The billboard controversy is still raging in Los Angeles, and the city’s mayor is trying to put a stop to it.
Mayor Eric Garcetti says he will hold a news conference tomorrow to discuss the issue.
The issue has been causing political trouble in the city for weeks, and Garcetti is still dealing with the fallout.
Garcetti said he believes there are signs the billboard is a sign of a growing problem in Los Angles.
He also says the billboard has caused damage to a number of businesses in the area.
The billboard has been vandalized multiple times, and one business owner who was approached by the city on behalf of a local news outlet said the vandalism was part of a campaign to attack his business.
Garcardi says the city has reached out to the newspaper to apologize, but the newspaper has yet to reply.
The Los Angeles Times published an editorial Wednesday saying that the billboard incident shows that the city is not willing to address a billboard that has caused the destruction of property.
“We understand that the billboards are an important part of the community, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused,” the editorial read.
The billboard issue has also been a political distraction in the mayor’s office, with Garcetti trying to keep his administration focused on other issues. “
And we continue to support local businesses that thrive on their unique brand, whether they are in the heart of the city or not.”
The billboard issue has also been a political distraction in the mayor’s office, with Garcetti trying to keep his administration focused on other issues.
Garcett said last week that he would not run for re-election in 2022, and has been holding weekly town hall meetings to discuss his agenda.
Garcdini is not running for reelection, but he said that he wants to be involved in the issues surrounding Los Angeles.
Garcs office also said that Garcetti will be in the news tonight to talk about the city, and to apologize for the billboard.
Garcde said the billboards have caused damage in the town and that it is a concern to him.
“There’s damage done, and there’s damage that needs to be repaired,” Garcdett said.
Garcfini said he’s received a lot of support from businesses, but also from the community.
“When the billboards come down, they’re a symbol that you don’t need to be in a bad place to be successful, so I’m going to do everything I can to fix the damage,” Garcfis statement read.
The city is working to have the billboards removed, Garcdisi said.
“The billboards are a symbol of the kind of thing that’s going on here.
They’re a symptom of the culture that we’re in,” Garcsfis statement reads.