Amy Dresser Held

Citizens of the World Charter Schools

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Executive Director of the Citizens of the World Charter Schools, Los Angeles, and parent of a kindergarten student at the charter school

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After a year of increasingly angry disputes with neighbors in Los Angeles' Del Rey area, east of Marina del Rey and near Mar Vista.

Del Rey Residents Keen on Forcing Out New Charter School

After a year of increasingly angry disputes with neighbors in Los Angeles' Del Rey area, east of Marina del Rey and near Mar Vista.

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