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June 12 | L.A. Times

A statewide apartment owners association has filed a lawsuit accusing the city of Los Angeles of illegally setting trash pickup rates.

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June 7 | L.A. Daily News

A comprehensive $5.5 billion plan aimed at reducing auto traffic and congestion at Los Angeles International Airport was approved Tuesday by the City Council.

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May 31 | ABC7.com

Paris would host the 2024 Summer Olympics and Los Angeles would get the 2028 Games under a deal gaining momentum in the International Olympic Committee, according to a published report.

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May 30 | L.A. Daily News

Los Angeles city firefighters were short at least two helicopters Sunday and had to scramble to respond to a pair of brush fires that flared up at almost the same time and at least 20 miles apart, city officials said Tuesday.

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May 24 | L.A. Times

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday agreed to settle lawsuits brought by Culver City and Inglewood that alleged the potential environmental impacts of modernization projects at Los Angeles International Airport were not properly evaluated.

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May 26 | L.A. Times

Los Angeles street services crews have begun slathering a new light gray coating on some boring old black asphalt streets. They’re not just changing the color scheme. The city is testing whether so-called cool pavements can lower the temperature in the surrounding area and help counter the effects of global warming.

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May 18 | KPCC

The Los Angeles City Council on Thursday unanimously approved a $9.2 billion budget for the coming fiscal year that calls for millions to cover services such as street and sidewalk repair, homelessness aid and police and fire protection.

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May 17 | L.A. Times

Los Angeles voters picked seasoned political veterans in Tuesday’s election, reelecting City Councilman Gil Cedillo and electing Monica Rodriguez to the City Council in races that saw a flood of spending by labor groups.

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May 16 | L.A. Daily News

Los Angeles voters Tuesday night were approving the creation of an all-civilian review board for police disciplinary hearings as an alternative to the traditional panel, which consists of two command-level officers and one civilian.

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