Residents Appeal Over Grading At Hadid’s 901 Strada Vecchia
Posted Thursday, February 15, 2018 – 6:45 PM
By Matt Lopez
A group of Bel-Air residents are taking celebrity megamansion developer Mohamed Hadid back to court over the illegal construction at his 901 Strada Vecchia project.
In a filing on behalf of Bel-Air Residents Joe and Beatriz Horacek and John and Judith Bedrosian, the group’s attorney Victor de la Cruz states that the residents are appealing an Erosion Control Plan approved by the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS) in 2017 “that is nothing more than an illegal scheme aimed at disguising significant amounts of grading that require discretionary entitlements and California Environmental Quality Act review for the entire project.”
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