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  • Newton: L.A.'s next mayor

    Newton: L.A.'s next mayor
    Los Angeles will not elect a new mayor for another 17 months — the nation will consider President Obama's future first — but the race for City Hall is already underway. Most of the likely candidates are raising money and building support,...
  • Parsing the downtown L.A. divide

    Parsing the downtown L.A. divide
    Downtown Los Angeles today is divided between two City Council districts, with Jose Huizar representing one part of the city center and Jan Perry representing the other. Despite maneuverings and tweaks, when a city commission and the council finish...
  • Newton: Council lines spark conflict

    Newton: Council lines spark conflict
    Fresh on the heels of Los Angeles County's contentious, divisive and nakedly political supervisorial redistricting debate, the City Council is embarking on its process. Early signs are that it will be contentious, divisive and nakedly political. The...
  • Newton: Greuel's hot hand

    Newton: Greuel's hot hand
    It's still very, very early in the campaign to become the next mayor of Los Angeles, but right now, it's City Controller Wendy Greuel who's playing the hot hand. The only independent poll shows her in a tie with City Council President Eric Garcetti and...
  • Newton: Who's on 1st (and Spring)?

    Newton: Who's on 1st (and Spring)?
    I can't say for sure whether Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky will run for mayor in 2013. I don't even know with certainty whether he's already made up his mind and is just stringing the rest of us along. What I can tell you without any...
  • Newton: Jan Perry, L.A.'s refreshingly candid mayoral candidate

    Newton: Jan Perry, L.A.'s refreshingly candid mayoral candidate
    Los Angeles city and county governments are full of officials who profess to be candid but who are, in fact, evasive or even deceptive. City Councilwoman Jan Perry is not one of them. She is refreshingly open, even blunt. She's affable, but she takes...
  • Newton: Is Eric Garcetti mayoral material?

    Newton: Is Eric Garcetti mayoral material?
    Eric Garcetti is one of the city's more likable public officials. He's smart, dapper, quietly confident, attentive to detail, seasoned enough to be taken seriously by power brokers but boyish enough to tend his Twitter feed. He's quite liberal but also...
  • They're off and running in the L.A. mayor's race

    They're off and running in the L.A. mayor's race
    If the Los Angeles mayoral election were held tomorrow, three candidates would be elbowing for the lead: City Councilman Eric Garcetti, City Controller Wendy Greuel and County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky. That comes from a new poll, conducted by the Center...
  • Newton: The tangled web of DWP rate increases

    Newton: The tangled web of DWP rate increases
    Once the Los Angeles City Council quits its faux hand-wringing and approves AEG's proposal to build a football stadium downtown, it will face the hard and often acrimonious job of deciding whether and how much to raise water and power rates for city...
  • L.A. officials crack down on street distributions on skid row

     
    Dozens of groups from across the Southland converge on downtown Los Angeles every week to hand out food and clothing in skid row, which has been called the homeless capital of the nation. Most draw a crowd, but not everyone......
  • Big dreams from downtown Los Angeles' big developers

     
    An exhibit hall that could be transformed into a football stadium and an electric street car that could whisk people up Broadway were some of the big ideas tossed around Tuesday by some of downtown Los Angeles’ most influential developers.......
  • L.A. voters set to decide March 8 if council should get more control over DWP

     
    The Los Angeles City Council sent voters a ballot measure on Tuesday that would allow council members to remove the top executive of the DWP by a two-thirds vote. The measure, one of 11 scheduled to appear on the March......