Judy Chu, David Hadley, and Maxine Waters Voice Their Support to SaveKeiro! The Town Hall Meeting was graced with the presentations by 3 politicians who voiced their support to get the Attorney General to put the brakes on the sale of the Keiro facilities and to schedule a public forum to allow the community to voice their concerns and opinions… Read more »
On December 21, 2015, the following correspondence was sent from the Ad Hoc Committee (AHC) to the Attorney General for failing to deliver answers to questions raised during the November 24, 2015 meeting. The AHC gave the AG Office ample time to respond, yet nearly a month later had yet to hear from the AG. In response, the Tania Ibanez… Read more »
On December 14, the Ad Hoc Committee (AHC) replied to the material provided by the Attorney General in a letter (12/04/15) which was supposedly material that Keiro provided which was used to approve of the sale. The AHC questioned the content of the material provided by Keiro and again asked that the Attorney General investigate what was provided by to… Read more »
The following letter was sent to Tania Ibanez and her staff in response to the statement they made to the Ad Hoc Committee and Congresswoman Waters that State law prevented the AG from reversing a prior decision claim. There seemed to be certain circumstances when this condition could be reopened for discussion. Share It!
The following PDF is a letter from Tania M. Ibanez, Senior Assistant Attorney General, as a follow-up to the meeting the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro Executive Committee had with the Attorney General’s office. The letter was dated December 4, 2015. Share It!
On December 4, 2015, the Attorney General’s office provided additional documentation that they did not provide in their “complete case file” package of documentation regarding the sale of the Keiro facilities. Yet close examination of the details of the email correspondence between the various parties tends to raise more questions than answers regarding this sale. Share It!
Attorney General Sends Staff from San Francisco and Sacramento to Meet with the Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro LOS ANGELES: November 24, 2015 – Two days before Thanksgiving, the Office of the California Attorney General (“AG”) committed three staff members to fly down from their San Francisco and Sacramento offices to hear representatives from the Ad Hoc Committee to… Read more »
“Testimonies” is a video of Keiro residents, a prospective resident, and the only remaining Founder of Eight, who voice their situations, worries and concerns regarding the pending sale of all 4 Keiro facilities. Since the buyer Pacifica, a for-profit real estate development company, is bound for only 5 years to maintain the retirement & nursing homes, there is much consternation… Read more »
Full Edition: The Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro Unites Japanese and Japanese American Communities at Save Keiro Town Hall Meeting LITTLE TOKYO, LOS ANGELES: November 23, 2015 – The Ad Hoc Committee to Save Keiro published press releases in community news publications, hosted regional meetings, and distributed flyers in both English and Japanese via email and at community centers,… Read more »
Photo gallery of the Town Hall Meeting which was held on Monday, November 23, 2016. The meeting was held at the Aratani Theater in Little Tokyo, and was attended by more than 500 members of the community. Also in attendence were a number of political figures, including Judy Chu, Maxine Waters, David Hadley, and Jan Perry, who are behind the… Read more »