At a time when multiple California cities are struggling with bankruptcy and budget cuts, the third-largest city in Los Angeles County is enjoying the benefits of managing its finances.
Director Lee Hirsch believes Americans from all walks of life have faced a bully at one time and should be able to see the R-rated documentary.
The move comes after Standard & Poor’s said last week it would be downgrading the city’s $8 billion investment portfolio from AAA to AA.
With the recent deadly outbreak of tornadoes in the Midwest, twisters are on everybody’s mind, including Frank from El Segundo. Frank wanted to know how tornadoes are rated.
Engineers note that while over half of the city’s 600 bridges got a top grade for safety, a lack of funds has slowed replacements or retrofits on dozens of others.