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LA County votes 5-0 to use eminent domain to take South LA property from developer

Developer: “We are determined to move ahead with this project even if it takes a lawsuit” The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to use eminent domain to seize properties from a developer at Vermont and Manchester avenues in South LA. After taking control of the property, the county intends to build a mixed-use project that includes schools, a transit hub, affordable housing, and retail.
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