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LAFD: 113 firefighters off-duty without pay due to LA's vaccine mandate

LOS ANGELES - A total of 113 Los Angeles city firefighters have been removed from duty without pay for failing to meet the city's COVID-19 vaccination mandate for municipal employees, the department announced Monday. The policy requires municipal employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19 by Dec. 18, and those who...
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The Santa Ana Winter Village Grand Opening is set for Dec. 9

Join us at the Santa Ana Winter Village for a special Grand Opening event and tree-lighting ceremony on Thursday, December 9 at 6:30 p.m. with Santa Ana Mayor Vicente Sarmiento, City Councilmembers, and the Anaheim Ducks Street Team!. Experience fun activities for the whole family to enjoy such as an...
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Metro seeks public feedback on 6 options for Sepulveda Transit Project

Metro will host its first of three public meetings Tuesday to get feedback on the transit agency’s “mega-project” to connect the San Fernando Valley, the westside and eventually LAX through a high-capacity transit line. The Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project‘s environmental review process is currently underway, and public comment on the...
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California warehouse fire leached chemicals into a nearby channel, releasing a 'rotten egg' smell that some residents say is making them sick

Carson, California, smelled like rotten eggs for two months due to elevated hydrogen sulfide levels. The stench likely originated with a September fire that leached chemicals into a nearby waterway. Local residents attribute headaches, nausea, and trouble breathing to the noxious fumes. The putrid stench that wafted across Carson, California...
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Garcetti signs directive to improve access to LA parks

Mayor Eric Garcetti on Monday, Dec. 6, signed an executive directive, titled “Achieving Park Equity,” aimed at improving access to parks for neighborhoods that lack open public spaces. Garcetti signed the executive directive, his 31st since taking office in 2013, on a Zoom joined by officials in the Department of...
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Fledgling OC Power Authority loses veteran clean-energy leader

Longtime green-energy advocate Antonia Castro-Graham abruptly resigned as chief operating officer for the Orange County Power Authority on Friday, Dec. 3, amid reports of a tense standoff with the utility’s CEO and concerns of ongoing conflicts between the two. The authority, formed last year, is one of some two dozen...
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Santa Ana Redistricting Pre-Final Map Public Hearing set for tonight

The City must redraw the ward boundary lines based on the new 2020 Census data, and we invite your participation. The City Council Special Meeting on the Redistricting Pre-Final Map Public Hearing will be taking place on Monday, December 6 at 5:00 PM at the City Council Chambers located at 22 Civic Center Plaza.
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LA, Long Beach ports again delay fines for backlogged cargo

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles have again postponed imposing fees on containers left on docks too long, citing progress in moving the cargo from marine terminals. The “container dwell fee” will now not be considered before Dec. 13. The fee was imposed by...
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Majority Of Voters Frustrated With Homelessness Crisis, Poll Finds

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A new poll has found that nearly 80% of Los Angeles voters said homelessness has deteriorated in recent years and have gone from feeling frustrated to exasperated. Commissioned by the L.A. Business Council and the L.A. Times and conducted by the Hart Research Team in Washington...
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Fruit And Veggie Benefit For Low-Income Families Extended Through March

LAist relies on your reader support. Your tax-deductible gift today powers our reporters and keeps us independent. We rely on you, our reader, not paywalls to stay funded because we believe important news and information should be freely accessible to all. Legislation that President Joe Biden signed last week to...
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