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March 15, 1990 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles City Council committee has endorsed a proposal by Councilman Richard Alatorre that would make a police museum the centerpiece of any commercial project built at the site of the old Northeast Police Station in Highland Park. The council's Public Works Committee last week reviewed plans from two private developers who proposed apartments, offices and a restaurant in and around the historic 1925 police station at 6045 York Blvd., which is no longer in use.
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March 20, 1990 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles City Council committee has endorsed a proposal by Councilman Richard Alatorre that would make a police museum the centerpiece of any commercial project built at the site of the old Northeast Police Station in Highland Park. The council's Public Works Committee has reviewed plans from two private developers who proposed apartments, offices and a restaurant in and around the historic 1925 police station--which is no longer in use--at 6045 York Blvd.
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August 17, 1989 | ESTHER SCHRADER, Times Staff Writer
After a developer who had planned to renovate and develop the landmark 1920s police station in Highland Park dragged his feet for three years, Los Angeles officials started looking around for other takers. It didn't take long. Three months after the city solicited proposals to renovate the stately building, three groups with innovative ideas for the property are competing for permission to purchase the site.
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March 8, 1990 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles councilman has decided there should be a shotgun wedding at the old Northeast Police Station in Highland Park. Councilman Richard Alatorre has urged two private firms vying to commercially develop the historic station to incorporate the plans of a volunteer group that wants the 1925 building to be used as a police museum.
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July 23, 1987 | SHELDON ITO, Times Staff Writer
Culver City bills itself as "The Heart of Screenland," but to many people "The Heart of Fast-Food Land" would be just as appropriate. "We're kind of the fast-food capital of the world," said Councilman Richard M. Alexander. "I mean, you can have take-out chicken in 47 different ways." The Redevelopment Agency is trying to change this image and find relief for local workers and residents fed up with food from a paper bucket or Styrofoam shell.
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July 26, 1987 | SHELDON ITO, Times Staff Writer
Culver City bills itself as "The Heart of Screenland," but to many people "The Heart of Fast-Food Land" would be just as appropriate. "We're kind of the fast-food capital of the world," said Councilman Richard M. Alexander. "I mean, you can have take-out chicken in 47 different ways." The Redevelopment Agency is trying to change this image and find relief for local workers and residents fed up with food from a paper bucket or Styrofoam shell.
NEWS
October 6, 1988 | JULIO MORAN, Times Staff Writer
The owner of one of the top restaurants in the country has tentatively agreed to be part of a proposed restaurant row in Culver City. But the exclusion of a Sizzler Restaurant that was expected to be included has management of the company that owns Sizzler predicting that the project will fail.
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