Eduardo Reyes

Los Angeles City Councilman

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Los Angeles City Councilman for the 1st District (Chinatown, Highland Park, Lincoln Heights and Echo Park); Chair of its Planning and Land Use Management Committee and member of its Arts Parks and Neighborhoods Commission; Chair of the Los Angeles River Ad Hoc Committee

Eduardo Reyes on KCRW

On Monday of this week, no less than five skywriting airplanes spelled out the words, "End Mural Moratorium. Art is Not a Crime. Twitter at End Mural Moratorium."

Is LA Squelching Public Art?

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The City Council took step today to make downtown's Figueroa Corridor look like Tokyo after dark.

Bright Lights, Bickering City

The City Council took step today to make downtown's Figueroa Corridor look like Tokyo after dark.

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Last Friday, with just 24 hours public notice, the LA Community Redevelopment Agency met to approve a plan negotiated with the City Council.

City of Los Angeles Squares Off against Governor Brown

Last Friday, with just 24 hours public notice, the LA Community Redevelopment Agency met to approve a plan negotiated with the City Council.

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