los angeles doesn't even have the money to buy cities right now
I had wondered about that too, it's so odd. Perhaps it should become the city and county of Los Angeles.Why don't incorporate Los Angeles little Citys like Vernon or others? In times of crises is that a point where all communitys save the money and the borders of Los Angeles would looks better.
I think, if someone looks on a map, there are hundreds of little Citys and somewhere in the middle or north is Los Angeles.
If Los Angeles incorporate a few citys in the periphery, it could be easily to save money.
That's still not a reason to consolidate the county into one city.Whats the point? With the public transit connecting many parts of LA county, they are already one de facto city anyway.
Yesm.That's still not a reason to consolidate the county into one city.
"kenn" what's a proyect? Is that spanglish?
Sorry that you miss some of the basic city services but what would be the benefit for LA to incorporate unincorporated areas of the county or troubled cities like Bell? LA pretty much grew only when it needed something like water or a port. I don't see why LA would load itself down with cities and areas with very little real revenue. I'm hoping that a few places secede like Porter's Ranch, Northridge and Granada Hills. Take Reseda, Tarzana and Westlake while you're at it.well whatever should happen, please don't un-incorporate these cities you are all talking about. I live in unincorporated LA County, wedged between 2 cities in SGV, and I miss many of the services actual city residents gets. County also does not provide much for community beatification and preservation so not having a city municipal code causes a community to deteriorate in my opinion.
I never understand the point of having gaps of unincorporated LA County between and within cities. I think I know why they ended up as such, but why haven't cities annex these areas?
However with all this said, I also think these small cities have wasteful spending like you all said. I think LA City needs to grow