Could a "one bad apple" situation threaten a plan to get Valley secession on the next election ballot, even if preliminary blueprints have already shown it could exist as a viable separate city?

The results of a study released last week conclude that a divorce of San Pedro and Wilmington from Los Angeles would, in just three years, produce an annual deficit of $35...

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