Supervisor Responds to Home Improvement Questions

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The Los Angeles City Building and Safety Department is investigating whether improvements at the home of County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas were made without a required permit. This after the LA Times reported that County workers spent a week and $10,000 installing an alarm system in a garage that had been converted into an office. The Supervisor refused to talk with Times reporters about suggestions that the project went beyond what's allowed at public expense.



  • Mark Ridley-Thomas - LA County Supervisor representing District 2, which includes parts of Downtown, Koreatown, Crenshaw, Baldwin Hills and Culver City - @mridleythomas


Warren Olney