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The property owner of an alleged maternity hotel operation has entered into an agreement with the city to bring the controversial home up to city code...Davis issued a judgment against homeowner Hai Yong Wu and Los Angeles Hermes, Inc. Woodglen Drive.
12/15/2012 06:15:52 AM PST Updated: 12/15/2012 03:02:15 PM PST A year after El Segundo officials pondered a controversial tax hike for the Chevron oil refinery, both sides may have reached a deal that would funnel $134 million into city coffers
Faced with a lawsuit from a group representing a fleet of food trucks, El Segundo city leaders this week will consider repealing part of a local law that limits how long the vendors can idle on public streets. At its Tuesday meeting, the City Council
Former El Segundo City Manager Doug Willmore has filed a claim alleging his firing violated anti-retaliation and whistleblower laws. The City Council on Feb. 9 voted 3-2 to dismiss Willmore, with Mayor Eric Busch and Councilman Bill Fisher opposed.
El Segundo's city attorney sent a strongly worded letter to the Wiseburn School District this week that accuses officials of violating the state's open meetings law when weighing potential sites for a high school. The city alleges the district's
29:30 PM PDT Updated: 05/16/2011 10:30:34 PM PDT A judge has ordered revisions to the El Segundo city attorney's analysis of a proposed Fire Department merger that will go to a vote in April 2012, deciding that in places he "failed to be impartial."
Powered by FeedBurner Questions/Answers Questions and answers on Daily Breeze stories from readers like you...Agostoni Staff Writer Posted: 03/19/2011 07:12:14 AM PDT Updated: 03/19/2011 10:35:25 PM PDT A legal challenge is brewing over the
A Southwest Washington man who grew marijuana for a dying cancer patient has been acquitted of drug charges. Mark Hensley of Vancouver was arrested a year ago with 133 marijuana plants, many of them small clones. Hensley's lawyer, Douglas Hiatt, says