Morris Pichon

resident of Pacoima

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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…

Taxation without Equal Sanitation

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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