LOS ANGELES, CBSLA – Los Angeles City Councilor Tom LaBonge, an old popular figure, has passed away.

PHILE – Los Angeles City Councillor Tom LaBonge speaks at a press conference at Los Angeles International Airport on the 10th. June 2015. (Getty Images)

LaBonge died at the age of 67, CBSLA learned late Thursday night. Cause of death is unconfirmed.

LaBonge represented the Fourth District of Los Angeles from 2001 to 2015. The neighborhood includes Koreatown, Fairfax, Hollywood and Los Feliz.

During his tenure on the city council, he helped with the expansion of Griffith Park, oversaw the restoration and expansion of the Griffith Observatory, and helped found the Fallen Firefighters Memorial in Hollywood.

Tom LaBonge and I have been working together as colleagues and members of the neighborhood council for over ten years. The mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, tweeted a statement late Thursday night to Sunday. We have often said that there is no dividing line between us, our work and our neighborhoods as long as we have a common boundary. From the Hollywood revival to the preservation of Lake Silver, I have never had a best friend or partner. No one knew the Angeleno’s better, no one woke up our town, no one was a bigger cheerleader for our town than Tom.

My heart goes out to the family of Tom LaBonge, who tweeted LAPD Chief of Police Michelle Moore on Friday morning. He was not only an elected representative, but also an ambassador of good will, a civil servant, a historian of his City of Angels and an icon. The men and women of the LAPD really came and went. Ruhe in Frieden.

LaBonge is fast 40 years Stadtschreiber or Stadtrat. 1976 worked for the Stadträtin Peggy Stevenson from the 13th. Bezirk, 1978 in the Büro von Stadtrat John Ferraro, the head office of the celebrity Bezirks.

LaBonge also pays attention to the outward appearance of Richard Riordan, a Dutch citizen.

Am 30. June 2015, on his last day in the city, his colleagues will be selecting Tracy and St. Gallen. George Street in front of John Marshall High School in Los Feliz as Tom LaBonge Square for his contributions to his Alma Mater.

LaBonge halfway at the mugs, to quietly preserve the main building of the school in Gothic style, which had been presented as an abris after the Second World War of Sylmar 1971.

Später worked with the Los Angeles Unified School District Board and Los Angeles County to finance and build the Mike Haynes School Stadium and the Hugh Boyd Field, which will be used for football games and educational events.

Der Stadtrat von Los Angeles, Paul Koretz, nannte LaBonge ein eens een Vorbild für de Betreuung von Wählern.

LaBonge was also a major contributor to the preparation of the next largest areas of land, long before the seismic work on strengthening the city’s buildings and infrastructure began.

In view of the fact that LaBonge was excluded from the city council on the basis of the city’s legal restrictions, the LaBonge Consulting Group, which describes its LinkedIn site as an extension of my ability to create links and connect people to the common goals of strengthening the cultural connections of this large city.

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