Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 20

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are entries from the Club and the City Twitter feeds about City Employees and Club Members at work during this trying time.

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“Today we joined @BikeMetro to launch the expansion of 12 new metro bikeshare stations in Hollywood! Now you can enjoy a bike ride through one of L.A’s most iconic neighborhoods.

— Oct. 15

LAPD/Violent Crime Task Force

“The Violent Crime Task Force has been deployed throughout LA to increase community engagement & lower crime. In LAPD Hollenbeck Division their effectiveness was immediately seen…a 56% reduction in Part 1 crimes within one area of Boyle Heights.

“LAPD Officers at work for you.”

— Sept. 29


“Thank you to all the customers who donated at our Tip a Cop event today. All the proceeds go to help our @SpecialOlympics athletes @NortheastArea
@LAPDCentralArea @LAPDHollenbeck @LAPDNewton @LAPDALopez @LabradaAl @LAPDHQ”

— Oct. 9

City Council/Mitch O’Farrell

“In celebration of what would have been former Councilmember Tom LaBonge’s 68th birthday, we tossed his beloved John Marshall High School football around the City Council horseshoe, shared our favorite Tom stories, and honored his legacy of
service to the people and LA.”

— Oct. 6

LA Civil Rights

“Last night, @LACivilRights hosted its first Faith Leaders Dinner with leaders from many of LA’s different faiths. Together, we broke bread, strengthened our bonds, and worked toward a more peaceful & inclusive LA. When we work together, there is nothing we cannot achieve.”

— Oct. 6