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Council panel deals setback to proposed homeless housing project in Boyle Heights

A Los Angeles City Council committee has rebuffed the city’s blue-ribbon homeless housing advocates, siding with a Boyle Heights shopping center owner who opposed a project to build 49 units for mentally ill homeless people. In a procedure that provoked cries of bewilderment from the project’s supporters,...
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