Joe Buscaino's Friends

  • Heather Caine
  • Marlene Bauman
  • Croatian school
  • leslie Jones
  • Roxanne Arian
  • Lee Dworshak
  • Doane Liu
  • Teresa Gioiello Pisano
  • Michael Koth
  • Maya Bristow
  • John Stinson
  • Winnie (Budrovic) Peric
  • Beate Kirmse
  • Carla Negri
  • Port of Los Angeles

Gifts Received

Gift

Joe Buscaino has not received any gifts yet

Give a Gift

 

Joe Buscaino's Page

Latest Activity

Joe Buscaino commented on Jana Oto's blog post Seriously? Ports O' Call has got to go
"Dear Jana Oto and residents of San Pedro. Earlier this year, the Port of Los Angeles named a master developer to turn the aging Ports O' Call Village into a new, vibrant regional destination. The LA Waterfront Alliance has already done a lot of…"
Aug 29, 2013
John Stinson and Joe Buscaino are now friends
May 20, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

Breakfast with Eric Garcetti and Joe Buscaino

A day before the election, on May 20, I would like to invite everyone to meet Eric Garcetti, my choice for Mayor of Los Angeles, at a breakfast at Pacific Diner in San Pedro at 6:30AM.See More
May 18, 2013
Joe Buscaino posted a blog post

Breakfast with Eric Garcetti and Joe Buscaino

A day before the election, on May 20, I would like to invite everyone to meet Eric Garcetti, my choice for Mayor of Los Angeles, at a breakfast at Pacific Diner in San Pedro at 6:30AM.See More
May 18, 2013
Valerie Smith-Griffin commented on Joe Buscaino's blog post New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont
"Extremely ill conceived plan. Unfortunately, San Pedro has others that have failed - this one needs to go to the graveyard with them. LOUSY planning and I can only imagine when more housing goes in on Western at Ponte (you fill in the blank) "
May 4, 2013
Lee Dworshak commented on Joe Buscaino's blog post New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont
"All the whys and wherefores are great Joe, but this plan was ill conceived and a surprise to most of us who live in the area.  To take two major well-functioning routes that connect Gaffey to Western and reduce them from two lanes…"
Apr 28, 2013
John Stammreich commented on Joe Buscaino's blog post New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont
"All of the above sounds nice, but unless the neighborhood council literally went door-to-door with fliers about the 2010 Bicycle Plan implementation, the proper inputs by the affected surrounding communities was not effectively collected. As…"
Apr 26, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont

The new bike lanes in San Pedro on Capitol and Westmont are part of the City of LA 2010 Bicylcle Plan, which was approved by the City Council in March 2011. (Read the Plan here: http://planning.lacity.org/cwd/gnlpln/transelt/NewBikePlan/Txt/LA%20CITY%20BICYCLE%20PLAN.pdf)Public participation in the development of the 2010 Plan initiated with four public workshops from February to March in…See More
Apr 26, 2013
Joe Buscaino posted a blog post

New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont

The new bike lanes in San Pedro on Capitol and Westmont are part of the City of LA 2010 Bicylcle Plan, which was approved by the City Council in March 2011. (Read the Plan here: http://planning.lacity.org/cwd/gnlpln/transelt/NewBikePlan/Txt/LA%20CITY%20BICYCLE%20PLAN.pdf)Public participation in the development of the 2010 Plan initiated with four public workshops from February to March in…See More
Apr 24, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

Why I’m Supporting Eric Garcetti for Mayor of L.A.

A little over a year ago, the voters of San Pedro, Wilmington, Harbor City, Harbor Gateway and Watts took a chance by electing a political newcomer - their neighborhood cop - to represent them on the Los Angeles City Council.I came to City Hall as an outsider with no experience in politics; just a passion for my hometown, and a desire to make the communities I represent a better place for residents and businesses alike. As a Senior Lead Officer in the LAPD, I saw firsthand how little things,…See More
Apr 9, 2013
Joe Buscaino posted a blog post

Why I’m Supporting Eric Garcetti for Mayor of L.A.

A little over a year ago, the voters of San Pedro, Wilmington, Harbor City, Harbor Gateway and Watts took a chance by electing a political newcomer - their neighborhood cop - to represent them on the Los Angeles City Council.I came to City Hall as an outsider with no experience in politics; just a passion for my hometown, and a desire to make the communities I represent a better place for residents and businesses alike. As a Senior Lead Officer in the LAPD, I saw firsthand how little things,…See More
Apr 9, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

Peck Park Skatepark Goundbreaking Ceremony Feb. 23, 2013

The Peck Park Skatepark groundbreaking ceremony and party was a great event. Thank you to everyone responsible for getting us to construction phase including the Los Angeles Department of Rec. and Parks, the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council, Andy Harris and the San Pedro Skatepark Association an the Tony Hawk Foundation.See More
Feb 25, 2013
Joe Buscaino posted a blog post

