County’s First District to Honor Military with Banner Program

By City News Service

(CNS) – A Los Angeles County Supervisor Tuesday urged residents to nominate local military heroes for a program that will honor them with red-white-and-blue banners on major roadways in unincorporated East Los Angeles and the Valinda Corridor.

Nominees must be active duty personnel in the United States Armed Forces and residents of an unincorporated neighborhood in the First District, represented by Supervisor Gloria Molina.

Interested residents can find applications for nominations at or call or email Molina’s office for information at (323) 881-4601, (626) 350-4500, (213) 974-4111 or

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May 3, 2012  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


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