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  • Annual Citizen's Roundtable: a thing of the past in Delray Beach

     
    If you were waiting for that time in January when Delray Beach city officials and staff prepare the state of the city address and town hall meeting at the Old School Square gymnasium, don't hold your breath. An opportunity to......
  • San Francisco sheriff vows to fight domestic violence, other charges

     
    San Francisco County Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi is vowing to remain in office and fight charges of misdemeanor domestic violence, child endangerment and dissuading a witness related to an apparent New Year's Eve fight with his wife....
  • Greuel says L.A. has lost out on revenue from street furniture [Updated]

     
    Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel said Thursday that the city has lost out on more than $23 million in revenue in part because officials have been slow to approve permits for street furniture....
  • L.A. Council offers $322,000 to tenants evicted from unsafe units

     
    The Los Angeles City Council voted to provide up to $322,000 in relocation money to dozens of low-income tenants who must move from a South L.A. apartment building declared unsafe by inspectors....
  • Political newcomer Joe Buscaino captures vacant L.A. council seat

     
    Police officer Joe Buscaino, a political newcomer who captured an open Los Angeles City Council seat in a decisive win over a comparably seasoned opponent, said in a victory speech late Tuesday night that he is an "average Joe" who......
  • New Poll Shows Voters Favor Smaller Legislature, Term Limits.

     
    A New Poll ... ... by the good government group Democracy Rising shows Pennsylvanians coming down strongly on the side of reform issues in state government. Nearly two-thirds (62 percent) of respondents to the poll conducted by Terry Madonna Opinion......
  • Bethlehem signs off on escrow borrowing

     
    Bethlehem City Council voted unanimously this week to give retroactive approval for the city borrowing $900,000 from a restricted account to make the first payroll of the year. The administration transferred the money two weeks ago so that there would...
  • Long Beach police responded as women loaded dogs into U-Haul

     
    Long Beach police responded to a dog boarding facility as two women were loading dogs onto a U-Haul truck but left because there was no criminal activity, a top city official said Tuesday....
  • Are ethics code foes distorting the truth?

     
    As part of the effort to weaken Broward's tough new ethics code in some local municipalities, are some officials distorting the truth to rally support for their cause? I ask because it seems salary-disclosure requirements might not apply to appointed........
  • AG Candidate Freed Withholds Judgment On State's Handling of #Sandusky Case.

     
    HERSHEY _ The only Republican candidate for Attorney General reserved judgment on the handling of the Penn State sexual abuse investigation Friday, and said he'd step aside if forced to investigate a family member who formerly served as the chairman......
  • Occupy Oakland: Police arrest 300, officials decry 'illegal activity'

     
    Oakland police made more than 300 arrests during a tense Occupy Oakland protest Saturday, with city officials expressing frustration and outrage at the tactics of some demonstrators. City Administrator Deanna Santana said the city "will not be bullied...
  • Oakland police arrest 19 in clash with Occupy protesters

     
    Oakland police faced off Saturday afternoon with hundreds of Occupy movement protestors during a much-anticipated demonstration focused on the takeover of “a large vacant building in an undisclosed location downtown.”...