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Attorney for Carson supervisors: City Center petition would be unenforceable

The attorney for the Board of Supervisors threw a monkey wrench into the anti-City Center petition Thursday, advising the board that he believes that it would be unenforceable because it violates state law.

Organizers say that they have thousands of voters' signatures to qualify the petition for the November ballot. If approved, it would bar the city from spending any public money to build the $28 million library/plaza complex envisioned in the City Center Project without a public vote.

But Deputy District Attorney Randal Munn told the board Thursday that the petition wouldn't comply with state law as interpreted in …

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