Los Angeles stores and businesses prepare for potential election-related unrest


I 24 hour news from several businesses in the South Land have been battening down the hatches for just in case things get out of hand honor after Election Day workers have already boarded up storefronts along Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, has announced the street's going to be close to pedestrians and vehicles Tuesday and Wednesday. L. A Mayor Garcetti says the city is in expecting unrest, but he's preparing just in case Ofthis building management company, Douglas MN sent a message to its tenants, saying its security staff will be on high alert and ready to respond should any events arise. It's also warned it's ground floor tenants to protect their businesses and has provided them with contact information on companies who will come board up their businesses. Aimee King KO Phi News voting machines in Riverside County

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