Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Friday responded to a L.A. Weekly article that claimed he was financially broke.
For all their squabbling over fealty to union bosses and ethical lapses real or perceived, the two candidates who could succeed Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa agree on this: City Hall is in trouble.
The five leading candidates to replace Antonio Villaraigosa as LA mayor have spent a ton of money on TV advertising and despite this — or maybe because of this — a new poll suggests there is widespread apathy going into Tuesday’s runoff election.
Four Los Angeles mayoral candidates Monday questioned whether City Controller Wendy Greuel would be able to reform the LA Department of Water and Power in the wake of an endorsement in support of Greuel made by the union representing its workers.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa is putting an end to rumors that he’s up for a Cabinet position in the Obama administration.
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