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16
May
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Chinatown Fights Market-Rate Development

Chinatown residents and organizations are fighting irresponsible market rate housing developments in the midst of Los Angeles’ housing crisis. On May 6th, Chinatown Community for Equitable Development filed a lawsuit in LA County Superior Court against the City of Los Angeles for violating the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Planning and Zoning laws, Subdivision Map Act, City Charter and Los Angeles Municipal Code in regards to the “College Station” development by Atlas Capital from New York.

Tue
24
Oct
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Highland Park Hit and Run Results in Death to Pedestrian

by LA1 News Desk

   At almost 6:00 a.m. today, the driver of what police describe as a 2004 Chevy Trailblazer struck a 70-year-old male pedestrian who was crossing the street at the corner of Avenue 54 and York Boulevard. The driver was traveling south on Avenue 54, according to the LAPD.

   An employee of Five Star gas station on that corner told LA1 News he did not see the crash, but was told by his boss what happened. They both knew the victim in passing but did not know his name. "The guy was a very kind man. He was homeless, very old," the worker said of the victim. "He was a white gentleman who walked around very slowly in a hunch all the time."

   Police say the driver "stopped briefly" a short distance from the scene, before fleeing without rendering aid. The victim was transported to Huntington Memorial Medical Center, where he died a short time after his arrival.

Wed
16
Aug
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Cannabis Industry Supporters Rally Downtown

by LA1 News Desk

   Cannabis business owners, patients, activists, workers and supporters rallied yesterday at City Hall to demand nine important changes to draft proposed requirements designed to regulate LA’s cannabis industry. The rally was led by The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 770 (UFCW), United Cannabis Business Association (UCBA) and the Los Angeles Cannabis Task Force (LACTF).

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