San Pedro's Gaffey Street is no one's idea of a quaint village.
I'm one of the many Angelenos who live on a street that's a mess. The concrete is cracked. Potholes pop up every few feet. The road is crumbling.
Estimates of the cost to fix potholed streets and jagged sidewalks run to $4.5 billion. Is a bond or a sales tax increase the answer?