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The Rise of the Citizen Activist, Part 3: Sharing and Daring

Posted: Friday, September 1, 2017 – 12:06 PM By Victoria Talbot In October 2014, a project came before the Beverly Hills Planning Commission requesting a Hillside R-1 Permit to allow construction of a new single-family home at 1184-1193 Loma Linda Drive with a cumulative floor area exceeding 15,000 square feet and landform alterations exceeding the […] Read More

The Rise of Citizen Activism: Part 2, Bel-Air Residents Fight Back, Form New Bel-Air Association

It was mayhem in Bel-Air in the fall of 2014. And it was dangerous. Tractor trailers were careening through the steep winding streets, ignoring stop signs and sideswiping cars. Queues of dump trucks lined the streets, 40-deep on Stone Canyon, blocking residential traffic. Neighbors were going toe-to-toe with developers on their doorsteps, being ignored, insulted and sometimes, threatened.  Read More

New Plans For 901 Strada Vecchia Could Further Delay Trial

Days ahead of another court hearing on his controversial 901 Strada Vecchia, developer Mohamed Hadid has submitted revised construction plans that call into question exactly how serious he is about bringing the megamansion into compliance with Los Angeles city code.

 
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