Streetsies 2014: The Winners Are…

streetsie_2014For the first time since we combined the staff/board vote and reader vote into one award, there are no changes from the final poll results on Streetsblog and the winners. Read on to see the 2014 Streetsie Winners and look forward to celebratory events soon. Click individual links for poll results and descriptions of honorees’ accomplishments. 

Elected Leader of the Year: Los Angeles City Councilmember Jose Huizar

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Civil Servant of the Year: John Jones, Watts field staff for City Councilmember Joe Buscaino and leader of East Side Riders.

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Business of the Year: Boyle Heights collective Espacio 1839

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Journalist of the Year: videographer Nathan Lucero of On My Bike In L.A.

Deborah Murphy Award for Excellence in Advocacy:  hit-and-run crime fighters Finish The Ride, lead by Damian Kevitt.

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