Thursday, March 27, 2008

News Roundup, March 28

Daniel Murphy High School question and answer (Curbed)
New plan to cut down on red tape for developers (Curbed)
Five tenants for 5900 Wilshire (Globe St.)
Update on 5550 Wilshire (Curbed)

Local Businesses
Trader Joe's (or rumors of Ace Gallery?) relocating to La Brea car dealership (Curbed)

Cellphone law may not make roads safer (LA Times)

Law Enforcement
Los Angeles under-policed; officers doing civilian jobs due to hiring freezes (Daily News) (LA Times)
Bratton: race may have played a role in recent shootings (Daily Breeze)

Another steep drop in housing prices (LA Times)
Renters priced out of LA (LA Times)
310,000 LA County homes being reassessed (Long Beach Press-Telegram)

City News
Delays in database of billboards in LA (LA Times)
West Hollywood's permit parking issues (West Hollywood News)
Feinstein questions elimination of public corruption unit in LA (LA Times)
Why LA has so few parks (LA Weekly)
Zoo admission prices up due to budget deficit (LAist)

Mid-City West Transportation, Parking and Streetscape meeting -- 7pm Tuesday, April 1, National Council of Jewish Women, 543 N. Fairfax Avenue, Room 103 (Agenda) MMAC MEMBERS NEEDED TO ATTEND -- WILL ADDRESS TOW-AWAYS IN PPD 78
MMAC Free Movie Night -- When Harry Met Sally -- 8pm Wednesday, April 2, Busby's
LA Times Festival of Books -- April 26 and 27 (info on LAist)

Sites of Interest
Apartment Therapy Los Angeles (design, living well, related events) -- MMAC member Abby Stone writes for the site


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