When “light masts” brightened up Boyle Heights; Councilman Gil Cedillo sees AB 60 realized

Echo Park | Katrina Alexy

Echo Park | Katrina Alexy

MOrning Report

  • The story of Boyle Heights’ first electric street light – a 150-foot high “light mast” at the corner of First & Boyle. Boyle Heights History
  • Councilman Gil Cedillo was on hand when the first group of undocumented immigrants applied for California driver’s licenses under the state law he authored as a state legislator. Daily News
  • The driver of a pick-up truck with a flat tire led the CHP on an hour-long pursuit from Boyle Heights to Riverside. Daily News

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  1. I heard a report on the radio that a lot of the illegals failed the test, then got back in their cars and drove away. Made me laugh. And a license is supposed to make them more responsible?

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