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  • Billboard firm to put up signs backing six L.A. council candidates

    Billboard firm to put up signs backing six L.A. council candidates
    A billboard company challenging Los Angeles' restrictions on digital signs has disclosed plans to donate tens of thousands of dollars in advertising to help Councilman Jose Huizar and five other candidates, all but one of them incumbents, in the March 3 election.
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    L.A. voting: In the Jan. 16 California section, an article about a Los Angeles ballot effort to consolidate city elections with state and federal races contained several errors. Campaign spokesman Dave Jacobson's last name was misspelled as Jacobsen. City...

    Effort would consolidate L.A. elections with state and federal voting

     Effort would consolidate L.A. elections with state and federal voting
    Hoping to reverse years of dismal voter turnout for Los Angeles city and school board elections, advocates recently kicked off what they say will be a “robust” campaign supporting two ballot measures to change when residents go to the polls....

    Oil company to yank controversial South L.A. drilling application

    Oil company to yank controversial South L.A. drilling application
    An oil and gas company is pulling back a controversial application to drill and redrill wells at a South Los Angeles site close to homes, but local activists say they aren't giving up the fight against alleged violations at the Jefferson Boulevard...

    Mayor Garcetti's quake retrofit plan draws cautious early support

    Mayor Garcetti's quake retrofit plan draws cautious early support
    Over the last two decades, Los Angeles City Hall showed little interest in proposals that would force property owners to strengthen the thousands of buildings in the city vulnerable to collapse in a major earthquake. But Mayor Eric Garcetti's new...