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LA Times: How do we open Griffith Park to people, not cars?

The Department of Recreation and Park presents a proposal to alleviate congestion at Griffith Park. The Los Angeles Times Editorial Board chimes in. 

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LA Times: City Council votes to eject smokeless tobacco from Dodger Stadium, other venues

City Council approves ordinance to ban use of smokeless tobacco at sports venues and City parks. 

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Video: Metro Presents La Brea Decking Draft Traffic Management Plan

On Monday, January 11, 2016 Metro presented the results of a traffic study and Traffic Management Plan (TMP) for the Purple Line Extension at the Wilshire/La Brea subway station. Read the full story here.

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Larchmontbuzz: Metro presents traffic plan for Wilshire Blvd. closure

Metro presents the results of a traffic study and Traffic Management Plan (TMP) for one of two closure options to facilitate the installation of a surface-level decking for construction of the Purple Line Extension at the Wilshire/La Brea subway station. 

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Baseline Mansionization/Baseline Hillside Hearing

This notice is to inform you of four public hearings for a proposed zoning code amendment to modify single family zone regulation. All interested persons are invited to attend any of the public hearings, at which you may listen, speak, and submit written information relating to the proposed project.

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Ryu on LA's sidewalk repair program

A multimillion-dollar taxpayer-funded program to fix dozens of miles of sidewalks outside Los Angeles-owned buildings is being questioned by a City Council member.

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Video: David Ryu's First 100 Days

Councilman David Ryu marks his first 100 days in office. Anna Marcos reports for Channel 35.

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Beverly Press: Planning commission favors tighter signage rules

“Legalizing signs without permits is the wrong approach for our city,” Ryu added. “I applaud the planning commission’s recent decision to protect our residential neighborhoods by keeping signs only in sign districts.”

 

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Beverly Press: L.A. passes zoning guard for Wilshire & Valley neighborhoods

Ryu hopes to increase planning staff to expedite review process. “Ultimately, we need to expedite efforts to revise the baseline mansionization ordinance. The need for consistent and fair rules on mansionization laws throughout the entire city is urgent and past due,” Ryu said.

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Video: Citybeat October 26, 2015

Preserving a natural habitat in a popular Hollywood neighborhood, a multi-million dollar investment that aims to connect L.A. communities and paying tribute to the Korean American culture.

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