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Council District 4 has only 4% of the city’s high accident streets.
Public sentiment for the project, which will bring 96 units to the area, 16 of them affordable, is split down the middle.
A judge ruled in February public access through the gate interfered with the business of a nearby horse stable.
Starbucks’ permit application indicates they only plan to use about half of the 7,499 square-foot-space and will sublet the remaining square footage.
Two landmark Los Feliz homes are currently up for sale, including the infamous John Sowden House.
In 1,482 of the units studied, or 5.2%, landlords charged higher rents to tenants than allowed, while 464 units had tenants whose income exceeded the program’s guidelines.
In 2015, Americans learned that the water in Flint, Michigan contained dangerously high levels of lead. California has recently discovered a lead problem of its own.
After a year and a half of back-and-forth, the legal battle between Camelot Kids Preschool and the Disney family has finally ended.
Our new series exploring Los Angeles’s Metro system.

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Our Relatively Safe Streets

Council District 4 has only 4% of the city’s high accident streets.

Western/Franklin Project Delayed, Appeals Filed

Public sentiment for the project, which will bring 96 units to the area, 16 of them affordable, is split down the middle.

It’s Sunset for Beachwood Canyon Access to Griffith Park

A judge ruled in February public access through the gate interfered with the business of a nearby horse stable.

Starbucks To Open In Former Tangier Space

Starbucks’ permit application indicates they only plan to use about half of the 7,499 square-foot-space and will sublet the remaining square footage.

City Finds Flaws in Trading Density for Affordable Housing

In 1,482 of the units studied, or 5.2%, landlords charged higher rents to tenants than allowed, while 464 units had tenants whose income exceeded the program’s guidelines.

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