Ron Kaye

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Founder of the Saving LA Project, and OurLA.org, he blogs at RonKayeLA.com; former editor of the Los Angeles Daily News

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With applause from downtown business leaders and union officials, the LA City Council today approved what's called a "non-binding" memorandum of understanding -- 12 votes to zero.

One NFL Stadium…or Two?

With applause from downtown business leaders and union officials, the LA City Council today approved what's called a "non-binding" memorandum of understanding -- 12 votes to zero.

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With just one exception, Los Angeles voters re-elected every City Council incumbent on  yesterday's ballot , even though all seven were challenged.  With just one exception, every…

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With just one exception, Los Angeles voters re-elected every City Council incumbent on yesterday's ballot , even though all seven were challenged.  With just one exception, every…

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In last night's speech on the  State of the City , Mayor Villaraigosa said the strain of challenges facing LA have "undermined civic unity."

Mayor Villaraigosa's Latest Choice to Lead the DWP

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