LOS ANGELES COUNTY – After announcing a $12 billion package to tackle the homelessness crisis – the largest investment of its kind in California history – Governor Gavin Newsom will travel to Los Angeles County this afternoon to unveil a new initiative in partnership with local governments to clean California’s streets and revitalize neighborhoods with public arts and cultural projects.
The Governor yesterday unveiled the first challenge his plan will tackle, immediate relief for Californians recovering from the pandemic, which includes the largest state tax rebate in American history and expanded rent relief and utility assistance. The Governor has also announced a $5.1 billion package supporting the state’s drought response and water infrastructure, improving the state’s resilience to climate change impacts.
WHEN: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at approx. 2:30 p.m. PDT
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