Party house permits are suspended for 120 days

| October 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

PARTY HOUSE at 300 N. Plymouth Blvd.

After receiving two citations from the Los Angeles Police Department, a party house at 300 N. Plymouth Blvd. has been quiet and party-free for the last month. That’s a relief to the surrounding neighbors who have endured raucous and illegal parties held at the site for months.

The North Plymouth Coalition (NPC), created to stop unlawful activity at the home, said, “NPC is committed to continue our fight until the owners and property manager are completely shut down.”

In addition to support from multiple neighborhood organizations as well as the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office, Senator Maria Elena Durazo’s office and Assemblymember Rick Chavez Zbur’s office, the coalition also received unanimous support from the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Land Use Committee. The committee passed a motion on Oct. 11 to halt the issuance of any permits for that location for the next 120 days.

With that motion in place, Councilman Hugo Soto-Martínez’s office is able to reach out to local agencies, such as the Los Angeles Dept. of Building and Safety, and urge them not to issue any permits for that location.

NPC commented that “The help from these offices has been invaluable and we are extremely grateful they are committed to continuing their support until the book is closed on 300 N. Plymouth Blvd.”

Halloween is around the corner and a member of the NPC said the property manager, Errol Webber, posted a call out on his Instagram to have a party at the house on Halloween.

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