Bike Path Next to LA River Littered With Needles in Places — But County Might Move Forward With Expansion

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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be expanded, but residents are concerned about homeless people who live along it, and and drug paraphernalia they leave on the ground.
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Evelyn Aleman
The county of Los Angeles may move forward with expanding a serene bike path along the Los Angeles River, despite the fact that residents are complaining about parts of it being littered with drugs, needles, and people passed out on benches.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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Evelyn Aleman
A bike path along the LA River may be extended, but residents say officials should address the homelessness issues along it first.
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