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A bright, family-owned Mexican restaurant in corruption-plagued Bell, El Tacazo served as a haven for the righteous crusaders of the Bell Residents Club who brought the scandal to light. And once City Hall was flushed of its key perpetrators, community meetings here became crucial to undoing the slimy culture the Bell Eight left behind. Celebrate the dissidents’ bravery with a big fat carne asada burrito – or maybe an ice-cold cerveza.
Even before the Los Angeles Times investigation into Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo's million-dollar salary led to the arrest of Rizzo and his seven alleged conspirators, the 90 percent Latino population needed a place to organize to reclaim their town. El Tacazo, a bright, family-owned Mexican restaurant, was that haven for the Bell Residents Club. And once City Hall was flushed of its key perpetrators, community meetings became crucial to undoing the slimy culture the Bell Eight left... More »
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