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  • ... the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said. [scald=39105:kl_image_original_context ... Villaraigosa for working "tirelessly to build this port up" and for his role in helping end the strike. "He was here after ...
  • ... [scald=39127:kl_image_original_context] Villaraigosa signs off on solar agreement at Occidental College, with ... saying: This ground-breaking agreement is great news for everyone involved. From the Moapa Band of Paiutes, who are building ...
  • The harbor pilots of the Port of Los Angeles earn some of the city's highest wages. And shippers ... were private contractors, and each pilot boat competed with others in the fleet for incoming ships. Especially fast pilot boats and ... according to a recent report in the Daily News by staff writer Kerry Cavanaugh.) Configure block ...
  • ... political watchers seem to agree: L.A.'s Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa may have won his second term mere months ago, but it's probable ... From the L.A. Times to the Daily News to the L.A. Weekly , the defeat of his preferred city ...
  • ... of Los Angeles and Long Beach are enormous - the largest port facility in the nation, movers of much of the world's goods, and the ... as an incentive - as much as $5,250 per docking for ships with the newest engine technology. In ten years, under this and other air ...
  • A noticeably frustrated Villaraigosa recently berated the political system for limiting his ability ... Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa seems to give up on L.A.'s deficit in an NPR interview, blaming ... from an L.A. Weekly writeup: In an interview with National Public Radio published over the weekend, the two-thirds vote it ...
  • Mayor Villaraigosa is aiming to close the budget gap through a combination of ... The Daily News delivers more specifics on Villaraigosa 's budget proposal : ... revenues and increasing pension costs could leave L.A. with a $1-billion budget shortfall within three years. Ron Kaye, ...
  • Some in the national media see Mayor Villaraigosa's political "resurrection." In Los Angeles, the signs are less ... Commons License Which Way L.A.? quizzed Mayor Villaraigosa yesterday (3/6/12) along with David Abel (publisher of the Planning Report) and Jim Newton ...
  • ... the 1950s and the sardine and tuna canneries closed, the Port of Los Angeles in 1963 tried to re-imagine what 30-acres of disused ... port repeatedly for extensions of their development agreement . The latest extension ends in early November. The port's ...
  • ... This week, host Val Zavala sat down for a frank interview with outspoken TV journalist and commentator Bill Moyers about the state of ...

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