Have you ever contacted an elected official to try and get help solving an issue?

L.A.'s plan to repair sidewalks would put the cost of repairs on adjacent commercial and government property owners, but in residential areas, the city would pay the costs.
L.A.'s plan to repair sidewalks would put the cost of repairs on adjacent commercial and government property owners, but in residential areas, the city would pay the costs.
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Los Angeles residents: Do you have something you need addressed in your neighborhood? Say a broken sidewalk or street lamps that need replacing. Perhaps you want different parking rules on your street. KPCC wants to know what steps you’ve taken to get your elected officials' attention in Los Angeles and whether it’s worked.

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