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Add this to the growing list of questions about how LA City Hall operates – and take it as a cross-section of the growing concerns about corruption and continued frustration about the lack of significant progress of homelessness. I’m talking about the deal proposed by 14th District City Councilmember Jose Huizar to have the city pay about $1.3 million for a three-year lease of a portion of a warehouse at 1426 Paloma St., on the industrial edge of Downtown. The city also would pay to convert the space into an emergency shelter with 115 beds for homeless folks. And also…

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