Peck Park Skatepark Goundbreaking Ceremony Feb. 23, 2013

The Peck Park Skatepark groundbreaking ceremony and party was a great event. Thank you to everyone responsible for getting us to construction phase including the Los Angeles Department of Rec. and Parks, the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council, Andy Harris and the San Pedro Skatepark Association an the Tony Hawk Foundation.See More
Feb 25, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

Report on Petroleum Tanks Including Rancho LPG in the Harbor Area

Several months ago my office coordinated a special meeting of the Public Safety Committee to discuss the safety of the Rancho LPG facility and similar petroleum storage and refinery facilities in my district.  I wanted to address community concerns about the perceived level of danger about having so many petroleum facilities in close proximity to our homes, neighbors, and families.  At the end of the meeting, we asked the Chief Legislative Analyst - the CLA - to issue a report on what…See More
Feb 22, 2013
Joe Buscaino posted a blog post

Report on Petroleum Tanks Including Rancho LPG in the Harbor Area

Several months ago my office coordinated a special meeting of the Public Safety Committee to discuss the safety of the Rancho LPG facility and similar petroleum storage and refinery facilities in my district.  I wanted to address community concerns about the perceived level of danger about having so many petroleum facilities in close proximity to our homes, neighbors, and families.  At the end of the meeting, we asked the Chief Legislative Analyst - the CLA - to issue a report on what…See More
Feb 22, 2013
Joe Buscaino's blog post was featured

Celebrating my FIRST anniversary as your Councilman!

It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year since I stood with my family, raised my right hand, and took the oath of office, being sworn in as the new councilman for the 15th District. It has been challenging, rewarding, exhausting, frustrating, and incredibly fun all at the same time. Just like a roller coaster, there have been ups and downs, but there is no question, this has been the ride of my life. Not a day goes by where I do not reflect on how humbled and grateful I am by the trust and…See More
Feb 15, 2013

Profile Information

I'm a San Pedro
Native
Who referred you to the SanPedroNewsPilot.com?
Everybody
My place to eat in San Pedro
Truselas, Puesta del Sol, Sandwitch Saloon
My place to grab a drink in San Pedro
With friends
My place to shop in San Pedro
Downtown
A little about me
I attended Leland Street Elementary, Dana Middle School, and San Pedro High School. I excelled academically and athletically, while participating in the arts and serving as Senior Class President. After graduating, I attended Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington, transferred to UCLA, and graduated with honors from California State – Dominguez Hills with a Bachelors Degree in Communications. I was hired by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in 1996.

All of my life I have worked hard for our community. During college I coordinated the youth sports programming, oversaw the adult co-ed sports leagues, and served as the day, summer, and winter camp director at the Bogdanovich Park Recreation Center. In 1997, I completed my training at the Los Angeles Police Academy and have since worked patrol and administrative assignments including the Office of Chief of Police, West Traffic Division, and Emergency Operations Division. I am currently on leave from the Harbor Area as a Senior Lead Officer while I run for City Council representing the 15th District. I am on the front lines, keeping our neighborhoods safe.

As an active member of our community, I currently serve on the Board of Directors of the Boys and Girls Club of Los Angeles Harbor, on the San Pedro YWCA’s Racial Justice Committee, and am active with Mary Star of the Sea Parish and various Italian American organizations. I have been appointed to the advisory council for the Los Angeles Watts Summer Games.

At work serving our community, I have created the Department’s first Teen Community Police Advisory Board, an organization that works with teens to problem solve and break the barriers between police and teenagers. My concept of bringing youths’ perspectives to problem solving with the police department will be implemented Citywide in the summer of 2011.

Recognizing the link between crime and economic development, I have been active in establishing and promoting a website for job seekers in the greater Port of Los Angeles area an also serve on the Green Advisory Committee of the California Conservation Corps where I advocate for the creation of green jobs and maritime high technology jobs in the Harbor Area.

My wife Geralyn, an educator in the district and I, are raising their two children, and iyr dog, Rocco, in San Pedro.
My San Pedro hangout
all of the wonderful cultural events that happen in San Pedro
My San Pedro secret
Still a secret!
MSHS or SPHS
SPHS '92

Joe Buscaino's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Joe Buscaino's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Joe Buscaino's Blog

Breakfast with Eric Garcetti and Joe Buscaino

Posted on May 18, 2013 at 7:39pm 0 Comments

A day before the election, on May 20, I would like to invite everyone to meet Eric Garcetti, my choice for Mayor of Los Angeles, at a breakfast at Pacific Diner in San Pedro at 6:30AM.…

Continue

New Bike Lanes on Capitol and Westmont

Posted on April 24, 2013 at 12:46pm 3 Comments

The new bike lanes in San Pedro on Capitol and Westmont are part of the City of LA 2010 Bicylcle Plan, which was approved by the City Council in March 2011.

