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L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday will consider creating the Los Angeles Film Commission to market the city to the film industry and help stem runaway production. Councilman Richard Alarcon proposed the idea, saying L.A. needs a more aggressive........
L.A. NOWThe Los Angeles County district attorney has opened an investigation to determine whether Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon illegally claimed a Panorama City house as his residence, officials said today. Investigators with the D.A.'s Public...
L.A. NOWL.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon, under investigation over questions about his residency, said today that he has not been living in a house in his district for nearly three months because of safety concerns prompted by a burglary at that......
L.A. NOWSix employees of Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon have been ordered to appear before a grand jury this week, six months after prosecutors obtained search warrants to determine whether the councilman has been living at his legal residence....
Money & CompanyWill the 7th District councilmanâs real home please stand up? For the last few weeks, the Los Angeles County district attorney has been investigating whether Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon, 56, claimed residence in a Panorama City house in....
L.A. NOWIn a chaotic eight-hour budget hearing Wednesday, members of the Los Angeles City Council set aside a slew of budget proposals designed to prevent the city from going bankrupt. But they did approve a reduction to one subsidy program that......
With cuts looming, some L.A. City Council members use off-budget funds to boost their salary accountsL.A. NOWMembers of the Los Angeles City Council will renew their efforts to address the city's budget problems Tuesday as they consider a three-year plan to deal with the deficit. But as they've debated how to whittle down the city's costs,......
L.A. NOWLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Thursday he is planning a second major wave of City Hall job cuts, moving to eliminate between 1,200 and 2,000 positions to get the struggling city through the remainder of the calendar year. Appearing......
L.A. NOWUnder the threat of a credit rating downgrade, the Los Angeles City Council on Thursday instructed agency heads to eliminate 3,000 additional city jobs âby any means necessary, including layoffsâ by July 1. The reduction â aimed in part a......
L.A. NOWLos Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said Monday he hopes to shave $2 million from the cityâs budget by folding the department that oversees the network of 90 neighborhood councils into another agency. The plan would push the Department of...
No wonder Richard Alarcon enjoys running for public offices (state senator, assemblyman, city councilman, mayor, etc.): The private sector just doesn't offer as many opportunities to boost the property values of a guy's fiancee. Of all the secondary...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe first phone call came a couple of years ago. A man was on the line, recalled Ellen Lavinthal, president of the rescue group Animal Alliance, and he said, "I have a litter of kittens. I need to get rid of them." She picked up the kittens and dropped...
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