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December 6, 1990 | GARY LIBMAN
Los Angeles and many other Southern California cities have enacted curfew ordinances, but most are generally enforced only when police receive complaints. The Los Angeles Police Department arrested only 110 juveniles for curfew violations in 1989, while Long Beach and Compton officers have been only slightly more active.
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April 28, 1991 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A growing legion of neighborhood activists and local politicians, fed up with the level of alcohol sales, is on the march and retailers are on the defensive. In response to claims of a link between concentrations of alcohol sellers and crime and blight, local governments throughout the region--including Los Angeles, San Diego and West Hollywood--have made it difficult or impossible for new stores in certain areas to get permits to sell alcohol.
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April 28, 1991 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A growing legion of neighborhood activists and local politicians, fed up with the level of alcohol sales, is on the march and retailers are on the defensive. In response to claims of a link between concentrations of alcohol sellers and crime and blight, local governments throughout the region--including Los Angeles, San Diego and West Hollywood--have made it difficult or impossible for new stores in certain areas to get permits to sell alcohol.
NEWS
December 6, 1990 | GARY LIBMAN
Los Angeles and many other Southern California cities have enacted curfew ordinances, but most are generally enforced only when police receive complaints. The Los Angeles Police Department arrested only 110 juveniles for curfew violations in 1989, while Long Beach and Compton officers have been only slightly more active.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1990
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe issued a court order Monday stopping the cities of Azusa, Lynwood and Pasadena from enforcing ordinances designed to stop aerial malathion spraying by banning low-altitude formation flying. Yaffe granted a request from the state for a preliminary injunction, saying that local ordinances cannot restrict the state during emergency eradication programs, such as the one developed for the 11-month-old Medfly infestation in Southern California.
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