Will Montebello be the new Bell? The California state controller says there’s evidence that the working-class city east of downtown L.A. has produced years of false financial reports. The city could go broke later this year.
Photo credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times

Will Montebello be the new Bell? The California state controller says there’s evidence that the working-class city east of downtown L.A. has produced years of false financial reports. The city could go broke later this year.

Photo credit: Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times

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    Crazy.
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  8. jessthevagabond said: How about looking into Huntington Park? I’m sure the folks here have done much worse then Bell has, we pay higher property taxes than folks who live in Beverly Hills.
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