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Top 5 Local Government Stories

A list of some of the most influential government stories in Marina del Rey, Del Rey and the City of Los Angeles.

Water Rates To Increase 16 Percent in Marina del Rey

Rates in Marina del Rey will increase 3.3 percent in 2013, and 3 percent thereafter for the next four years, adding about $49 to customers’ bi-monthly bills.

 

Del Rey Residents Cast Their Votes in Presidential Election

Thousands of Del Rey residents are heading to the polls in November. Patch caught up with a few of them at Short Avenue Elementary School to ask how they felt about the election.

 

West L.A. Planning Board Denies AT&T Plans for Cell Towers on Washington Boulevard

More than 500 people had signed a petition opposing the installation of the wireless antennas.

 

Two Marina del Rey Residents on Top 500 Tax Delinquent List

Two Marina del Rey residents owe the State of California a combined total of about $3.25 million in back taxes

 

Centinela Avenue Could Become Del Rey's Main Street

Centinela Avenue could one day become a vibrant street full of pedestrians and bikers heading to a local farmers market.

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