City of Malibu to Host Screening of Documentary “Water & Power: A California Heist” on August 30 at City Hall

City of Malibu to Host Screening of Documentary “Water & Power: A California Heist” on August 30 at City Hall

The City of Malibu will host a special screening of the powerful documentary “Water & Power: A California Heist,” on the evening of August 30 in City Hall’s Civic Theater. The ...

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Cost to Shorten the Runway at Santa Monica Airport Approved by City Council

Cost to Shorten the Runway at Santa Monica Airport Approved by City Council

The Santa Monica City Council approved a Guaranteed Maximum Price of $3,517,320 and contract to shorten the runway at Santa Monica Airport in alignment with our Consent Decree wit ...

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City of Los Angeles Hit With Lawsuit Over Playa Del Rey Road Diets

City of Los Angeles Hit With Lawsuit Over Playa Del Rey Road Diets

While Los Angeles Councilmember Mike Bonin has yet to fulfill his promise to return lanes along a key arterials connecting his district with the South Bay, a local citizens’ right ...

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Los Angeles’ Metro Bike Sharing System Continues Expansion

Los Angeles’ Metro Bike Sharing System Continues Expansion

Metro's bike sharing system expanded to the Port of Los Angeles Monday, with 13 stations and 120 bicycles added to the agency's growing network. Metro already had 61 stations and ...

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Police Sergeant Sues City, Citing Wrongfully Denied Promotions

Police Sergeant Sues City, Citing Wrongfully Denied Promotions

A Los Angeles police sergeant sued the city Thursday, alleging he was denied promotions in retaliation for taking time off to fulfill military obligations. Sgt. Chad Lewis' Los An ...

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City Attorney Mike Feuer Vows That “We Are Just Getting Started” Following Relection

City Attorney Mike Feuer Vows That “We Are Just Getting Started” Following Relection

Speaking to a packed council chamber that included many of his employees, Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer vowed Thursday that "we are just getting started" after being sworn ...

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LA City Council Takes Step Toward Divesting City Funds From Wells Fargo

LA City Council Takes Step Toward Divesting City Funds From Wells Fargo

The Los Angeles City Council took a step Tuesday toward divesting city funds from Wells Fargo over the bank's fake accounts scandal and its support of the Dakota Access Pipeline. ...

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L.A. City Controller Joins Finance Leaders from 11 Other Cities and States; Calls on President to Fully Fund Next Census

L.A. City Controller Joins Finance Leaders from 11 Other Cities and States; Calls on President to Fully Fund Next Census

Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin joined 11 fellow U.S. city and state controllers, comptrollers and treasurers in a letter calling on the White House to fully fund the U.S ...

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Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Activists Plan to Call on LA City Council to Shift Investments Away From Wells Fargo

Several activists again plan to call on the L.A. City Council Monday to shift investments now managed by Wells Fargo Bank to another institution due to Wells' financial support of ...

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Giant Bat Signal Projected on Side of Los Angeles City Hall in Honor of Late Adam West

Giant Bat Signal Projected on Side of Los Angeles City Hall in Honor of Late Adam West

Late "Batman" actor Adam West was honored Thursday evening at Los Angeles City Hall, with officials lighting the side of the building with a 70-foot tall "bat signal." West, best ...

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