Gil Cedillo

The Dodgers are winning, but the Little League next door is dying thanks to City Hall inaction

The Dodgers are winning, but the Little League next door is dying thanks to City Hall inaction

This has been a banner season for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

But it’s been a bust for their Little League neighbors and admirers just up the hill from Dodger Stadium, thanks to bobbles and blunders at Los Angeles City Hall.

When his work schedule permits, Sergio Villasenor begins his days with a trek up to the Northeast Los Angeles Little League fields above the Los Angeles Police Academy. He aims his camera, shoots a photo, and posts it on Instagram so that the league’s families can follow the progress of the ball field reconstruction project being done by L.A. city crews.

Lots of photos. Not much progress.

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