Morris Pichon

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A resident of Pacoima, he co-edits a local newsletter Pacoima Today; former member of the neighborhood council there 

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Mayor Garcetti promised to fight illegal dumping and clean up Los Angeles' dirty streets, but according to a pair of recent media investigations he isn't delivering on that promise in…

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Mayor Garcetti promised to fight illegal dumping and clean up Los Angeles' dirty streets, but according to a pair of recent media investigations he isn't delivering on that promise in…

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