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  • Gold Line officials exempted from state's conflicting-offices law

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that specifically exempts officials of a San Gabriel Valley light-rail project from another state law that prohibits them from holding multiple public offices with interests that could conflict....
  • L.A. council members may exempt themselves from Arizona boycott

     
    Members of the Los Angeles City Council could exempt themselves from their boycott of Arizona over immigration law enforcement issues. Some members want to...
  • L.A. council won't exempt itself from Arizona boycott

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes on Tuesday abandoned a push to exempt his colleagues from a boycott of Arizona, saying he did not want the city to be viewed as “wishy washy” on immigration and civil rights. Reyes called on the council...
  • Lucrative contract reignites L.A.'s Arizona boycott debate

     
    A key Los Angeles City Council panel agreed Tuesday to give a contract worth up to $97.5 million to a company with 9,000 employees in Arizona. The action drew complaints that such a move violates the city’s business boycott of the state....
  • Assemblyman Gil Cedillo to run for Los Angeles City Council

     
    Prevented by term limits from running for reelection to the state Assembly next year, Gil Cedillo said Monday he will be a candidate in the 2013 election for the 1st District seat on the Los Angeles City Council. Term limits......
  • L.A. settles lawsuit claiming contamination of high school site

     
    The L.A. City Council voted to settle a lawsuit over allegations that soil underneath a Glassell Park high school campus was contaminated by chemicals that originated at a nearby city-owned property....
  • Wesson to be nominated for L.A. City Council president

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Herb Wesson could become the first African-American president of the elected governing body in its 161-year history. Council President Eric Garcetti, who is running for mayor, plans to introduce a motion on Friday nominating...
  • Dukakis to aid Brad Sherman congressional campaign

     
    Michael Dukakis will appear at a fundraiser for Rep. Brad Sherman. Other congressional candidates rack up endorsements....
  • The haute bamboo

    The haute bamboo
    THEY are traipsing around Cliff Sussman's home in La Verne, navigating a steep hillside that's wildly overgrown with bamboo -- scores of tropical and subtropical species spreading underground, thick cones and tender new shoots poking up as robust mature...
  • Long-shot L.A. municipal candidates depend on Internet

    As recently as two months ago, David R. Hernandez said, he didn't even know what Facebook was. Today, he uses the popular Internet social-networking site to help spread the word about his steeply uphill campaign for Los Angeles mayor in Tuesday's...
  • Mailbag: Dining at IHOP is always great

    One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there. The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...