It's been 100 years (and a day) since residents of the San Fernando Valley voted to become a part of the city of Los Angeles.That decision has forever helped define the city as one with two halves, separated by the Hollywood Hills. But a century in, how has being a part of LA defined the so-called 'Valley.' Are residents today happy with that decision? KCRW's Steve Chiotakis spoke with Kevin Roderick, editor of LA Observed.
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