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  • What's the best way to pressure L.A. council — publicly or privately?

    What's the best way to pressure L.A. council — publicly or privately?
    Los Angeles City Councilman Gil Cedillo set off a small political firestorm in his district last summer, putting off plans for a Figueroa Street bike lane and enraging a potent group of advocates.
  • City looks at new 'infrastructure district' to fund L.A. River plans

    City looks at new 'infrastructure district' to fund L.A. River plans
    Los Angeles leaders are hoping to use a new tax-sharing law to help finance ambitious plans to transform the city's namesake river into a ribbon of recreational areas and vibrant new developments. As of Jan. 1, local officials have the authority to...

    L.A. City Council embraces Mayor Eric Garcetti's quake retrofit plan

    L.A. City Council embraces Mayor Eric Garcetti's quake retrofit plan
    Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti's ambitious plan to require thousands of earthquake-vulnerable buildings to be retrofitted was welcomed Wednesday by the City Council, which began the process of drafting an ordinance. Many council members expressed...

    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...

    Responses to building and safety complaints vary widely across L.A.

    Responses to building and safety complaints vary widely across L.A.
    When Angelenos phone the city to complain about illegal construction, trash piling up next door or other building nuisances, some parts of town have gotten a faster reaction from building inspectors than have others, a Times analysis of city data shows....