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The motion was introduced by Councilman Mitch O'Farrell, a member of the Wyandotte Nation.
The owner of the monument initially said Tuesday it would not remove it, then reportedly had a change of heart later in the day.
A man was holed up in the home, and surrounding residences were evacuated, police said. The standoff ended shortly before 6 a.m., when investigators decided that the man would not be arrested.
The council approved the contract despite lacking finalized figures about the costs and potential financial liabilities.
The current jaywalking law, which prohibits crossing on a flashing hand, does not reflect modern crossing signals, which include a countdown.
The cap was originally $2,000 for homeowners and $4,000 for commercial property owners. The City hopes the higher amount will encourage more Angelenos to participate in the program.
The plan includes rethinking Los Feliz’s five-point intersection at Hillhurst Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.
Frampton will play Griffith Park's Greek Theater along with the Steve Miller Band August 10th. This will mark Frampton’s first local appearance since last August.
This is now the third lawsuit that has been filed against the city regarding the issue of the Beachwood gate.
The nonprofit was honored by Laura Friedman late last month, just days after receiving an architecture award.
A solar eclipse will occur on August 21st, from 9:05 a.m. to 11:44 p.m.
Rodriguez has repeatedly pushed back against media reports of a pro-charter vs. anti-charter binary on the board.
A group of homeowners at nearby Wonder View Drive, say their neighborhood has suffered from the sign’s popularity as well.
From BBQ and rooftop bars to majestic sea creatures, take a trip to Long Beach, no car required.
Garcetti allocated $14 million in this year’s budget for additional operating costs for more frequent DASH service, weekend DASH service and new DASH buses.

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New Community Plan Has Big Local Changes

The plan includes rethinking Los Feliz’s five-point intersection at Hillhurst Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

Lawsuit Filed to Open Beachwood Gate to Hollywood Sign

This is now the third lawsuit that has been filed against the city regarding the issue of the Beachwood gate.

Local Rodriguez Now LAUSD Board President

Rodriguez has repeatedly pushed back against media reports of a pro-charter vs. anti-charter binary on the board.

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