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UNION DE VECINOS AND THE LA RIGHT TO HOUSING COLLECTIVE work with tenants to stop the demolition of their building.  Developer confirms that he is now backing away from the property. By Katherine Davis, Posted 3/7/13(Story written by Annenberg Radio News) ^play At the intersection of 30th and Flower Street there is a McDonald’s, a […]

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Superior Court facing lawsuit over courtroom closures Several legal services organizations said they plan to sue the Los Angeles Superior Court today to force it to drop plans to stop hearing eviction cases in dozens of courtrooms, arguing that cost-cutting move would be devastating to poor and disabled tenants trying to save their homes. Neighborhood […]

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In Spite of Having the Votes to kill CCFO City Council Saves Face by sending proposal to Committee This Wednesday the Los Angeles City Council decided no to vote on Councilman Englander’s CCFO proposal that threatened group homes.  Thousands of immigrants, young, people, day laborers, and people in recovery share housing in Los Angeles due […]

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Vernon revisará quejas por decomisos de autos POR: Isaías Alvarado / isaias.alvarado@laopinion.com | 09:01 pm  |  01/16/2013  | La Opinión El nuevo jefe de la Policía de Vernon, Daniel Calleros se comprometió a revisar la política de decomiso de coches a conductores sin licencia, analizar las cifras de incautaciones e investigar las acusaciones de perfil racial que pesan contra […]

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CUBH Organizes Town Hall Meeting In Preparation for Mayoral Forum by Gus Ugalde of Boyle Heights Beat Residents of Boyle Heights came together to share their personal experiences on employment, education and next year’s mayoral elections at a town hall meeting at Legacy LA Thursday night. The United Communities of Boyle Heights, a loosely knit […]

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Residents of the 100-year-old apartment building at 2913 S. Flower Street are sending a letter to the city today. ↑play By Katherine Davis, Posted 11/8/12 “Dear Developers, City Officials, and members of the general public, This letter is meant to express one simple intention: we will not leave our community without a fight,” the letter begins. […]

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Piden que se de uso comunitario a los terrenos vacíos junto al Metro POR: Marvelia Alpízar / marvelia.alpizar@laopinion.com | 09/13/2012 | La Opinión Diferentes organizaciones marcharon para protestar por las injusticias que ellos consideran Metro ha cometido en contra de Boyle Heigths y otras comunidades. la consigna de retomar LA para la comunidad, grupos comunitarios […]

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En Maywood protestan por las condiciones del Riverfront Park, tanto las áreas verdes como los espacios deportivos escasean. POR: Mary Ballesteros-Coronel / maria.ballesteros@laopinion.com | 10:10 pm | 08/22/2012 | La Opinión Cada vez que Luis Orozco tiene que entrenar a su equipo infantil de futbol cruza los dedos para que ninguno de los niños se […]

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First Phase of Boyle Heights Living Streets Initiative Completed By EGP Staff Report Boyle Heights celebrated the completion of the first phase of its Living Streets initiative earlier this month with folkloric dances, live music, and more. The first phase of the four-part initiative involved installing benches, tables, planters, and community bulletin boards at the […]

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  We take a look at something so basic, you probably don’t even think about it — the air we breathe. But as you’re about to see, not all air is equal, and one group of Angelenos is hit particularly hard by pollution. Is there anything they can do about it? Correspondent Vince Gonzales takes […]

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