Jason Michaud

Red Hill and Local

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Chef/owner of Red Hill and Local restaurants in Echo Park

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How many times have you heard that the City of Los Angeles is not "business friendly?"

Can Los Angeles City Hall Become Business Friendly?

How many times have you heard that the City of Los Angeles is not "business friendly?"

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