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Ed Reyes

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  • Mailbag: Dining at IHOP is always great

    One of the best restaurants in Glendale is IHOP. The food is excellent; never a bad meal there. The waiters and waitresses are so friendly, so pleasant, always. One of the assistant managers greets customers at the door, seats them at a table when they...
  • A bit player in L.A.'s medical marijuana theater

    A bit player in L.A.'s medical marijuana theater
    All right, so I'm a few days late with this update on my medical marijuana adventures. In answer to readers, no, I was not too stoned to write about it earlier. Nor was I under the influence when I proposed on Sunday to Jamie McCourt, who hopes to get...
  • L.A. Council approves purchase of dairy site for future park along Los Angeles River

     
    The Los Angeles City Council today approved the purchase of a 6.3-acre dairy site along the L.A. River that officials hope to transform into a public park and water treatment center. Officials have eyed the Albion Dairy site for several......
  • L.A. City Council wants bullet train officials to weigh two options for Union Station

     
    The Los Angeles City Council unanimously urged officials at the California High Speed Rail Authority today to consider two proposed alternatives for the bullet train stop at Union Station downtown. Councilman Ed Reyes said the alternatives were crucial to...
  • Rain dampens L.A. councilman's Winter Wonderland for children [Updated]

     
    Winter rain has dampened the mood this morning at Councilman Ed Reyes’ annual Winter Wonderland at Elysian Park. The event for about 400 inner-city kids usually offers a taste of winter -- complete with artificial snow, a snowman and Santa......
  • New questions about L.A. buffer zone for medical-marijuana businesses [Updated]

     
    The City Council’s proposed restrictions on where medical-marijuana dispensaries could locate in Los Angeles would eliminate most sites, according to maps drawn by city planners. City Councilman Ed Reyes said Tuesday that the current proposal — a 1,...
  • L.A. City Council bars new billboard-modernization permits

     
    With Angelenos complaining about digital billboards that flash into their homes and gardens, the Los Angeles City Council asked city inspectors today to set up a process for reviewing the permits for 101 electrified signs that were modernized under a........
  • L.A. City Council tries again today to adopt a medical marijuana ordinance

     
    After a hiatus of almost a month, the Los Angeles City Council returns today to the controversial issue of how to regulate medical marijuana dispensaries, and city leaders hope they will finally be able to vote on their long-delayed ordinance.......
  • Dispensary operators say L.A. marijuana ordinance will harm patients

     
    Medical marijuana dispensary advocates assailed the Los Angeles City Council's vote today to approve a medical marijuana ordinance, saying the measure was unworkable and would dramatically restrict access to patients who need the drug. The council voted...
  • L.A. police arrest man suspected of molesting girls in Mid-City area

     
    L.A. police detectives have arrested a man they believe is responsible for molesting at least four girls over the last two years in the Mid-City area. Police officials plan to identify the man Tuesday afternoon at a news conference. The......
  • Some disabled and low-income senior citizens will see trash fees rise next year

     
    In a chaotic eight-hour budget hearing Wednesday, members of the Los Angeles City Council set aside a slew of budget proposals designed to prevent the city from going bankrupt. But they did approve a reduction to one subsidy program that......