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Art Deco-inspired mixed-use building readies for June opening

Art Deco-inspired mixed-use building readies for June opening

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

Some in the neighborhood spoke out against it. It was too tall, they feared, adding that it just would be one more boxy apartment building. But developer Mishel Mikail of Crescent Capital Partners persevered with his mixed-use project, the Gillis House at 5570 Melrose Ave., (with its residence address at 647 N. Beachwood Dr.). Responding […]

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council board meeting

| April 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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Kudos to candidates … and be wary of the State Senate

Kudos to candidates … and be wary of the State Senate

| April 1, 2021 | 0 Comments

Our community owes thanks to the 44 candidates and the 447 stakeholders who voted (and the approximately 590 who attempted to register for the city-mandated, COVID-19-era, vote-[only]-by-mail election for directors of the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council [GWNC]). Historically, GWNC elections always have been neighborhood gatherings on one weekend day, with registration issues efficiently addressed before […]

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Election

| March 16, 2021

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council election. Visit greaterwilshire.org/2021-elections.

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Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council Meeting

| March 10, 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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Register by March 9 to vote by mail for GWNC directors

Register by March 9 to vote by mail for GWNC directors

| March 4, 2021 | 0 Comments

Registration for the March 2021 Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) election has begun. Apply online at: tinyurl.com/y6tmcgzt You must set up an account to sign in and then complete your application to have your ballot mailed to you. “By mail” is the only way to vote (although you may drop your completed ballot in the ballot drop box in front of the John C. Fremont […]

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