Tag: funding

West Hollywood To Provide ‘Small Business Grant’

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Tuesday, February 9, the city of West Hollywood announced that they will be launching their Small Business Grant Program, aimed at assisting...

UCLA Awarded $25 Million To Advance HIV Research

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WESTWOOD—On Monday, November 30, UCLA announced that the National Institutes of Health awarded the UCLA branch of the International Maternal Pediatric Adolescent AIDS Clinical...

Malibu Requests Additional Emergency Funding From Congress

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MALIBU — The city of Malibu sent a letter to Congressional leaders asking for additional funding in the next COVID-19 stimulus bill for local...

George Soros Accused of Funding Black Lives Matter

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AMERICA—The brutal murder of George Floyd on May 25, sparked a worldwide movement standing behind Black Lives Matter (BLM). Though peaceful protests have been...

Small Businesses Not Getting Money Needed

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UNITED STATES─I’ve wanted to talk about this for some time now America because it raises the biggest question of all: why are so many...

City Council Approves Funds For Local Library

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MALIBU—The Malibu City Council approved the use of the 2019 Malibu Services Set Aside Funds to preserve and expand its existing and new services...

Santa Monica Joins In Fighting Executive Order

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica indicated in a press release on Wednesday, March 22, that Santa Monica joined 33 cities and counties across the country...

$2 Million Secured To Improve Traffic Congestion On Sunset Boulevard

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BRENTWOOD—Los Angeles City Councilmember Mike Bonin has secured $2 million in federal funding for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) to improve traffic...

City General Fund Grant Program Application Open

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MALIBU—The city of Malibu’s General Fund Grant Program which assists with providing funding to non-profit organizations located in Malibu that help residents of the...

UC Refuses To Expand 2015 Enrollment

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CALIFORNIA—The University of California has announced that enrollment will not be expanded to in-state applicants and will place a firm limit on the enrollment...
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