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The council approved the contract despite lacking finalized figures about the costs and potential financial liabilities.
The current jaywalking law was written when flashing red signals alone were instituted, and does not reflect modern crossing signals, which include a countdown.
The cap was originally $2,000 for homeowners and $4,000 for commercial property owners. The city hopes the increase will encourage more Angelenos to participate in the program.
The plan includes improving traffic flow and safety on both Highland and La Brea avenues and stronger enforcement of the area's 'mansionization' ordinances.
Residents say accidents have happened when drivers try to dart around stalled traffic on the overcrowded street.
This is now the third lawsuit that has been filed against the city regarding the issue of the Beachwood gate, which leads to a view of the Hollywood Sign. 
The security is due to complaints by some that the park has become a hotbed of loitering.
The mammoth skull will remain on view through early September.
The development would include 52 studio units, a one-bedroom luxury rental unit and 5,500-square-feet for commercial use. 
A solar eclipse will occur on August 21st, from 9:05 a.m. to 11:44 p.m.
From BBQ and rooftop bars to majestic sea creatures, take a trip to Long Beach, no car required.
The elderly rely on Medicaid to help finance nursing home care or long-term care supports not provided by Medicare.

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New Hollywood Plan Has Big Changes

The plan includes improving traffic flow and safety on both Highland and La Brea avenues and stronger enforcement of the area's 'mansionization' ordinances.