Author: 2UrbanGirls

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COMPTON – Compton officials will be asked to approve two resolutions to put a special election on the Nov. 8 ballot during the regular city council meeting scheduled for July 26. The resolutions seek to reduce the number of required meetings held per month and to eliminate a primary election…

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NORWALK, Calif. – There is heavy police presence at an AMC theatre in the city of Norwalk. Story is still developing. 🚨#BREAKING: Possible Active shooter reported at AMC theater in Norwalk, California.⁰⁰📌#Norwalk l #CA Multiple authorities are responding to possible Active shooter reported at AMC theater in Norwalk, California. where…

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LOS ANGELES – The Sixth Street Viaduct will be closed Sunday evening for a third night in a row — for what the Los Angeles Police Department characterized as “illegal activity.” “Unfortunately, we’ve entered another evening where the 6th St Viaduct had to be closed due to illegal activity,” the…

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INGLEWOOD – Despite an ongoing lawsuit against Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. his ex-aide has broken her silence after posting messages to friends and family on her social media account describing what she’s been going through since her employment ended with the City in December 2019. Melanie McDade served…

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Dear 2UrbanGirls, Please help us bring attention to the nasty conditions persisting in Supervisor Holly Mitchell’s 2nd District. We are at our wit’s end and are in need of NEW leadership! East Gardena Homeowner’s Association View this post on Instagram A post shared by East Gardena Homeowners’ Assoc (@eastgardenaneighborhoodassoc) View…

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SACRAMENTO – The Sacramento Bee is reporting that the state is asking for some landlords and tenants to return rent relief payments they may have obtained fraudulently. California is demanding that thousands of tenants and landlords who were approved for emergency rental assistance during the pandemic return the money —…

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The Compton Community College District (CCCD) Citizens’ Bond Oversight Committee’s 2020-2021 Annual Report was presented to the CCCD Board of Trustees at its July 18, 2022 meeting. The Annual Report is available on the CCCD website at: https://www.compton.edu/district/citizens_bond_oversight/annual-reports.aspx As outlined in the Education Code Section 15278, the role of the Citizens’…

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