Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Gunman gets life in prison for Echo Park & Glassell Park killings; Building & Safety plays waiting game with Eastside complaints; Boyle Heights job center

Atwater Village | Luis Lopez/Instagram

Atwater Village | Luis Lopez/Instagram

MOrning Report

  • The Building & Safety Department takes about three months on average to respond to complaints about  illegal construction, code enforcement  and other problems filed by Eastside residents. That’s twice as long  as the wait for Westside complaints.  L.A. Times
  • City opens Boyle Heights jobs center to connect residents with local employers. EGP News
  • The families of two Lincoln Heights women who were murdered in separate incidents three years ago are still waiting for the killers to be found.  CBS2

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