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Citing potential health risks, City Council panel rejects plan for homes near the 110 and 91 freeways

Citing potential health risks, City Council panel rejects plan for homes near the 110 and 91 freeways

A key committee of the Los Angeles City Council rejected a plan Tuesday for putting 15 homes near a freeway interchange, in part over the potential health risks from car and truck pollution.

The council’s Planning and Land Use Management Committee unanimously declined the request from businessman Ali Awad to change the zoning on the site, a move that would allow housing to be built. The site sits next to the 110 and 91...

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