Councilmembers representing three major South Bay cities have been given their Mayors’ authorization to sign memorandums of understanding with Los Angeles Air Force Base leadership in an effort to increase the supply of affordable housing for military personnel assigned here.

South Bay city councilmembers sign memorandums for more affordable housing near Los Angeles AFB

Councilmembers representing three major South Bay cities have been given their Mayors’ authorization to sign memorandums of understanding with Los Angeles Air Force Base leadership in an effort to increase the supply of affordable housing for military personnel assigned here. The cities of El Segundo, Hawthorne, and Redondo Beach formally signed their MOUs during a brief ceremony Apr. 23 held on base with Col. Charles Roberts, commander of the 61st Air Base Group, as presiding official. As the host unit for the only military installation in the greater Los Angeles metropolitan area, the 61st ABG provides medical, civil engineering, communications, chaplain, security, logistics, personnel, readiness, and quality-of-life services to Air Force Space Command’s Space and Missile Systems Center, and many other Department of Defense units in the Los Angeles basin.

Posted by Los Angeles Air Force Base, Home of Space and Missile Systems Center on Tuesday, May 8, 2018