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L.A. NOWThere was no debate Wednesday -– in fact there was almost no discussion at all -– when the Los Angeles City Council quietly awarded a $160-million bus contract to a controversial bidder....
L.A. NOWUnder pressure from veterans' advocates, U.S. Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) has urged the federal Department of Veterans Affairs to begin long-expected work on renovating a facility for homeless vets at the West Los Angeles VA campus....
National Fire Systems & Services — whose remodel of former Councilman John Drayman's condominium continues to drag out in court over claims of nonpayment — is claiming that the firm actually in charge of the project was the affordable...
In the calm before the storm, hopefully you prepared as best as you could for Hurricane Sandy's arrival. Now that she's gone, it's important to remain calm after the storm, too. If a tree crushed your car or fell on your home, or if your roof or...
Tags: Lawyers, Insurance, Allentown, Justice System, Charity
Annapolis officials are considering a plan to remove trash cans from city parks, a strategy they say would save money and could keep public spaces cleaner. Without trash cans, officials said, visitors would take refuse with them or learn to not produce...
A 45-year-old man doing contract work clearing trees after superstorm Sandy in a residential community in Annapolis was killed by a falling tree on Wednesday afternoon, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department. The death is the second...
Glendale this week agreed to extend its contract with the firm that manages five public parking lots for the city for $1.8 million. The agreement on the one-year extension came even as city officials work to address a number of problems, including...
Not all occupation licensing laws on the books in Annapolis actually protect Maryland consumers from harm. It's pretty clear that many of these laws misuse state sanctions to protect existing businesses from unwanted competition. Now a new study by the...
Tags: Health, Career and Workplace, Business, Laws, Labor Legislation
KEYW Holding Corp., a Hanover-based defense contractor, on Tuesday said it intends to sell 7.4 million shares at a public offering of $11.75 per share in an effort to raise money to pay down debt and to fund a recent corporate acquisition. The company...
Watchdog with Paul MuschickWhen hiring a home improvement contractor, choose carefully. There are many good ones out there, but others will give you trouble. Here's how you can protect yourself. Your starting point should be the registry kept by the state attorney general’s.....
In attempt to crackdown on unlicensed contractors operating in the city, Department of Code Enforcement inspectors opened up an abandoned house in the 3900 block of Carrollton Avenue to lure under-the-table operators into making renovation bids. “...
Taxpayers will be picking up former City Councilman John Drayman’s legal bills after he swapped a high-powered criminal attorney for a public defender. Drayman was indicted in May on charges that he embezzled between $304,000 and $880,000 from a...
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Sep 26, 2012 |Column| WXIN-LTV
Sep 21, 2012 |Story| Glendale News Press
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