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L.A. NOWL.A. airport commissioners unanimously decided to withdraw and renegotiate $3.9 million in public relations contracts for LAX that have come under fire from two city councilmen....
L.A. NOWThe powerful Service Employees International Union quizzed mayoral candidates Wendy Greuel and Eric Garcetti at a town hall-style meeting Tuesday, but did not reach a consensus on whom to recommend for the group's much-coveted endorsement. But Greuel...
L.A. NOWEntertainment industry executives and labor unions—including one representing city utility workers--are joining forces to mount an independent TV ad campaign to promote the Los Angeles mayoral candidacy of City Controller Wendy Greuel, a top advisor...
L.A. NOWThe powerful L.A. County Federation of Labor threw its weight behind seven L.A. City Council candidates in the March 5 election -- but remained silent on the three biggest contests....
L.A. NOWFifty-eight candidates have qualified to run for city offices in Los Angeles' March 5 election, with the majority looking to fill open seats on the City Council, according to the final list from the City Clerk's office....
L.A. NOWOver the protests of former L.A. Mayor Richard Riordan and leaders of a labor union, the City Council Tuesday placed a half-cent sales tax hike on the ballot to avert what it said would be significant cuts in services for residents....
L.A. NOWTwo L.A. City Councilmen demanded to know why the city’s airport commission approved almost $4 million in contracts for a public relations campaign to highlight the ongoing modernization of Los Angeles International Airport....
L.A. NOWTwo Los Angeles council members want to know why a city oversight board voted to spend nearly $4 million in taxpayer money for what they describe as a "public relations" contract at Los Angeles International Airport....
You can have your "A Visit from St. Nicholas" and "A Christmas Carol." My favorite holiday reading is always the list of new state laws. Nearly 750 new ones for 2013 were passed by the Legislature and signed by the governor last year. With the...
City Councilman Dennis Zine has never struck me as a controller type. He's garrulous, outgoing, street-smart — the remnants of his first career as a Los Angeles police officer and union representative. He was a forceful personality at the Police...
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L.A. NOWDespite a raucous protest and threats of a lawsuit from city labor unions, the Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to roll back pension benefits and boost the retirement age to 65 for new civilian employees. The council voted 14-0 to approve the plan,...
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