Paul Novak

Planning Deputy to LA County Supervisor Mike Antonovich

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Planning Deputy to County Supervisor Mike Antonovich, who represents the 5th District, which includes the Antelope Valley, Pasadena, Burbank, San Gabriel, San Fernando Valley

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Mayor Antonio Villariagosa is all in favor of spending $100 million in taxpayers' money to subsidize the  Grand Avenue Project  in downtown LA, but County Supervisor Mike Antonovich…

The Grand Avenue Project, Too Grand or not Grand Enough?

Mayor Antonio Villariagosa is all in favor of spending $100 million in taxpayers' money to subsidize the Grand Avenue Project in downtown LA, but County Supervisor Mike Antonovich…

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