A controversial zero-bail policy took effect in Los Angeles County on Sunday, October 1.
Payoff will save Industry property owners over $49 million annually and will deliver over $36 million to local taxing entities including school districts, special districts and the County.
Bell gets a bad case of déjà vu.
In a report released last week, the State Controller’s Office concludes that the City of Industry continues to suffer from a lack of oversight and mismanagement. Industry says it’s all part of a “politically-motivated attack” intended to help a wealthy Democratic donor.
Mark Radecki and his wife are paying just $700 a month to lease the city-owned, 5,500-square-foot home, according to the San Gabriel Valley Tribune.
These forty-seven cities in Los Angeles County have been chosen to participate in an innovative grant program aimed at combatting homelessness on city streets.
City of Industry is an interesting little place.
Phillips replaces Kevin Radecki, who was relieved of his duties last week.
The top administrator of the troubled City of Industry said he was stepping down Friday after expressing fears that he would be terminated by the council’s new majority.
The City of Industry’s newly elected council members wasted no time after being sworn in Tuesday, opting to replace City Attorney Michele Vadon as one of their first official acts.