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Inglewood spent soundproof funds far from airport

INGLEWOOD — The city of Inglewood spent millions of dollars in public funds to soundproof middle-class areas of the city while bypassing one of the poorest neighborhoods, where the roar from the Los Angeles International Airport flight path is loudest, according to a Los Angeles Times data analysis. Over the last several decades, the Federal Read More…

Culver City Edition Local News Opinion Street Beat West Edition

‘What could the city do to improve your neighborhood?’

STREET BEAT Earl Martin Los Angeles “Apartments need more upkeep. The landlords are slow on cutting the grass and fixing plumbing. And if you want to request your apartment needs painting, it takes forever.” Heaven Crouch Los Angeles  “There should be more policing to stop the high crime rate and guns need to be taken Read More…

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L.A. council approves $10.6 billion spending plan

LOS ANGELES — The city is financially safe and secure, according to Mayor Eric Garcetti and several City Council members who spoke May 24 about the city’s budget in the coming fiscal year. More than $10.6 billion dollars will be spent by the city of Los Angeles from July 1 to June 30 next year. Read More…