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Macy's owned Bluemercury will be joined by Mac Cosmetics.
'It is impossible to ignore the pervasive problem of homelessness in Los Angeles,' said LAPD Chief Charlie Beck
Jess Carter leads free yoga classes seven days a week at Robert Burns Park. The award goes to 'unsung heroes.' The class is every day at 10 a.m. except Fridays at 9:30 a.m.
Such fake signs are illegal. However, officials said they would not investigate
David Ryu promised to have a report in 90 days that will suggest possible solutions for the traffic issues.
The policy maps out the length of time documents and records are to be retained and when they can be destroyed. Late last year, it was revealed through media reports that when Ryu took office July 1, 2015, former councilmember Tom LaBonge had not left any documents behind for his successor.
Typically, the city erases the hard drives of outgoing elected officials. But due to ongoing lawsuits, did not in LaBonge's case.
Albert Mizhari had been in a protracted legal battle with the city since 2010 regarding Larchmont Bungalow, an eatery on Larchmont Boulevard, and its legitimacy as a sit-down restaurant.
Suit alleges city used taxpayer funds to illegally destroy public records.
According to an analysis by the Ledger, in 2015 the city council voted unanimously 99.99032% of the time.
Strauss will play Hollywood’s Hotel Café on September 8th.
In cases where a pet is hurt or killed, Animal Services consults with the owner, but will not remove the coyote unless it is sick or injured.
A state bill created by a local high school student would require schools to release their employee code of conduct to parents.
Today, Lafayette Square has one of the strictest HPOZ guidelines in the city in an attempt to retain the vision of its founder, George L. Crenshaw.
Film Independent at LACMA celebrates the 35th anniversary of Mad Max 2, George Miller’s post-apocalyptic masterpiece.
Seventy seven (77%) percent of respondents of a recent Larchmont Ledger reader survey indicated they read most or all of the paper and 86% said they paper was either “excellent” or “good.”

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1st of 3 New Chain Stores Open Today

Macy's owned Bluemercury will be joined by Mac Cosmetics.

CORRECTION: Counterfeit City Signs Removed

Such fake signs are illegal. However, officials said they would not investigate

New City Council Document Policy the First in Decades

The policy maps out the length of time documents and records are to be retained and when they can be destroyed. Late last year, it was revealed through media reports that when Ryu took office July 1, 2015, former councilmember Tom LaBonge had not left any documents behind for his successor.

[COVER PHOTO] September 2016

City Agency to Release Contents of LaBonge Computers

Typically, the city erases the hard drives of outgoing elected officials. But due to ongoing lawsuits, did not in LaBonge's case.

Embattled Retailer Mizrahi Dead at 63

Albert Mizhari had been in a protracted legal battle with the city since 2010 regarding Larchmont Bungalow, an eatery on Larchmont Boulevard, and its legitimacy as a sit-down restaurant.

1st Amendment Group Files Lawsuit over LaBonge Destroyed Documents

Suit alleges city used taxpayer funds to illegally destroy public records.

Not Vote Trading But Definitely Something

According to an analysis by the Ledger, in 2015 the city council voted unanimously 99.99032% of the time.

Local Student’s Sexual Abuse Bill Waiting on Gov.’s Signature

A state bill created by a local high school student would require schools to release their employee code of conduct to parents.