Vince Gonzales

KCET

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Correspondent for SoCal Connected, a weekly television program on public television station KCET

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Don Knabe  has been a Los Angeles County Supervisor since 1996, and his son  Matt  is a registered lobbyist with the firm Englander, Knabe and Allen.

LA County Supervisor's Family Ties Questioned

Don Knabe has been a Los Angeles County Supervisor since 1996, and his son Matt is a registered lobbyist with the firm Englander, Knabe and Allen.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Two years ago the Los Angeles city attorney signed a truce with billboard companies in the battle over the spread of their signs.

Outcry Grows Over LA’s Digital Billboards

Two years ago the Los Angeles city attorney signed a truce with billboard companies in the battle over the spread of their signs.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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