Los Angeles— City Attorney Mike Feuer will hold a community forum for the Los Angeles Thai Community on Monday, October 26, 2015. “Connecting with our neighborhoods to improve public safety is one of my top priorities,” said Feuer. “I encourage all residents to come out to the forum, share concerns and discuss with us how we can work together to keep our neighborhoods safe.”

The City Attorney will be joined by Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, Captain Peter Zarcone of the LAPD Hollywood Division and other members of the City Attorney’s Office.

Feuer will share his priorities for the Office and discuss a number of initiatives, actions and programs he has taken to improve the quality of life of our neighborhoods.

The forum will start at 6:00 p.m. at the Hollyview Senior Housing – Community Room (5411 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA). The event is co-sponsored by the Thai Community Development Center, Thai Town Rotary Club, Thai Association of Southern California and Thai American Bar Association. Thai simultaneous interpretation provided. City Attorney’s Office Crime prevention tip sheets in Thai available.

“The Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC) is so thrilled to be co-sponsoring the upcoming Thai Community Forum with Los Angeles’ City Attorney Mike Feuer. What a wonderful opportunity it would be for our community to learn about the resources available to them in the City and to ask him questions directly about what his office could do to help improve the quality of life for themselves and their families.” – Chanchanit Martorell, Executive Director

“The Thai American Bar Association (TABA) is excited to partner with the L.A. City Attorney’s office and the other Thai and Thai American community organizations for this Forum, and we look forward to the opportunity to hear directly from the Thai and Thai American community here in the Los Angeles area about topics and issues where TABA can be a resource to help bridge the gap to the legal community.” – Christopher T. Sukhaphadhana, President

“City Attorney Mike Feuer is reaching out to all ethnic Thais in LA and is willing to extend help to those who live in fear to come out and meet him in the Town Hall meeting to enlighten every Thai on fear of their status, crimes and other problems that exist in the community.” – Sam Prompichai, Thai Town Rotary Club President

” Thai Association of Southern California invite Thai community who live in Los Angeles area and concerned about the current public safety issues of your local neighborhood to attend the Thai Community Forum and meet with Los Angeles City Attorney: Mike Feuer who reaching out to us to improve the quality of life for our community.”- Surasit Hakritsuk, Thai Association of Southern California President

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