Don Knabe

Los Angeles Coliseum Commission

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LA County Supervisor representing the 4th District (South Bay, Hacienda Heights, Rowland Heights, La Habra Heights, Diamond Bar), and president of the Los Angeles Coliseum Commission

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After a long and passionate hearing last night, LA County Supervisors rejected a move to radically redraw their district boundaries by a vote of four to one.

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After a long and passionate hearing last night, LA County Supervisors rejected a move to radically redraw their district boundaries by a vote of four to one.

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