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Art museum is second home to tour guide Patsy Palmer

Art museum is second home to tour guide Patsy Palmer

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

If your child was one of the 25,000 students who visits the Los Angeles County Museum of Art each year, he or she was treated to a docent tour. One of those docents is Patsy Palmer, who gives a tour to a group of students 14 times during the school year. The Windsor Square resident […]

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New streetlights  illuminate Wilton, Ridgewood Place

New streetlights illuminate Wilton, Ridgewood Place

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

The nights are a lot brighter on Ridgewood Place and parts of First Street and Wilton Drive thanks to the tenacity of a group of area residents. A ceremony in June marked the culmination of two attempts over nearly a decade to have streetlights installed in the neighborhood just south of Beverly Blvd. Resident Nona […]

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Larchmont Bungalow civil, criminal cases both continued

Larchmont Bungalow civil, criminal cases both continued

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

Criminal and civil cases in the city vs. the Larchmont Bungalow, 107 N. Larchmont, were both continued last month to July and September in L.A. Superior Court. In the civil case Judge Suzanne Brughera continued the case to Tues., July 22. It was scheduled to be heard June 16. Judge Brughera “continued it due to […]

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North Larchmont Boulevard medians are abloom

North Larchmont Boulevard medians are abloom

| June 12, 2014 | 0 Comments

After months of anticipation, trees and plants are being installed in the median strips at the north entrance to Larchmont Boulevard. The project was awarded grant funds as a part of the 2009 Metro Call for Projects. Community groups also contributed funding, including the Windsor Square-Hancock Park Historical Society, the Windsor Square Association and the […]

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Residents seek actions to stop illegal activity in home on Highland Avenue

Residents seek actions to stop illegal activity in home on Highland Avenue

| May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hancock Park residents have been frustrated in their attempts to stop illegal activity at 508 N. Highland Ave. that has become a haven for drug dealing and squatters. Other violations include suspected use as a boarding house, frequent yard sales, an illegal fence and general lack of maintenance. “We have contacted our Council office, city […]

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CIM Group says ‘no plans for hotel’ in Park Mile area; protest letters attached

CIM Group says ‘no plans for hotel’ in Park Mile area; protest letters attached

| May 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Community outrage at plans to ignore the Park Mile zoning and build a hotel on the newly acquired Farmers Insurance property has halted the development. Residents petitioned the Fourth District Council office and the homeowners association to protest the planned project. A group from Brookside Homeowners Association recently met with executives of CIM Group which […]

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