LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The first of six regional meetings will be held Wednesday night in downtown to educate Los Angeles residents about a $3 billion bond effort to repair potholes on the city’s damaged streets.
“I think it puts a lot of wear and tear on your tires. It costs us more money that we have to pay . . . lot of the city streets need repair,” one Angeleno said.READ MORE: Irvine Family's Cat Dies In Cargo Area Of Plane During International Flight
In January, Councilmen Mitch Englander and Joe Buscaino recommended that the bond measure should be placed on the May ballot, but calls for additional information have delayed their effort.
“Los Angeles has the worst streets in America,” Buscaino told KNX 1070. “We want to fix every failed street from Slymar to San Pedro. We’re looking at 8,700 lane miles.”READ MORE: Smith, Taylor homer in Dodgers’ 3-1 win over Phillies