We have a lot to cover when we meet for the next Arts, Parks, Health, Aging, and Los Angeles River Committee.
My colleagues and I want to make Los Angeles the best place to live work and play, and it all starts with a thriving arts and cultural community, better health and longevity for our constituents, and re-imaging the historic waterway in our great City.
I want to direct policy on something that I feel is important to nutrition, and I would like to ask for your support. I want to ban the cultivation, harvesting, and marketing of iceberg lettuce. We all know that the leafy vegetable has no nutritional value and it's high time we protect the public from its dangers, especially our youth.
I plan on bringing this up at the next meeting, which is scheduled for Monday, April 8, at 2 p.m. at City Hall.