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City’s Housing Element threatens our historic districts

City’s Housing Element threatens our historic districts

| October 26, 2023 | 0 Comments

In October the governor signed 56 new housing bills in an effort to address California’s housing crisis. The majority of these only continue to chip away at the issue through making construction a little bit easier here, offering an incentive there, or by enacting greater tenant protections, all in the elusive pursuit of bringing the […]

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Two Neighborhood Council elections are Sunday, April 30

Two Neighborhood Council elections are Sunday, April 30

| March 30, 2023 | 0 Comments

  2023 vote is in person and by mail for Mid City West and GWNC Two hyperlocal elections are being held this month for the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) and the Mid City West Neighborhood Council (MCWNC) — advisory groups that discuss and opine about issues at City Hall, from development to homelessness. Both […]

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting

| September 8, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, 7 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login.

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting

| August 11, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, 7 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login.

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting

| July 14, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting via Zoom, 7 to 9 p.m. Check greaterwilshire.org to confirm and for login.

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GWNC Land Use considers historic Rossmore apartment project

GWNC Land Use considers historic Rossmore apartment project

| June 3, 2021 | 0 Comments

Representatives from Atlanta-based developer Domos Coliving returned to the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council’s (GWNC) Land Use Committee last month to present more detailed plans to renovate an apartment building at 410 N. Rossmore Ave. Domos had previously agreed to return at the committee’s request to allow for the project’s architect, Lorcan O’Herlihy, to present his […]

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