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L.A. lawmaker 'astonished' at holdup in making city sidewalk repairs

Los Angeles leaders planned to spend $27 million on sidewalk repairs this budget year -- much more than the year before. But so far, more than halfway through the fiscal year, the city has yet to spend any of it.
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