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Gloria Molina

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  • L.A. County will send 500 inmates to Taft lockup

    L.A. County will send 500 inmates to Taft lockup
    Los Angeles County supervisors agreed Tuesday to a contract that officials say will ensure that the most serious county jail inmates serve their full terms. The $75-million, five-year agreement with the Taft Community Correctional Facility run by the...
  • Grand Avenue project at turning point

    Grand Avenue project at turning point
    The push to transform downtown's Grand Avenue into a Champs-Elysees for Los Angeles has faced years of delays and obstacles. The ambitious plan to create a tony cultural destination around the landmark Walt Disney Concert Hall has already been scaled back...
  • In the end, turmoil over Grand Avenue plan could help the design [Updated]

     In the end, turmoil over Grand Avenue plan could help the design [Updated]
    The chaos surrounding the Grand Avenue redevelopment may turn out to be a good thing — at least for Frank Gehry and quite possibly for the project as a whole. Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina and the Grand Avenue Authority surprised...
  • Developer gets another shot at Grand Avenue proposal

    Developer gets another shot at Grand Avenue proposal
    After rejecting the initial architectural drawings for an ambitious plan to remake downtown’s Grand Avenue into a cultural hub, a government panel on Monday unanimously voted to give the developer a nearly four-month extension to create a suitable...
  • Developer Related Cos. wins extension on Grand Ave. project

    Developer Related Cos. wins extension on Grand Ave. project
    Ending several days of turmoil over the Grand Avenue redevelopment project, the joint city-county committee overseeing it voted Monday to extend its agreement with New York developer Related Cos. through Jan. 20. The decision by the Grand Avenue...
  • L.A. Supervisors agree to act on billion-dollar jail renovation

    L.A. Supervisors agree to act on billion-dollar jail renovation
    Concerned about possible federal intervention into the operation of Los Angeles County's system of jails, the Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to take a significant step toward replacing the Men’s Central Jail and renovating other facilities to...
  • Downtown Grand Park's summer schedule aims for a crowd-pleasing mix

     Downtown Grand Park's summer schedule aims for a crowd-pleasing mix
    Stefanie LaHart and Carol Hoffman sat on a picnic blanket in Grand Park, snacking on fresh fruits and cheeses. LaHart, clad in a bright pink tea-length dress — one of her old swing dancing dresses — with her hair curled and eyeliner done...
  • Grand Avenue project: Uncertainty could be a good thing

    Grand Avenue project: Uncertainty could be a good thing
    The recent turmoil over the Grand Avenue redevelopment effort leaves a bunch of pretty basic questions unanswered. For starters, who exactly is going to design a planned retail, residential and hotel complex across Grand from Walt Disney Concert Hall in...
  • L.A. County ends contract with troubled foster care contractor

    L.A. County ends contract with troubled foster care contractor
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on Tuesday to cancel its decades-long relationship with a foster care contractor with a long history of financial misspending and substantiated child abuse committed by the foster parents it...
  • Baca faces challenge from former Sheriff's Dept. commander

    Baca faces challenge from former Sheriff's Dept. commander
    A retired Los Angeles County sheriff’s commander who played a role in exposing abuses inside the agency’s jails announced Wednesday that he is going to challenge Sheriff Lee Baca in next year’s election. Bob Olmsted promised to clean up...
  • Powerful union backs Hilda Solis for seat on Board of Supervisors

    Powerful union backs Hilda Solis for seat on Board of Supervisors
    A powerful county workers union on Thursday endorsed a former member of President Obama’s administration for a seat on the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Former Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, who is running to replace termed-out Supervisor...