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April 17, 1996
Taking a cue from Santa Monica, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday unanimously agreed to try streamlining the collection of fines from jet owners who violate the Van Nuys Airport noise ordinance. Acting on a motion by City Councilman Mike Feuer, who represents parts of the East Valley, the council urged the city Airport Commission to develop a more effective process for collecting fines when noisy jets violate an 11 p.m.-to-7 a.m. curfew at the Van Nuys facility.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1996
Taking a cue from Santa Monica, the Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday unanimously agreed to try streamlining the collection of fines from jet owners who violate the Van Nuys Airport noise ordinance. Acting on a motion by City Councilman Mike Feuer, who represents parts of the East Valley, the council urged the city Airport Commission to develop a more effective process for collecting fines when noisy jets violate an 11 p.m.-to-7 a.m. curfew at the Van Nuys facility.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1993 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
A proposed ordinance to legalize street vendors produced a clash between a crime watch group and a street vendor representative, with both sides disagreeing at a public forum over the city's ability to enforce health codes and whether such a law would promote illegal immigration. With the Los Angeles City Council expected to vote on the issue next month, the meeting between the Townkeepers Action Group and Angelica Raza of the Street Vendors Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
A city panel this week adopted several measures intended to curb helicopter noise generated out of Van Nuys Airport, including a request that the federal government set a minimum altitude of 1,000 feet for choppers flying over the Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners in a meeting late Tuesday voted to ask the Federal Aviation Administration to set the altitude minimum and to take other steps to reduce helicopter noise in the Los Angeles area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
A city panel this week adopted several measures intended to curb helicopter noise generated out of Van Nuys Airport, including a request that the federal government set a minimum altitude of 1,000 feet for choppers flying over the Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners in a meeting late Tuesday voted to ask the Federal Aviation Administration to set the altitude minimum and to take other steps to reduce helicopter noise in the Los Angeles area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1993 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
To the delight of surrounding residents, a developer Thursday dropped his appeal of a city Planning Commission requirement that he block access between a planned retail project and residential street in Van Nuys. More than 100 residents had signed a petition protesting the appeal, which concerned two driveways that connect Cantlay Street to a commercial property at the corner of White Oak Avenue and Sherman Way. The property is now occupied by a Builder's Emporium and an abandoned market.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 1994 | ERIC SLATER
It was an unlikely scenario--a doughnut shop allegedly luring criminals. But the city Board of Zoning Appeals upheld this week an earlier decision that the Van Nuys shop had indeed become a public nuisance and should be required to meet several operating conditions. The board, however, eased some of those conditions, first imposed in July. The owners of the doughnut shop, Orville's Originals at 6801 Sepulveda Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994 | ANTONIO OLIVO
A Van Nuys woman has been sentenced to four months in jail for violating a mapping program that bans convicted prostitutes from plying their trade in certain areas of the San Fernando Valley during nighttime hours. The sentence, the most severe handed down so far for violating the 4-month-old law's provisions, was imposed Friday on Lillian Romero, 46, for entering the vehicle of a male motorist within a restricted area. Under Los Angeles City Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994 | ANTONIO OLIVO
A Van Nuys woman has been sentenced to four months in jail for violating a mapping program that bans convicted prostitutes from plying their trade in certain areas of the San Fernando Valley during nighttime hours. The sentence, the most severe handed down so far for violating the 4-month-old law's provisions, was imposed Friday on Lillian Romero, 46, for entering the vehicle of a male motorist within a restricted area. Under Los Angeles City Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 15, 1994 | ERIC SLATER
It was an unlikely scenario--a doughnut shop allegedly luring criminals. But the city Board of Zoning Appeals upheld this week an earlier decision that the Van Nuys shop had indeed become a public nuisance and should be required to meet several operating conditions. The board, however, eased some of those conditions, first imposed in July. The owners of the doughnut shop, Orville's Originals at 6801 Sepulveda Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 16, 1993 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
A proposed ordinance to legalize street vendors produced a clash between a crime watch group and a street vendor representative, with both sides disagreeing at a public forum over the city's ability to enforce health codes and whether such a law would promote illegal immigration. With the Los Angeles City Council expected to vote on the issue next month, the meeting between the Townkeepers Action Group and Angelica Raza of the Street Vendors Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1993 | JEFF SCHNAUFER
To the delight of surrounding residents, a developer Thursday dropped his appeal of a city Planning Commission requirement that he block access between a planned retail project and residential street in Van Nuys. More than 100 residents had signed a petition protesting the appeal, which concerned two driveways that connect Cantlay Street to a commercial property at the corner of White Oak Avenue and Sherman Way. The property is now occupied by a Builder's Emporium and an abandoned market.
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