As Los Angeles City Hall struggles with updating its antiquated technology systems, the city will donate or get rid of about 10,000 computers deemed unusable by city employees. . . Another 2,000 older city computers will also be donated. About 1,500 computers are being given to nonprofit centers that serve low-income communities, while another 1,500 will go directly to families in Baldwin Hills and Koreatown. The two neighborhoods were chosen as part of the donation pilot program called OurCycle L.A., said Vicki Curry, spokesperson for Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. A lottery will be used to determine which community groups receive the hardware.