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Buscaino Comes Face-to-Face With Navigation Center Opponents

Los Angeles City Councilman Joe Buscaino was heckled by angry residents at an Oct. 4 public forum. His office organized the event to seek feedback on his proposal to bring a homeless navigation center to San Pedro.

The Buscaino Report:

Hiding the Homeless Ball from the Neighbors After a year of waiting for solutions councilman uses task force to hide his plans By James Preston Allen,...

Joe Buscaino, Saving San Pedro: ‘Cease and Desist’

By Kevin Walker, RLn Contributor On April 5, District 15 Councilman Joe Buscaino and founders of the Facebook group, Saving San Pedro, were dealt a...

Activists Ask Garcetti and Beck:

Are You Listening? By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Photo by Phillip Cooke The Los Angeles Forum on Crime at the Warner Grand Theatre on Feb. 4 was...

Aggrieved Residents Have Their Say About Homeless People

Photos and Article by Kevin Walker, Neon Tommy, Annenberg Digital News Community activists from San Pedro left City Hall satisfied on Nov. 17, after the...

Do Not Feed the Pigeons (or the Homeless)

It’s time to consider the consequences of criminalizing the homeless By James Preston Allen, Publisher While the great homeless debate continues to inspire both citizen vigilantes...

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