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Los Angeles waterfront gets help from Gov. Jerry Brown

Los Angeles waterfront gets help from Gov. Jerry Brown

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed bills Friday aimed at revitalizing the Los Angeles waterfront, reducing recidivism by convicts, saving more people who have heart attacks and allowing law enforcement to seize more ill-gotten gains.

In all, the governor signed 29 bills, including one supported by Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti that would help his city rejuvenate its waterfront.

The bill will extend from 50 to 66 years the maximum term of leases approved by the city for its properties, making it more attractive for businesses to locate along the waterfront.

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