Community Groups say USC’s Master Plan lacks guarantees for the neighborhood

Standing in the shade of a small pocket park sandwiched between modest apartments and the 110 Freeway Juana Osorio spoke emphatically through an interpreter:  “Me and my husband are on a very fixed income – we’re both already retired, so we depend on the support that my daughter and her husband living with us give us to share the rent.”  Osorio is paying $1500 a month for a small house in the Estrella section of University Park, just north of USC.

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