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Ex-Swim Coach Sentenced to Prison for Sexual Assault on Commerce Child

A swimming coach who was employed by the city of Commerce pleaded no contest today to sexually assaulting a girl at a city aquatics center and was sentenced to six... Read more »

Election Marks New Era for Commerce

The swearing-in of two new council members marked a new era for the City of Commerce, but talk of “change” and “moving forward” was not enough to convince... Read more »

Flex Alert: Heat Wave Prompts Call to Cut Energy

With a heat wave gripping the region, a Flex Alert urging residents to voluntarily conserve electricity to ease demand on the statewide power system was in effect... Read more »

Amending Constitution to Ensure Better Representation Makes Sense for L.A. County and California

Senate Constitutional Amendment 12 is about the Future of California. The laws governing the way counties are structured were written in the 1850s and were left... Read more »

Report Calls for Southeast Cities to Invest in Pedestrians, Bicyclists

The Measure M half-cent sales tax hike goes into effect July 1 and a new report is calling for cities in southeast Los Angeles County to use a large share of the... Read more »

Estudio Recomiende Inversión en Peatonales, Biciclistas

El impuesto comercial de medio centavo por cada venta o transacción que insitucionalizó la Medida M se efectuará el 1 de julio y un estudio nuevo sugiere a las... Read more »

Election Could ‘Shake Up’ Commerce City Council

A contentious election that had candidates accusing each other of spreading misleading information and engaging in dirty campaign tactics appears to have ended with... Read more »

Sheriff’s Substation Is the Answer to Many Questions

As a member of the Commerce City Council and the current Mayor, I have been involved in discussions both internally and externally regarding significant issues relating... Read more »

Gov. Takes ‘Environmental Justice’ Tour of Areas Ravaged by Pollution

Gov. Jerry Brown got a close-up look Tuesday at the traffic, pollution, and industries that have long wreaked havoc on the health of residents living in southeast... Read more »

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