Homeowners in the city of Los Angeles will no longer be penalized for fixing broken sidewalks in their own neighborhoods.
A report on a proposal to sell $3 billion in local bonds to pay for street repairs was scheduled to be presented to the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday.
Would you be willing to cough up an extra $24 a year or so to repair streets throughout Los Angeles? At least one City Council member thinks so.
Toyota has announced a recall of more than seven million vehicles with potential problems with the driver’s power window switch.
Does your home need a face lift? If so, home repair expert and TV personality Eric Stromer has some ideas that will spruce up any space!
As many as 15 cars had their tires flattened after hitting a pothole on the northbound 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.
The storm has proved to be a financial windfall for several local repair shops in Pasadena.
The city’s new sidewalk repair plan would force homeowners to fix broken concrete in front of their properties.