Bill Rosendahl

Los Angeles City Council

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City Councilman for Los Angeles' 11th District, which includes Venice and Marina del Rey; former host of Week in Review, when he was Senior Vice President of Public Affairs for the defunct Century Cable Company, which was bought by Adelphia Communications in 1999

Bill Rosendahl on KCRW

Sixty-seven year old Bill Rosendahl had plans to run for a third term on the LA City Council next March.

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Sixty-seven year old Bill Rosendahl had plans to run for a third term on the LA City Council next March.

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On the two-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, protesters tried — unsuccessfully — to  shut down the New York Stock Exchange .

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On the two-month anniversary of Occupy Wall Street, protesters tried — unsuccessfully — to shut down the New York Stock Exchange .

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JD Power says Los Angeles International Airport is  18th out of 19 major American airports  when it comes to passenger satisfaction. One of the complaints is the  food .

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JD Power says Los Angeles International Airport is 18th out of 19 major American airports when it comes to passenger satisfaction. One of the complaints is the food .

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