 

(Read the Plan here: http://planning.lacity.org/cwd/gnlpln/transelt/NewBikePlan/Txt/LA%20CITY%20BICYCLE%20PLAN.pdf)

Public participation in the development of the 2010 Plan initiated with four public…

Continue

Why I’m Supporting Eric Garcetti for Mayor of L.A.

Posted on April 9, 2013 at 2:00pm 0 Comments

A little over a year ago, the voters of San Pedro, Wilmington, Harbor City, Harbor Gateway and Watts took a chance by electing a political newcomer - their neighborhood cop - to represent them on the Los Angeles City Council.

I came to City Hall as an outsider with no experience in politics; just a passion for my hometown, and a desire to make the communities I represent a better…

Continue

Peck Park Skatepark Goundbreaking Ceremony Feb. 23, 2013

Posted on February 25, 2013 at 1:45pm 0 Comments

The Peck Park Skatepark groundbreaking ceremony and party was a great event. Thank you to everyone responsible for getting us to construction phase including the Los Angeles Department of Rec. and Parks, the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council, Andy Harris and the San Pedro Skatepark Association an the Tony Hawk…

Continue

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of San Pedro News Pilot to add comments!

Join San Pedro News Pilot

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

Call (323) 200-9052 to learn more or click here to send an email.

San Pedro Weather

San Pedro News Pilot by email - sign up!

Delivered by FeedBurner

What is the SanPedroNewsPilot.com?

The SanPedroNewsPilot.com is the social network and information outlet for San Pedro.

Want to keep up with the news in San Pedro, become a member.


 

Membership has its privileges!

• Got news you think everyone should know? Blog it.
• Have a show or attending a benefit? Put it on the calendar.
• Got video of the big game? Embed it.
• Photos of the new storefront or the school play? Upload them.

Latest Activity


Sports Editor
Jamaal Kellen Street promoted Jamaal Kellen Street's blog post No Miracle Needed: SPHS Girls Volleyball Sweeps Banning
8 hours ago

Sports Editor
Jamaal Kellen Street posted a blog post

No Miracle Needed: SPHS Girls Volleyball Sweeps Banning

Nearly a year ago, the San Pedro High girls volleyball team came up on a desperate, yet remarkable comeback from a 14-8 deficit in a winner-take-all fifth set against Harbor Area neighbor Banning of Wilmington to win an incredible match so memorable, that moment was dubbed 'The Miracle On 17th Street'.There were no miracles needed…See More
8 hours ago
Betsy McBride-Simms posted a blog post

Obituary for Michael A. Simms

Michael A Simms, 77, a long-time resident of San Pedro,  peacefully passed away at his home in Grays River, WA, August 8th, while surrounded by family and friends.Born March 29, 1937 in Los Angeles to Lee and Margaret Lawrence-Simms, Michael grew up on the lots of MGM and Columbia Studios where he performed bit parts with Spencer Tracy in the Academy-Award winning movie "Edison, the Man".  He also appeared in the popular "Blondie" series with his brother, child actor Larry Simms.Mike loved the…See More
17 hours ago
Heather Caine's 4 events were featured
17 hours ago
PortTechLA's event was featured
Thumbnail

PortTechEXPO 2014 at Crafted at the Port of Los Angeles

September 17, 2014 from 8am to 3pm
WHAT: The 5th annual PortTechEXPO connects entrepreneurs, industry and community to explore global technology solutions for ports and beyond. The EXPO features demonstrations, interactive displays and the latest advancements in environment, energy, transportation and safety/security solutions.WHO: PortTech Los Angeles hosts the EXPO to bring together innovators and entrepreneurs; port and transportation executives; investors, sponsors and service providers; government and regulatory agency…See More
17 hours ago
Marlene Bauman's blog post was featured

New Art Studio in San Pedro

A new working studio has opened in San Pedro, on Harbor Bl across from the fountains by the cruise ship terminals. Gayle Fleury and Regina Fernandez have taken their artistic passions and jumped hands first into creating a place for their dreams.Most recently they have held classes for adults and kids, featuring ceramics,…See More
17 hours ago

Sports Editor
Jamaal Kellen Street's blog post was featured

SPHS Football Puts Away Locke Early, Cruises To Victory

It wasn't even an issue.San Pedro High football struggled in the first quarter against Morro Bay, but it was an entirely different story against Locke of Los Angeles this time around, as the Pirates rolled to a 50-8 victory over the Saints at Pirate Stadium. San Pedro was able to rest their regulars midway through the…See More
17 hours ago
Betsy McBride-Simms is now a member of San Pedro News Pilot
17 hours ago

© 2014   Created by San Pedro News Pilot.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service