City Of El Monte To Fix Up Foreclosed Homes For Low-Income Families The city of El Monte plans to buy bank-owned homes, fix them up, and then sell them to low-income families in an effort to combat foreclosures in the area.
Controversy Erupts Over Public Funds Slated For Farmers Field's Architectural FirmJeff Dietrich serves a thousand meals a day at his soup kitchen on skid row. He sees the poor and needy firsthand. But he does not see why a $1 million of taxpayer money, that could go to help the needy, is ending up in the hands of one of the world’s largest architectural firms.

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