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August 8, 1985 | JAMES RAINEY, Times Staff Writer
As work crews rushed to complete the Westside Pavilion earlier this year, neighbors of the giant pastel shopping center were scrambling too, signing petitions to demand preferential parking in the Rancho Park neighborhood that they feared would be jammed with shoppers. The neighbors submitted the petitions and are waiting for the city of Los Angeles to decide whether to limit parking to people who live in the area. Preferential parking zones could be approved by Christmas.
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February 6, 1991 | BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Homeowner Robert Dallek was feeling low when his banker told him that his West Los Angeles neighborhood had been declared a depressed area. The bank sent an urgent letter demanding that Dallek immediately take steps to protect his house. Not from shrinking property values, but from rising floodwaters. Hydrologists had determined that Dallek's expensive Rancho Park neighborhood was sitting in a low-lying flood hazard zone.
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March 7, 2009 | Alexandria Abramian-Mott
Don't get her wrong: In theory, Julie Marsh loves her work arrangement. The policy researcher has an enviable schedule that permits her to split the week between Rand Corp. in Santa Monica and her three-bedroom house in the Rancho Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. That's where the mother of two converted a walk-in closet into a home office outfitted with everything she needs.
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