VOICES--Although I serve as the Treasurer of a Neighborhood Council, I write as a concerned resident of Los Angeles, not as a Neighborhood Council representative.
VOICES--Parking enforcement resumes Thursday October 15, 2020 in the City of Los Angeles, for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak hourand anti-gridlock zones, and expired registration.
VOICES— The residents of 5110 and 5120 W. Washington Blvd (90016), a former motel built in 1946 and illegally converted to residential housing in recent years, received notices on May 29, 2020, that they had 30 days to vacate the premises.
VOICES-In response to an October 29, 2020 CityWatch opinion piece about DxE, counsel of DxE informed us of the following: No grooming allegations have ever been made against DxE or anyone in its leadership, neither in the Berkeleyside article referenced in CityWatchLA’s piece nor anywhere else, apart from a single, not credible allegation by what is termed as a ‘high-profile accuser.’
VOICES-Verizon has installed a Cell Street Light right in front of our building in the 2300 block of Beverly Glen in WLA despite our objections.
VOICES—Dear Councilman Krekorian. You have hurt Studio City in so many ways I do not know where to start.
VOICES--Above please find picture I took of the West LA Civic Center … home of Council District 11 in the West LA. So, I told Neighborhood Councils. Also, the home of the West LA farmer’s market.
VOICES--Developer corruption is an on-going way of life at LA city hall. Since 2006, every single member of LA City Council has engaged in felony behavior. That is what makes the FBI’s case bizarre; Huizar’s behavior is common.
VOICES-It’s interesting that the authors of the article “As Fires Rage, California Must Stop Building in Burn Zones” mentioned only the Tejon Ranch and Northlake projects in the Santa Clarita area and totally ignored the huge 21,500 unit Newhall Ranch project west of the I-5 on Highway 126, also in a high fire-hazard zone.
VOICES-Imagine that after a long career in building design and a list of over 4000 buildings in Los Angeles that people would remember an architect for his ability to sketch upside down.