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Officials highly critical of trash-hauling companies

LOS ANGELES — Multiple Los Angeles City Council members trashed the city’s new commercial waste-hauling system last week, publicly grilling representatives of the companies that have been contracted to operate the six-month-old RecycLA program that has been rife with problems. “I could not possibly care less how hard it is for you to make this Read More…

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Hepatitis A outbreak extends to gay, bisexual men

LOS ANGELES — Health officials are ramping up efforts to stop the spread of Hepatitis A in Los Angeles County as cases begin to surge among gay and bisexual men who are not homeless. The surge is happening during the battle against the state’s massive outbreak, which has claimed 20 lives and has sickened more Read More…

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City considers adding public restrooms to help fight hepatitis

LOS ANGELES — With the city facing an outbreak of hepatitis A, the Los Angeles City Council approved a plan Oct. 27 to create a system of portable restrooms to help address the problem. Councilman Mike Bonin recently introduced a motion, seconded by Councilman Jose Huizar, that calls on the city to begin the steps Read More…