Pico/Olympic Meeting Announced


At the end of the committee hearing, Rosendahl announced the time and location of his promised public meeting on the Mayor’s Pico/Olympic Plan. The meeting will be held on January 9 at 7 P.M., at Daniel Webster Middle School, 11330 West Graham Pl.

(photo from Los Angeles Times)

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