CorruptionWire: Low-income housing firm Advanced Development and…

Low-income housing firm Advanced Development and Investments has agreed to pay $165,000 in exchange for the LA ethics commission dropping its investigation into the company’s alleged campaign money laundering, because apparently you can just do that : “Los Angeles has provided the company with roughly $29 million in subsidies to build multistory apartments in Lincoln Heights, Chinatown and other neighborhoods near downtown. ADI’s taxpayer-assisted projects have developed a series of maintenance problems, including exposed wiring, cracked stucco and leaky roofs, windows and pipes.” [LAT, image via MMO Designer ]

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