Kevin Hughes

president of the Cheviot Hills Homeowners' Association

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LA Times columnist  Steve Lopez has complained  that, while traffic approaches gridlock, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has owned 15 miles of right of way for the past 15…

Cheviot Hills and the Expo Line

LA Times columnist Steve Lopez has complained that, while traffic approaches gridlock, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has owned 15 miles of right of way for the past 15…

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