Commission members agree to spend up to $52 million on improvements around the museum planned for Grand Avenue in downtown L.A. The move comes as cities try to tie up funds targeted by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Los Angeles redevelopment commissioners agreed Thursday to spend up to $52 million to build parking and other improvements around billionaire Eli Broad's planned downtown art museum, an action characterized by some as an attempt to keep future tax dollars out of state hands.
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