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The L.A. Independent also thinks the Mayor's in trouble. But they call the Stanley Miller affair a potential "sword in the heart".... ? LAist doubts the issue will dictate much by March of next year.

The City Council will back a ballot initiative to spend $500 Million to clean up the city's rivers and lakes. Apparently, it's the only way we can meet the Clean Water Act benchmarks. (Times)

The Times also reports that ships at the Port of L.A. make the air dirty. File this one at Fark under "obvious."

Activist Juanita Tate passes away at the age of 66, following 25 years of service for South L.A.

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