Tag: construction

Tenants Health Compromised After Presence Of Asbestos

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SANTA MONICA—The residents of 20 apartments at 1238 and 1242 in the newly christened Tenth Street Promenade are facing a health crisis after being...

Metro Purple Line Extension Receives $1.6 Billion In Funds

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Los Angeles subway network has received $1.6 billion in federal funds to extend its Purple Line west into Beverly Hills and Westwood...

WeHo Park Enters Final Phase Of Construction

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WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood is ready to commence the second phase of construction for its renovated park and will host a groundbreaking...

Palisades Village Construction Underway

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PACIFIC PALISADES—Palisades Village construction is underway after the groundbreaking ceremony was held on Swarthmore Avenue on October 28. The 116,000 square-feet village was designed by...

Elkabetz Inc. Remodels With A Family Atmosphere

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LOS ANGELES—Elkabetz Inc. is a construction company that serves homeowners in the Los Angeles region. Owner, Vitali Elkabetz, granted Canyon News the opportunity to...

California Incline In Santa Monica Set To Reopen

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SANTA MONICA—The iconic California Incline in Santa Monica is scheduled to reopen at the end of summer due to the new construction of the...

SMFD Responds To Natural Gas Leak

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica Fire Department responded to reports on Friday, June 10, of a construction accident, which resulted in a natural gas leak...

Intermittent Lane Closures Expected On Santa Monica Boulevard

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BEVERLY HILLS—As things kick-off for the North Santa Monica Boulevard Reconstruction project, the city of Beverly Hills will have a City contractor perform exploratory...

Renewable Energy Requirement On New Construction

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SANTA MONICA—On Tuesday, April 26 the Santa Monica City Council approved a bill that will require rooftop solar systems for all new construction within the...

Purple Line Construction Will Close Wilshire For 22 Weekends

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BEVERLY HILLS—Metro announced a new construction plan on Monday, February 8 for the Purple Line Extension, which will shut down a six-block stretch of Wilshire...

Dog Park Coming To Beverly Hills

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BEVERLY HILLS—On Tuesday, November 17, the Beverly Hills City Council voted unanimously to begin development of a dog park in the city. The news...

Public Meetings For Santa Monica Blvd. Reconstruction

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BEVERLY HILLS—The City of Beverly Hills’ Traffic and Parking Commission will hold two meetings in the next week to obtain public feedback and provide...

Underground Utility Project Begins July 20

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TOPANGA CANYON—Construction on the Underground Utility Project on Topanga Canyon Boulevard is expected to begin on Monday, July 20. Ongoing work is scheduled to last...

Bel Air Residents Warned About Burglary Suspects

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BEL AIR—Authorities are warning Bel Air residents about four burglary suspects they apprehended. Police responded to a possible trespassing situation at around 7:30 p.m. in the 1100 block of...

Edison Replacing Old Equipment In Santa Monica

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SANTA MONICA—Southern California Edison is working in Santa Monica to replace old equipment, including faulty circuits and underground vaults. “SCE is … making a significant...

Headworks Reservoir East Construction Complete

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GRIFFITH PARK—On June 17, Los Angeles District 4 Councilmember Tom LaBonge cut the ribbon at Headworks Reservoir East to mark the project’s first milestone. After...

LADWP Project To Affect Westwood Traffic

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WESTWOOD—A new Los Angeles Department of Water and Power project will affect traffic for residents in Westwood near Sunset Boulevard and Hilgard Avenue. The $9...

Bullet Train Faces Opposition In Southern California

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SHERMAN OAKS—Plans for a new bullet train in the future are being decided, but some Southern California residents are actively fighting to overturn the process. The...

U2 Guitarist Fighting To Build Malibu Complex

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MALIBU—After scratching and clawing to gain approval, U2 guitarist the Edge has moved closer to approval in his campaign to construct a secluded housing...

Judge Halts Millennium Hollywood Plans

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HOLLYWOOD—A ruling from Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant halted development of the Millennium Hollywood skyscraper project on April 30. Chalfant...
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