About: Los Angeles Supervisor Don Knabe
- Supervisor Don Knabe was first elected to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors in November of 1996 and re-elected in 2000, 2004, and 2008. He represents the Fourth District, which is a uniquely diverse area that is home to over two million residents and includes two of the nation’s largest economic hubs; the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and Los Angeles International Airport. The Fourth District is also geographically diverse, stretching from Marina del Rey to the Palos Verdes Peninsula to Long Beach all the way east to Diamond Bar and dozens of cities in between.
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Articles Written by Los Angeles Supervisor Don Knabe:
Last week, the Metro Board of Directors was informed by Kinkisharyo International, who was contracted to build new Metro rail cars, that the company was withdrawing plans to construct a manufacturing plant in Los Angeles County.
4th District Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe This weekend, I was in Fort Worth, Texas for the National Association of Counties’ (NACo) 78th annual conference. I participated in a panel discussion with the Executive Vice President of UnitedHealth Group and Chief Healthcare Officer of United Health Group Alliances Dr.
Supervisor Don Knabe Dear Fourth District Residents, This week, the Board of Supervisors began its review of the Plan A2 Redistricting Map, which was approved by the Boundary Review Committee. Let me start by saying: Wow!
Supervisor Don Knabe Dear Fourth District Residents, Next Tuesday, County redistricting comes before the Board of Supervisors for our review. I know that many of you have been very active throughout this process, attending the Boundary Review Committee meetings and sending in over 1,000 letters, which had a tremendous impact.
The County is thoroughly reviewing the Governor’s proposed budget to identify how it will impact Los Angeles County services and our own budget. While I absolutely believe that services are provided best when they are closest to the people receiving them, it is imperative that with the power over these programs comes the purse to pay for them.
Los Angeles State of the County This week I had the pleasure of joining officials from Metro on a trip to Washington, DC to meet with members of Congress, the Senate, FTA, USDOT, and other transportation authorities to help advocate for new Metro projects in the Los Angeles County region.