Can LA Fix Its Trash Problem?

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The City of Los Angeles is not the dirtiest place on Earth, but its "international image is threatened" by the "constant state of uncleanliness" in some neighborhoods.  That's according to City Hall's top insider, who's trying to locate the worst places and provide residents with resources for cleanup campaigns — as well as improving enforcement of anti-dumping laws.

Also, toll lanes on local "freeways" are supposed to speed up rush-hour traffic, but so many drivers are willing to pay that it's slowing down. 

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Warren Olney