Boyle Heights boy with cancer serves as K-9 deputy for the day; voters to decide fate of $1.2 billion homeless bond

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  • A 12-year-old Boyle Heights boy diagnosed with leukemia served as a K-9 deputy for a day with the L.A. Sheriff’s Department. ABC7
  • The City Council decided to put a $1.2 billion bond measure before voters in November to pay for shelters, permanent housing and services for the homeless. The bond would be paid by property owners, who would pay an additional to $40 to $80 a year. Fox News
  • LADWP will hold a meeting tonight to provide more details about refilling the Silver Lake Reservoir. The Eastsider
  • I Brake For Victorians: 1st Street between Matthews to Soto streets will be closed from 8 am to 2 pm today for the moving of a 121-year-old Victorian home to a new location. The Eastsider
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One comment

  1. I’m a homeowner and although I am not rich by any means, I would definitely support a bond to help with this severe homeless issue. Something has to be done! We have folks living in the hills nearby, down by the river, underneith freeway overpasses, etc. We have to address this issue NOW! If LA doesn’t seriously look at this, we will lose tourist revenue, crime will increase, health issues will be a concern, etc. We must address this!

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