Inspectors gave failing cleanliness grades to more than 370 miles of streets and alleys in Los Angeles, or about 4% of the city. The grades were based on observations of illegal dumping, bulky items, loose litter and weeds in those areas.

Where are L.A.'s dirtiest streets?


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