East L.A. man pleads not guilty to throwing dog off hill; city seeking public comment for 32-home Glassell Park project

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  • A 21-year-old East Los Angeles man pleaded not guilty to felony and animal cruelty charges after being accused of throwing his pit bull mix twice down a steep hill.  The dog, Mary Jane, survived and was taken in by neighbors.  L.A. Times
  • The public has until Feb. 21 to comment on a developer’s preliminary environmental impact report to build 32 homes in the Walnut Canyon section of Glassell Park. Planning Department
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