Updated at the bottom with the City Council's vote: Also: The developer denies its fault study is wrong. First posted at 12:43 p.m. Tuesday. Despite a sharp warning to the L.A. City Council from Gov. Jerry Brown's top geologist on Saturday not to move forward on development permits, the council app ... More >>
Last October, when L.A. City Hall started drafting an ordinance that would lift the city's oppressive mural moratorium, we tried to be patient. Even though it had taken the City Council over a decade to get the ball rolling, we said, hey -- better late than never. We set aside our skepticism. We gav ... More >>
A. Scattergood Farmers market organizers may have an easier time setting up shop in residential and commercial areas if a new ordinance is passed by L.A.'s City Council. If the plan is approved, markets could be set up in any area of a residential neighborhood, and approval for commercial-a ... More >>
L.A.'s postwar zoning code on the chopping block
hollywoodfarmersmarket.netWhere ever will we get our organic chard bouquets?Updated throughout with clarifications and additional commentary from both sides. This is so not about parking. Originally posted on Dec. 6 at 5:10 p.m. The L.A. Film School has finally responded to angry locals who ... More >>
City Council tries to upend Community Plans and zoning protection
L.A. is a Wal-Mart town. Get used to it.
The high-stakes game of no-flush vs. flush