Dennis Zine

Los Angeles City Councilman

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Los Angeles City Councilman representing the 3rd District (West San Fernando Valley), he chairs the Council's Audits and Governmental Efficiency Committee; candidate for Los Angeles City Controller

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San Fernando Valley City Councilman  Dennis Zine  and Westside attorney  Ron Galperin  have joined me in the KCRW studios.

Waste, Fraud, Abuse and Los Angeles Politics

San Fernando Valley City Councilman Dennis Zine and Westside attorney Ron Galperin have joined me in the KCRW studios.

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The City of Los Angeles has furloughed some workers, laid off others and cut services to get rid of a deficit once set at $450 million.

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This was the day for Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa to put up or shut up with regard to city finances, the Department of Water and Power and relations with the City Council. …

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