John Lee
2021 Nithya Raman Mark Ridley-Thomas Kevin de León
Year 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
District

See also

References

  1. ^ "Directory". LA City Council. Archived from the original on 15 July 2014. Retrieved 14 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Los Angeles City Council salaries come under attack in council races". dailynews.com.
  3. ^ "Los Angeles City Council". LACity.org. 2009-01-01. Archived from the original on 2010-04-11. Retrieved 2010-04-13.
  • Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials: 1850—1938, Compiled under Direction of Municipal Reference Library City Hall, Los Angeles March 1938 (Reprinted 1966)

External links

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