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  • L.A. council committee delays vote on zoning for Hollywood

     
    A key L.A. city planning committee put off a vote on a controversial plan to bring denser development to parts of Hollywood....
  • Over objections, L.A. City Council approves new voting districts

     
    The L.A. City Council gave final approval to new boundaries for its 15 voting districts, over the objections of Korean-American activists and two council members who represent much of South Los Angeles....
  • Koretz backs reapproval of Sherman Oaks synagogue

     
    L.A. City Councilman Paul Koretz told a land-use committee Tuesday that he had no objection to moving forward with expansion of a Sherman Oaks synagogue that is taking a second lap through City Hall for approval and has sparked bitter......
  • Newton: City Hall's embrace of Occupy L.A.

    Newton: City Hall's embrace of Occupy L.A.
    What's a rebel to do? In New York, demonstrators have tussled with police, and in Rome, authorities used tear gas on them. Meanwhile, members of Occupy L.A. pitched their tents, erected their signs and girded for battle with the establishment, only to...
  • Pico-Union intersection to be named for Salvadoran archbishop

     
    Central Americans who have pushed for years to call the Pico-Union area “Historic Central America Town” have yet to earn the title, but they will soon gain recognition along one intersection of the neighborhood....
  • Newton: City Councilman Ed Reyes is a man on a mission

    Newton: City Councilman Ed Reyes is a man on a mission
    I've occasionally given City Councilman Ed Reyes a hard time. A few weeks ago, when he introduced a motion to let his colleagues violate the city's Arizona boycott policy, established in response to that state's repugnant immigration law, it seemed...
  • Key L.A. panel recommends against big-box ban in Chinatown

     
    A city planning panel voted to oppose a plan to ban large chain stores in L.A.'s Chinatown, despite pressure from labor-allied groups who are fighting Wal-Mart’s effort to expand in the area....
  • Los Angeles lawmakers cheer on protesters outside City Hall

     
    Occupy L.A.: Los Angeles City Council members on Tuesday visited the protesters who have camped outside City Hall. Councilman Bill Rosendahl plans to introduce a resolution tomorrow supporting the demonstrators....
  • With conflict-law exemption, Reyes wants to rejoin rail board

     
    L.A. City Councilman Ed Reyes said he is interested in returning to the board of a San Gabriel Valley light rail project now that the governor has signed a bill exempting project officials from a state conflict of interest law....
  • Gold Line officials exempted from state's conflicting-offices law

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a bill that specifically exempts officials of a San Gabriel Valley light-rail project from another state law that prohibits them from holding multiple public offices with interests that could conflict....
  • L.A. council members may exempt themselves from Arizona boycott

     
    Members of the Los Angeles City Council could exempt themselves from their boycott of Arizona over immigration law enforcement issues. Some members want to...