Many residents of the Pico-Union district believe they have been overlooked in the clamor over a new football venue.
Tim Leiweke had courted them all: lawmakers in Sacramento, politicians at City Hall, business leaders in the Valley and neighborhood groups on the Westside. And, of course, he had wooed folks in the pricey downtown condos that look out on Staples Center and his company’s glitzy entertainment complex, L.A. Live.
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