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Warner Center Shifting to Transit Focus

Warner Center Shifting to Transit Focus

The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved a plan which will create better access for pedestrians, bicyclists and transit users in Warner Center during the next 22 years. Councilmember Bob Blumenfield said the Warner Center 2035 Specific Plan represents a “major shift in planning policy.” “In the 1970s, the first Warner Center plan […]

Former Fire Station Could Become Park

Former Fire Station Could Become Park

Los Angeles City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield is seeking public input about the future of a former Woodland Hills fire station. Fire Station 84 moved to an upgraded facility at 21050 Burbank Blvd. in 2007. The old city-owned property at the corner of Canoga Avenue and Costanso Street remains vacant, but funding has been identified for […]

Community Park Planned in Northridge

Community Park Planned in Northridge

Within the next few years, the historic Oakridge Estate in Northridge will become a community park, and on Thursday, local residents shared their vision for the Devonshire Street property. The funding for the $1.3-million project comes from Proposition K – a voter-approved measure that awards funds to parks and recreation projects with children in mind. […]

City Council Allows Murals on Private Buildings

The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to overturn a ban on murals painted on privately owned buildings. The ordinance was approved 12-3 with council members Bernard Parks, Paul Koretz and Bob Blumenfield voting against. The vote was hailed by the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles as a victory for freedom of expression. “The future […]