Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Closing Bell

I made post about the City of Bell back in July.  It looks like the mob strung up the noose today.

"The arrests of most of Bell's elected leaders Tuesday brought cheers and dancing in the streets in the small, working-class city, but added to the already deep uncertainty about its future.  With four of Bell's five City Council members facing corruption charges, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted to push for a court order to seize authority from them and turn day-to-day management over to an appointed receiver."
Source: Los Angeles Times

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