Tag: Windsor Square Association

Local forums abound as June 7 election deadline looms

Local forums abound as June 7 election deadline looms

| June 2, 2022 | 0 Comments

As the primary campaigns for City of Los Angeles elected offices — Mayor, City Attorney, Controller and local Council Districts 5 and 13 (plus County Supervisorial District 3) — begin to wrap up prior to the June 7 deadline to return ballots, the Larchmont Chronicle readership area has been full of candidate panels and debates. […]

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‘Larchmont Survey’ stirs controversy

‘Larchmont Survey’ stirs controversy

| December 30, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Larchmont 2021 Survey [was to have been] now closed and the results being tallied (to be released later this month) but community leaders in Larchmont are warning constituents to disregard the survey and ignore its findings, due to a flawed process and misleading survey questions that ultimately have the potential to do more harm […]

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Happy 100th, Larchmont Boulevard!

Happy 100th, Larchmont Boulevard!

| October 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Community leaders, local merchants, landlords and shoppers celebrated the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the original Larchmont Boulevard shopping district on Sunday, October 24 — in person and through television. A wide array of TV station news crews and other local media descended upon the boulevard, some as early as 5 a.m. (ABC-TV’s weekend […]

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Amy Forbes heads Center Theatre Group; Ahmanson joins

Amy Forbes heads Center Theatre Group; Ahmanson joins

| July 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

The Center Theatre Group Board of Directors has elected Amy R. Forbes as its president. The longtime Windsor Square resident began her new post July 1. She is a current member of the Windsor Square Association board of directors, and she was an influential leader of the successful effort to make Windsor Square an Historic […]

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Conversations continue on future of Larchmont Boulevard

Conversations continue on future of Larchmont Boulevard

| April 29, 2021 | 0 Comments

Local stakeholders last month continued their dialogue over the future of Larchmont Boulevard. As reported in April, questions have been raised over recent weeks as to whether parking spaces might be permanently replaced with outdoor restaurant dining now that pandemic-related restrictions are ending. That also propelled discussion about perennial Larchmont topics like the existing limitations […]

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Margaret Sowma, 105, community activist

Margaret Sowma, 105, community activist

| January 28, 2021 | 0 Comments

Margaret Sowma, 105, died Jan. 10 at St. John of God assisted living, after a battle with COVID-19. The longtime Windsor Square resident had been a block captain for the Windsor Square Association, an alternate director on the Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council and a labor and community activist. Born in Connecticut, as a child she […]

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