The plan to build a streetcar in downtown Los Angeles picked up speed as the Los Angeles City Council called for a special election that could create a taxing district for the project. The Business Journal reports that downtown residents will be asked later this year to approve the creation of a community facilities district that would tax property owners over the next 30 years.
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