A proposal for the non-profit Korean American Museum Inc. to build a museum at Sixth Street and Vermont Avenue could be approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles City Council, the Los Angeles Daily News reports. It’s controversial because the organization aims to include a $20 million apartment building on the museum site while paying a lease to the city of only $1 a year. But some say the city should not give away the land which is estimated to be worth at least $5 million.
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