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Councilman Dennis Zine

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Network Of 16 Surveillance Cameras Watch Over West Valley, Topanga Areas

Crooks should step lightly in the West Valley, now that the LAPD has installed a network of 16 state-of-the-art wireless cameras to help cut down on crime.

01/17/2013

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City Council Backs Law Keeping Cops’ Information Confidential

The Los Angeles City Council has unanimously approved a resolution supporting a bill allowing police officers to keep their personal information confidential and inaccessible to the public.

03/06/2012

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Report Sparks Debate Over Who’s To Blame For Millions In Occupy LA Costs

The taxpayers’ tab for Occupy L.A. has reached an estimated $2.3 million, and officials say there’s more to come. The new figures have sparked a debate at City Hall about who’s to blame for the costs, and whether it was really necessary to spend all that money.

12/23/2011

The LAPD publishes detailed biographical information about some of its command staff and captains on its own website, but other personal information is not publicly disclosed. (LAPDOnline.org)

LA Councilman: Leaked Info On LAPD Officers Could Put Families At Risk

A City Council member called on Monday for state lawmakers to help the personal information of law enforcement officers remain confidential.

12/12/2011

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City Council Questions Port Director On $200K Party Exposed By CBS2 News

The director of the Port of L.A. Tuesday had to explain to the L.A. City Council why she spent nearly $200,000 to wine and dine people at a lavish party, which was exposed by a CBS2 News investigation.

11/23/2011

Beatriz Stotzer (credit: CBS)

Sons Of LA Housing Commissioner Getting Preferential Treatment?

A CBS2 News investigation has uncovered the sons of an L.A. City Housing commissioner living in an apartment complex that hundreds of low-income families are waiting to get into.

05/24/2011

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DWP Customers Urged To Report Billing Errors

City officials say they have a plan to crack down on faulty billing practices by the Department of Water and Power and are calling on customers to come forward with complaints.

04/26/2011

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$100K Reward Offered For Arrest Of School Officer Shooter

Authorities are planning an $80,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman who shot and wounded a Los Angeles school police officer as police continue a search for the suspect.

01/21/2011