According to the Los Angeles Times, East L.A. is not going to get to be its own city.  The  Local Agency Formation Commission is expected to vote no on the proposal tomorrow, saying that there are not enough revenue generating business to sustain a city and that it would go broke in just three years.

East L.A. is home to over 125,000 people according to 2010 census figures.

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