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  • Dig more on pay for L.A.'s injured city workers

    To the editor: What a depressing article about the impotence of the Los Angeles City Council to deal with municipal employees on disability leave who make more money sitting at home than working. Some of the claims cited in the article are suspect. ("L.A. to review 'flawed and expensive' leave policy for injured workers," Dec. 20)
  • L.A. to review 'flawed and expensive' leave policy for injured workers

    L.A. to review 'flawed and expensive' leave policy for injured workers
    Los Angeles' top elected officials say reforms are needed in an unusually generous injury leave policy that pays city employees more when they are out with job-related ailments than when they come to work. The cost to taxpayers for injury leaves taken...

    Military retailer is Leimert Park's unwelcome neighbor

    Military retailer is Leimert Park's unwelcome neighbor
    In Leimert Park, neighborhood boosters dream of new markets, cafés and galleries springing up when a Metro station opens there in five years, drawing riders from across Los Angeles to this center of African American culture. The nearby blocks already...

    Neighbors push back against drilling plan at South L.A. site

    Neighbors push back against drilling plan at South L.A. site
    Neighbors are pressing for an environmental study of oil drilling at a South Los Angeles location close to homes, arguing that the city should scrutinize fumes, noise and chemical usage before deciding whether to let the company drill wells at the site....

    Residents celebrate 100th repaired sidewalk in South L.A. district

    Residents celebrate 100th repaired sidewalk in South L.A. district
    Geneva James pushed her walker slowly up the street in South Los Angeles Tuesday and joined the crowd gathered outside her home in a countdown. The 84-year-old smiled as she watched a worker take a jackhammer to buckled sidewalk she's been complaining...