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Southwest Museum tunnel reopens; feds file fraud charges against housing execs who built projects in Echo Park, Lincoln Heights

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  • The long-closed pedestrian tunnel and entrance underneath the Southwest Museum in Mount Washington has been reopened in time for an exhibit featuring the work of two New York artists. L.A. Magazine
  • Several executives whose company built affordable apartment projects in Echo Park, Lincoln Heights and other areas have been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly defrauding government agencies of millions of dollars. L.A. Times
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2 comments

  1. What do you mean by “The long-closed pedestrian tunnel and entrance underneath the Southwest Museum in Mount Washington?” I have used that tunnel on about five or six occasions, always on a Saturday, to go to the Southwest Museum.

  2. Thank you for the gorgeous photo!

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