Update #2: Jan 16, 2018
Los Angeles City Councilman David Ryu and Council President Herb Wesson have turned the winning policy proposal into a motion before the Los Angeles City Council. The full motion can be seen at the link below and highlights the contributions made by LawMaker Challenge winner, Jamie Tijerina.
The Los Angeles Chief Legislative Analyst has been instructed to study and report on the costs and feasibility of scheduling a portion of public City Council, city commission, and city committee hearings for after traditional 9am-5pm working hours to increase access to the working public.
This policy has been referred to the Rules, Elections, and Intergovernmental Relations Committee and the Chief Legislative Analyst has been instructed to report back in 30 days (around February 16, 2018).
If Los Angeles residents would like to weigh in on this issue, they can email letters of support or opposition to the committee clerk, Richard Williams, at [email protected].
Track the status of the motion here — Council File #18-0045.
Update #1: Dec 11, 2017
Councilman Ryu has committed to announce his office’s action based on this Challenge’s conclusion by January 25, 2018. Announcements and actions will be logged here to allow Los Angeles residents to track the progress of the winning policy idea.