L.A. County in good shape, supervisor says



At a Calabasas Chamber luncheon last week, L.A. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky reported that the county’s financial health is improving.
"The condition of the county is pretty good because property tax revenues are up and the county has been stingy," he said. "We’re spending within our means."
Although Proposition A failed, the county still has plans to help the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department reopen two jails that had to be closed when money...

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