Buscaino/Englander Road Bond Road Show

For more on this odd election year, non-election year debate on a road bond proposal, see this piece. Then go to one of these hearings.

Hearings are also scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. on the following dates and locations:

– April 8 in the Harbor area at the Port of Los Angeles Administration Building at 425 S. Palos Verdes St.;

– April 16 at Van Nuys City Hall, 14410 Sylvan St.; and

– April 23 at the West Los Angeles Municipal Building, 1645 Corinth Ave.

Locations have not yet been set for hearings in South Los Angeles on April 25, and on the Eastside on April 30. (WE will update when locations are announced.)

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