Tag: city council

Councilmembers Motion To Reform Ellis Act

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LOS FELIZ—The Los Angeles City Council’s Housing Committee approved a motion to reform California's Ellis Act on Wednesday, October 23 that was written by...

Griffith Park, Pan Pacific Park Pool Open For Extra Month

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LOS FELIZ—Los Angeles City Councilmember David Ryu announced this week that the pool at Griffith Park and Pan Pacific Park will remain open for...

West Hollywood City Councils Aims To Improve Gender Imbalance

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WEST HOLLYWOOD- On Monday, July 15, the West Hollywood City Council’s Regular Council meeting agenda contained a proposal to address the gender imbalance on...

West Hollywood Council Parks E-Bikes Program

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The West Hollywood City Council dissolved the pilot program for dockless electric bicycles in the area on Monday, June 17. The city council...

Santa Monica Introduces New Climate Action Plan

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SANTA MONICA—On Tuesday, May 28, the Santa Monica’s City Council authorized the Climate Action & Adaption Plan commonly known as CAAP. The CAAP is...

Residents Looking To Restrict Celebrity Tour Drivers

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HOLLYWOOD HILLS—Residents voiced their concerns about Hollywood Celebrity Tours that have been disrupting their neighborhoods on Friday, April 19 during a neighborhood council meeting...

Council Approves Sidewalk Vending Program

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica City Council approved unanimously on April 9 an emergency ordinance that allows a comprehensive sidewalk vending program to allow a...

City Council Approves Funds For Local Library

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MALIBU—The Malibu City Council approved the use of the 2019 Malibu Services Set Aside Funds to preserve and expand its existing and new services...

City Council To Ban Tobacco

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BEVERLY HILLS—Sales on all tobacco products are being considered to be banned in the city of Beverly Hills. During a Beverly Hills City Council Study...

Revisions Made To Electric Vehicle Charging Policy

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council approved revisions to the City’s Electric Vehicle (EV) charging policy to ensure that it complies with the new...

Gleam Davis New Mayor Of Santa Monica

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SANTA MONICA—During a special meeting on Tuesday, December 11, the Santa Monica City Council the Santa Monica City Council voted in new Mayor Gleam...

City Council Candidacy Nomination Period Starts

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood revealed that the nomination period for City Council candidates has commenced. According to a press release from the...

Motion Calls For Contractors To Disclose NRA Ties

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HOLLYWOOD—Los Angeles Councilman Mitch O’Farrell introduced a new motion which if passed would require city contractors to divulge any connections to the National Rifle...

Public Hearing For Short-Term Rental Ordinance

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MALIBU—The Malibu City Council will hold a public hearing to discuss the proposed Short-Term Rental Ordinance. On July 1, 2009, an ordinance was approved...

Shared Mobility Pilot Program Approved

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SANTA MONICA—On Friday, July 13, the Santa Monica City Council unanimously approved a 16-month shared mobility pilot program for dock-less devices. This includes electric...

City Council Bans Electric Scooters

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—Members of the West Hollywood City council rejected city hall’s proposal to construct a pilot program for electric scooter companies and banned the...

Dark Sky Ordinance Approved

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MALIBU—The Malibu City Council voted unanimously on Monday, April 23 to approve the proposed Dark Sky Ordinance. The ordinance is aimed to protect Malibu’s...

Sidewalk Cleaning, Security Services Approved

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The West Hollywood City Council recently approved a new plan during its meeting on Monday, April 16 that will deliver enhanced sidewalk cleaning...

Lawsuit Against At-Large Elections

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SANTA MONICA—The city of Santa Monica filed a motion seeking summary judgment in its favor in a lawsuit challenging Santa Monica’s use of at-large...

Council Considering Changes To Executive Compensation Plan

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Beverly Hills City Council during its City Council Formal Session on Tuesday, April 10 will consider amendments to the Compensation Plan for...
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