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July 12, 2000 | JOE MATHEWS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
City planners and local environmentalists want to transform at least 50 east Hollywood vacant lots into "pocket parks" over the next decade as an ambitious test of whether the concept can be employed one day across all of Los Angeles. The proposal is contained in a Department of City Planning report on economic development and beautification of east Hollywood.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 12, 2000 | JOE MATHEWS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
City planners and local environmentalists want to transform at least 50 east Hollywood vacant lots into "pocket parks" over the next decade as an ambitious test of whether the concept can be employed one day across all of Los Angeles. The proposal is contained in a Department of City Planning report on economic development and beautification of east Hollywood.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1991 | BILL BOYARSKY
This week, I had a moment of great political enlightenment, thanks to the members of the Ivar Hill Community Assn. I'd been invited to speak at a meeting of the organization, composed of residents, property owners and merchants who co-exist in a neighborhood just north of the famous but tattered intersection of Hollywood and Vine. My mind was full of City Hall's important issues--the Rodney G. King beating, Chief Daryl F. Gates, Mayor Tom Bradley's past and future.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1991 | BILL BOYARSKY
This week, I had a moment of great political enlightenment, thanks to the members of the Ivar Hill Community Assn. I'd been invited to speak at a meeting of the organization, composed of residents, property owners and merchants who co-exist in a neighborhood just north of the famous but tattered intersection of Hollywood and Vine. My mind was full of City Hall's important issues--the Rodney G. King beating, Chief Daryl F. Gates, Mayor Tom Bradley's past and future.
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