USC has bent over backwards to accommodate neighborhood "anti-poverty advocates" but still they want more. How much do these extortionists want from USC? Apparently more, a lot more.
The LAT reports:
Anti-poverty advocates worry the upgrade will push out poor families who live in the neighborhoods immediately surrounding the campus in South L.A. USC and city officials have been negotiating in private over how much money the university should place into a trust fund to help offset those losses.
Those talks are not yet concluded, city and USC officials said.
As lawyers carry on with their puffery and rack up billable hours, those construction and permanent jobs that are so badly needed in the area stay on hold.