Bunker Hill (CA) Residents Have Been at Legal War For Three Years Over a Pool

If you stood on top of the new Broad museum in Downtown Los Angeles and had really good aim, you could hurl a basketball right into a ginormous “resort-style” swimming pool on Bunker Hill. And you wouldn’t hurt anyone, because, these days, there’s hardly anyone ever in it.    Read the article……….


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