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Toxic L.A.School: Belmont Is Back On Cable TV...Sunday & Monday


Los Angeles, CA. Due to popular demand and continuing revelations of methane gas and hydrogen sulfide on new development sites in Los Angeles, the Full Disclosure Network® is re-running the two-part series entitled, “Belmont: The Black Hole of School Construction” to be featured tonight on

L. A. Cable Channel 36
* Sunday, July 29th Part-One at 8 p.m. Part-Two at 8:30 p.m.
* Monday; July 30th, Part One at 4 p.m. Part 2 at 4:30 p.m.

For Internet viewers an exclusive, free ten minute video on the toxic conditions at Belmont can be seen on “On Demand” 24/7, as a public service from video links on the Belmont page listed below.

A $132 million remediation for methane and hydrogen sulfide gases was planned but it is still uncertain if that has taken place and approval by Department of Toxic Substance Control, State of California was delayed for unknown reasons

Features exclusive video footage of major players involved in the planning, development, land deals, financing and investigations of the half a billion dollar, notorious Belmont Learning Center, in the L. A. Unified School District, (LAUSD) that was built on top of the old Los Angeles oil field.

Still incomplete the Belmont public school is now estimated to have cost almost a half a billion dollars after questionable remediation of toxic gases, seven years of investigations, lawsuits and controversy.

In the early 2000’s the Los Angeles news media ceased covering the Belmont Learning Center debacle, the LAUSD renamed the school “Vista Hermosa” and began plans to to redesign the project.

The Full Disclosure Network® (FDN) began documenting the history of the project by interviewing each of the major players at a time when Belmont was only 60% complete and had an estimated cost of $175 million to $228 million at that point in 2003.

Full Disclosure network® programs are billed as “the news behind the news” for the past fifteen years. In 2002 the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences presented a local public affairs Emmy to host Leslie Dutton for the special series entitled “L. A.’s War Against Terrorism" Featured on over 45 cable systems and the Internet, worldwide on, Channels and air times are listed on the website


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