Eyewitness Newsmakers: Ask the Mayor
LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa answered your tough questions on Eyewitness Newsmakers.
There were a lot of questions about how the city is spending its money. The focus was on police and fire department pay cuts and furloughs, and whether lives are in danger.
Also discussed were issues with public transit and the disabled, and how best to run the city schools.
The mayor also discussed the unexpected retirement of LAPD Chief William Bratton.
- Video: Ask the Mayor, Part 1
- Video: Ask the Mayor, Part 2
- Video: Ask the Mayor, Part 3
- Video: Ask the Mayor, Part 4
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