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  • DWP watchdog urges changes in hiring rules, union influence at utility

    DWP watchdog urges changes in hiring rules, union influence at utility
    In the wake of the botched rollout of a new billing system at the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power that sent inaccurate bills to many customers, a new report by a watchdog agency says the city must make a host of changes to speed up hiring and contracting to prevent similar problems in the future.
  • Plan to legalize 'bootlegged' L.A. apartments advances in City Council

    Plan to legalize 'bootlegged' L.A. apartments advances in City Council
    Illegal or “bootlegged” apartments — dwellings that were created without city permits — could soon get a smoother path to legalization as Los Angeles lawmakers grapple with a housing crisis that has priced many Angelenos out of...

    L.A. city homeless committee debuts with calls for restrooms, showers and shelter

    L.A. city homeless committee debuts with calls for restrooms, showers and shelter
    The Los Angeles City Council's new homeless committee kicked off Thursday with members calling for the city to provide showers, restrooms and emergency shelter to help indigents survive in the streets with dignity. At the committee's inaugural meeting,...

    Bootlegged apartments could get a chance at L.A. city approval

    Bootlegged apartments could get a chance at L.A. city approval
    Los Angeles has long suffered a housing crisis that prices many Angelenos out of decent, affordable homes. Yet even as local leaders bemoan that problem, city officials say hundreds of apartments — many of them safe and habitable — have...

    Protesters, many from the San Fernando Valley, decry bullet train route at meeting in L.A.

    Protesters, many from the San Fernando Valley, decry bullet train route at meeting in L.A.
    About 300 protesters from the San Fernando Valley showed up Tuesday at a meeting of the California High-Speed Rail Authority in downtown Los Angeles to complain about the proposed bullet train route through Southern California. Outside the Ronald Reagan...