Jan Perry

Los Angeles City Council

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Los Angeles City Councilwoman, representing the 9th District, which runs from Watts to downtown; 2013 candidate for mayor of Los Angeles

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Anschutz Entertainment Group, the big multi-national sports and entertainment company that built Staples Center and LA Live, has plans for a new stadium to bring professional football…

Is Professional Football On-again or Off-again for Downtown LA?

Anschutz Entertainment Group, the big multi-national sports and entertainment company that built Staples Center and LA Live, has plans for a new stadium to bring professional football…

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After three terms on the City Council,  Jan Perry  is running for Mayor.

Jan Perry Talks about Running for Mayor

After three terms on the City Council, Jan Perry is running for Mayor.

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For years, the powerful developer AEG has been working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles with a  76,000-seat stadium  downtown.

Closing In on Approval of a Football Stadium in Downtown LA

For years, the powerful developer AEG has been working to bring the NFL back to Los Angeles with a 76,000-seat stadium downtown.

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