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  • Zipcar expands near UCLA and USC

     
    Driving in Los Angeles, especially around universities, just got a little bit easier. The city, in partnership with Zipcar, is adding 12 hybrids and SmartWay-rated vehicles to an existing car-sharing program based around UCLA and USC. Officials hope the...
  • L.A. council clamps down on a crowing problem: roosters

     
    Hoping to quell the amount of crowing across the city, the Los Angeles City Council passed a law today limiting the number of roosters that each household can own. In a 12-0 vote, the council agreed to allow only one......
  • Strip club near LAX to be demolished for a parking lot

     
    The strip club advertising ???Nude Nude Nudes??? near Los Angeles International Airport, which has titillated, distracted or disgusted tourists driving on Century Boulevard for decades, has been shut down. It will be turned into a parking lot. The lease...
  • L.A. council wants to level $1,000 fine against those who illegally remove trees

     
    Looking to protect more of its urban forest, the Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to draft a law allowing city inspectors to issue a $1,000 fine for anyone who illegally removes a street tree. Under the proposal, citations would......
  • Santa Monica, L.A. ask for animal declawing restrictions

     
    The Santa Monica City Council voted this week to draft an ordinance to restrict animal declawing in the city. Los Angeles is considering a similar proposal, as is San Francisco. The motion, introduced by council members Kevin McKeown and Gleam......
  • L.A. requires anti-graffiti materials on all new single-family homes

     
    Opening a new front in the city's efforts to reduce tagging, the Los Angeles City Council today approved an ordinance requiring that new homes built in the city include some type of finish that is resistant to graffiti spray paint.......
  • Dogtown boys to inaugurate new Venice Beach Skate Park Saturday

     
    Jay Adams, Tony Alva, Jesse Martinez and Geri Lewis will be among the professional and amateur skateboarding aficionados on hand Saturday to christen the new $2.4-million Venice Beach Skate Park with a few ollies and tuck knees. The long-awaited 16,000-...
  • Venice agency buys 20-unit building to provide affordable housing for homeless

     
    The Venice Community Housing Corp. has bought a $3.6-million apartment building that will be used to provide affordable housing for people who are now homeless. Housing units are expected to become available starting early next year. The city of Los......
  • City committee declines to recommend Google e-mail contract

     
    The Los Angeles City Council's Budget and Finance committee agreed Wednesday evening to skip voting on a proposed contract with Google Inc. to replace the city's e-mail system, passing the decision on to the full City Council amid unresolved concerns...
  • L.A. City Council pulls back plan to raise fees for development appeals

     
    Bowing to pressure from homeowner groups and environmental advocates, the Los Angeles City Council voted today to pull back a plan to hike fees for residents and groups that seek to challenge the city???s development decisions. The council had been......
  • Nancy Daly and friends ... lots and lots of friends

     
    She was a woman who ''moved mountains in those Manolos'' -- one of the many words of praise Carol Biondi had to say about her old friend Nancy Daly at a memorial celebration on Wednesday evening. Hundreds of people filed into Royce Hall to honor Nancy's...