Tag: residential

Residential Burglary Suspects Arrested

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SANTA MONICA—On Saturday, December 26, around 8:20 p.m., the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) responded to an ongoing residential burglary, which included a several...

Mayor Garcetti Signs Linkage Fee Ordinance Into Law

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LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti signed into law on Tuesday, December 12,  the Affordable Housing Linkage Fee, an initiative aimed at spurring construction...

Police Seek Sherman Oaks Residential Burglary Suspects

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SHERMAN OAKS—The Los Angeles Police Department’s Van Nuys Division Burglary detectives released surveillance images on Monday, June 5, of two suspects stealing a Viking...

Santa Monica City Council Approves Zero-Net Energy Ordinance

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SANTA MONICA—On Tuesday, March 28, the Santa Monica City Council unanimously voted to approve the second reading of an ordinance requiring all new single-family...

Rick Caruso’s Residential Tower Reduced For Committee Approval

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BEVERLY HILLS/WEST HOLLYWOOD—The Los Angeles City Council Planning and Land Use Committee unanimously approved developer Rick Caruso’s rescaling of the La Cienega Boulevard high...

One Acre Park Approved For Landmark II

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BRENTWOOD—The Brentwood Community Council has approved a one acre public park to be a part of Landmark II, a proposed 34-story residential tower located...

Residential Burglary Suspects Wanted In Los Feliz

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LOS FELIZ—Authorities from the Los Angeles Police Department are asking for the public’s help in capturing two suspects responsible for a burglary committed on...

Real Estate Imposter Sentenced For Residential Burglary

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BEVERLY HILLS—The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office confirmed to Canyon News that the man posing as a realtor in order to steal from...

Bonin, LADOT Discuss Brentwood Intersection

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BRENTWOOD—A stop sign, installed at the intersection of Bundy Drive and Mayfield Avenue, continues to cause a debate amongst residents and elected representatives. While Bundy...

City Council Planning To Reduce Water Usage

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SANTA MONICA—The Santa Monica City Council is planning to achieve a city-wide reduction in water usage by December 31, 2016. The new initiative includes...
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