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Say No to Measure M and Start Over

Measure M is about two L.A.’s. One is the invisible L.A., our L.A., the Southeast and South Bay parts of the county. The L.A. that is invisible to the people who... Read more »

Cleanup of Maywood Warehouse Fire Site Begins

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday it has begun working with state officials to identify and remove hazardous materials released by a spectacular... Read more »

Community Calendar: Nov. 3, 2016 – Nov. 9, 2016

Today, Thursday, Nov. 3 5:30pm – Hecho a Mano/Hand Made Fall Decorations at the Commerce Veterans Library. Join fellow DIY-ers for and make a paper turkey. Event... Read more »

Summit Calls for New Southeast Narrative

Concerned that the corruption scandals in some Southeast Los Angeles County areas might taint their own reputations, cities in the region have distanced themselves... Read more »

Conferencia Pide Nueva Narrativa Para el Sureste

Preocupados de que los escándalos de corrupción en algunas áreas del Sureste del Condado de Los Ángeles dañen sus reputaciones, algunas ciudades en la región... Read more »

The Worst Thing That Could Come Out of the Election: ‘Latinos Didn’t Vote’

For more than thirty-five years, we at EGP have been driven to nearly pulling our hair out when we hear politicians and the media say, “Latinos don’t vote.” This... Read more »

Ciudades Industriales Preocupadas Por Retornos de Medida M

La formula de financiamientos del Metro es injustas hacia las ciudades con pequeñas poblaciones pero con altos números de trabajadores y congestiones de tráfico,... Read more »

“Día de Juan Gabriel” se declara en Los Ángeles

Imitadores de Juan Gabriel y cantantes junto con Gil Cedillo, miembro del Consejo de Los Ángeles y John Echeveste, presidente ejecutivo de La Plaza de Cultura y... Read more »

‘Industrial Cities’ Want Metro to Revamp its Funding Forumula

Metro’s funding formula is unfair to cities with small residential populations but large numbers of workers and traffic congestion complain industrial cities like... Read more »

Fed Grant to Fund CNG Buses for Gateway Cities

Metro announced Tuesday that a $10.5 million federal grant will help the transit agency buy 30 low-emission compressed natural gas buses for routes that run in the... Read more »

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