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NEWS
October 8, 1987
The cities of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Los Angeles have formed a three-city traffic task force to solve traffic concerns in the area bounded by Beverly Drive, La Brea Avenue, Sunset and Olympic boulevards. As one of its first projects the task force plans to apply to the state Fuel Efficient Traffic Signal Management program.
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NEWS
September 24, 1992
The Palisades Education Complex, serving nine public schools on the Westside, will hold its first public fall meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Paul Revere Middle School library, 1450 Allenford Ave., Brentwood.
NEWS
April 9, 1992
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a $219,000 penalty against a West Los Angeles company for allegedly violating federal laws designed to protect the public and the environment from imported toxic chemicals. The EPA filed a civil complaint Monday against Western Star Color and Chemical, 6377 Drexel Ave.
NEWS
September 24, 1992
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved an ordinance proposed by Councilwoman Ruth Galanter aimed at making commercial streets in the neighborhood surrounding Westwood Pavilion more pedestrian-friendly and less congested with cars. The proposal for the pedestrian-oriented zone is Galanter's first foray into the Pico/Westwood neighborhood, which was added to Galanter's Sixth District when City Council districts were reapportioned in July.
NEWS
July 2, 1987
Members of the Carthay Circle Homeowners Assn., the TreePeople organization and the Los Angeles Conservation Corps will plant 100 trees along the median strips of San Vicente Boulevard and Carthay Circle on July 11. The $20,000 beautification project, which is being funded by donations from residents and corporations, was spurred by the construction of a 22-story office tower at 6500 Wilshire Blvd.
NEWS
August 20, 1992
The Los Angeles City Planning Commission has approved a plan to annex Westwood Park to the City of Los Angeles. The park, which is administered by the city, is on unincorporated county land. If the annexation is approved, the Los Angeles Police Department will handle law enforcement in the park. Currently, crime victims in the park must turn to the Sheriff's Department, whose nearest station is in West Hollywood.
NEWS
May 28, 1992
Five University High School students will fly to Moscow next month for a nine-day study tour as winners in a competition that tested local teens' knowledge of Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Alon Amitai, Nicklas Akers, Jeffeeu Twu, Zanja Yudell and Eun-Sook Kim were among 55 finalists in the Ambassadors to Europe Competition, sponsored by the Los Angeles Times in Education program and Lufthansa Airlines to promote knowledge of this rapidly changing part of the world.
NEWS
January 30, 1986
Los Angeles City Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky has asked the California Department of Transportation to study a proposal from the city to redesign a portion of Santa Monica Boulevard. From Wilshire Boulevard to Sepulveda Boulevard, the busy thoroughfare is divided into two segments. Each of these segments, known as "Big" and "Little" Santa Monica Boulevard, carries both eastbound and westbound traffic.
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