City Launches Online Business Portal

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The City of Los Angeles is making it easy to start a business with the launch of its new online platform: Los Angeles Business Portal, a one-stop-shop that has all the information you need to get your business of the ground. The online portal is a hub of resources that will guide new business owners through […]

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City Council Takes Action on Granny Flats

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This week, the City Council voted to grant legal status to existing second dwelling units, i.e., granny flats, and impose greater restrictions on future units. To help understand the Council’s new ruling, here is a breakdown of how it will impact you. What are the New Restrictions? As a result of the City Council’s recent […]

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Two-Year Moratorium on LA Developments Qualifies for Ballot

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A proposal calling for a moratorium on building projects so big they require zoning or land-use exceptions, has qualified for the ballot. The city clerk said today proponents of a ballot initiative that would temporarily halt development in Los Angeles have turned in enough signatures for the measure to go before voters. The city clerk’s […]

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Missing Child

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Marie Verdin was last seen around 12:00 am on 9/18/16 at her home in Pacoima, CA. She was wearing a v-neck t-shirt and sweat pants. She may also be wearing a green jacket and white Jordans or Vans. she does not have her phone with her. Marie has braces on her teeth. Age: 15 Hair: […]

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5 Free Things Your LA Library Card Can Get You

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Aside from a free digital subscription to the New York Times, the access and benefits an LA Public Library card can provide really does make it the best card in LA. You can use your Los Angeles Public Library card to access everything from free online classes to live homework help to digital downloads of […]

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City Council Supports Measure M to Improve Transit

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On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a resolution to support Measure M, the half-cent sales tax measure on the Nov. 8 ballot that, if approved, will raise $860 million a year countywide to revolutionize LA’s transportation network and add 465,690 new jobs across the region. With Measure M, the City of Los Angeles also will receive […]

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