Amanda Covarrubias

City Desk Assignment Editor, Los Angeles Times

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Assignment Editor on the City Desk at the Los Angeles Times

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One hundred eleven houses in Montecito, 113 in Yorba Linda, and in Sylmar, 501 mobile homes – it's Los Angeles County's worst loss of its kind since the Bel-Air fire of 1961.  Roughly…

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One hundred eleven houses in Montecito, 113 in Yorba Linda, and in Sylmar, 501 mobile homes – it's Los Angeles County's worst loss of its kind since the Bel-Air fire of 1961.  Roughly…

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