Protesters filled four corners of the intersection of Bundy Drive and West Olympic Boulevard in West Los Angeles Tuesday evening to decry a massive development planned for the intersection.
The proposed, 12-acre project called Bundy Village would include 385 residential units, retail space and medical facilities. Opponents say it would add 21,000 additional car trips a day to an area already burdened with traffic woes. They want it downsized, as does area Councilman Bill Rosendahl. But a leader of a committee Rosendahl created to work out a compromise with the developer says Bundy Village honcho Michael Lombardi refuses to meet with it. ABC7 had a report on Tuesday's protest, viewable after the jump:
View the video here.
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