Kim Cooper

Local writer and historian; Co-founder, savelapl.org

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Local writer and historian; Co-founder, savelapl.org

Kim Cooper on KCRW

The  City of Los Angeles  has to  find a way  to cover a $406 Million dollar budget deficit. Today, we are going to look at two ways the city will attack the problem.

Closing The Budget Deficit By Touching The Public’s Nerve

The City of Los Angeles has to find a way to cover a $406 Million dollar budget deficit. Today, we are going to look at two ways the city will attack the problem.

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