C.J. Salgado

life-long East LA resident

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Life-long East LA resident and former supporter of its cityhood plan

C.J. Salgado on KCRW

The last area in Los Angeles County to incorporate was Calabasas, in 1991, bringing the total to 88.

Should East LA Be a City?

The last area in Los Angeles County to incorporate was Calabasas, in 1991, bringing the total to 88.

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