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LA City Hall Overrun By Rats

Rodents & Mice

Rains, staff cuts blamed.

| January 14, 2011

LOS ANGELES — It’s no secret that City Hall has its share of vermin, but up until now it was mostly limited to the two-legged variety.

Not anymore, says KNX 1070′s Claudi Peschuitta.

While there is no shortage of theories seeking to explain the infestation — ranging from leftover food to budget cuts — city officials say it’s the recent rainy weather that has brought out the rats.

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