Under our current roster of "experienced politicians" Los Angeles is drowning in debt and the quality of life has gradually deteriorated. Is this any way to run a city?
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Way back in 1874, the city of Los Angeles established its first dump site for solid waste. Over 130 years later, we've come to learn that disposing of our waste properly is a collective responsibility.
I'm grateful to local editors and journalists who do a stellar job of busting local government's bad guys. But what about including the occasional piece on some of the city's bureaucratic heroes?
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