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April 27, 1995 | ANTONIO OLIVO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A public hearing on a request to allow the Jewish Home for the Aging to proceed with expansion plans has been postponed until May 23 because the Los Angeles Board of Zoning Appeals failed to have a quorum this week. Homeowners living near the facility's six-acre parcel of land at 7150 Tampa Ave. in Reseda have appealed the approval of the expansion by the city's Office of Zoning Administration.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1995 | ANTONIO OLIVO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A public hearing on a request to allow the Jewish Home for the Aging to proceed with expansion plans has been postponed until May 23 because the Los Angeles Board of Zoning Appeals failed to have a quorum this week. Homeowners living near the facility's six-acre parcel of land at 7150 Tampa Ave. in Reseda have appealed the approval of the expansion by the city's Office of Zoning Administration.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1993 | JILL LEOVY
The Los Angeles Police Department has succeeded in blocking efforts by the owner of a small specialty meat shop in Reseda to obtain a permit to sell beer and wine. In a hearing that dragged late into the afternoon Tuesday, the city Board of Zoning Appeals voted 3 to 2 to uphold a police appeal of a permit to allow alcohol sales by Carniceria Corona at 18326 Sherman Way, board secretary Greg Merideth said. The store sells meat and Latino specialty foods.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1993 | JILL LEOVY
The owner of a Reseda petting zoo appealed for public support in her battle to keep her business open, and said that if the Los Angeles City Council votes, as expected, to close her down next week, she "would have no other choice" but to continue her fight in the courts. "This is our last chance," said Linda Menary, owner of The Farm on Tampa Avenue, at a press conference she called on her property Tuesday morning. A handful of media people showed up.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1993 | JILL LEOVY
The owner of a Reseda petting zoo appealed for public support in her battle to keep her business open, and said that if the Los Angeles City Council votes, as expected, to close her down next week, she "would have no other choice" but to continue her fight in the courts. "This is our last chance," said Linda Menary, owner of The Farm on Tampa Avenue, at a press conference she called on her property Tuesday morning. A handful of media people showed up.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1993 | JILL LEOVY
The Los Angeles Police Department has succeeded in blocking efforts by the owner of a small specialty meat shop in Reseda to obtain a permit to sell beer and wine. In a hearing that dragged late into the afternoon Tuesday, the city Board of Zoning Appeals voted 3 to 2 to uphold a police appeal of a permit to allow alcohol sales by Carniceria Corona at 18326 Sherman Way, board secretary Greg Merideth said. The store sells meat and Latino specialty foods.
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