Tag Archives: Robert Silverstein

Variety Gives an Update on Development in Hollywood

Stop The Millennium Hollywood welcomes appropriate entertainment industry-related projects. In fact, our attorney, Robert Silverstein, in another case is trying to save a portion of the remaining minuscule 1.8% of manufacturing zoned land to support the entertainment…

City Approves Geology Findings Rejected by State Geologist

Here’s the good news. The judge doesn’t care what LADBS says about the earthquake studies that the developer submitted. He gave his determination that the city and the developer failed in adequately evaluating the impacts…

Developers Worry California Ruling Could Dent Building

Dear Friends, Please see this May 26, 2015 Wall St. Journal article about our Millennium battle. “If you are doing development within any proximity to a freeway-which includes a great deal of development in Los Angeles-you’re…

A Chance To Hear Robert Silverstein, Esq. – Saturday May 9, 2015 at 10 AM – Hollywood Presbyterian Church

This will be a great opportunity to hear Robert Silverstein, Esq., the attorney for Save Residential Hollywood, Inc. Most recently, he has been successful in fighting developers in connection with The Millennium, the violation of…

Massive Hollywood Project sits atop Quake Fault, California says

We have been sharing with you how far Group Delta, the geologists for Millennium, would go to NOT find the fault that experts said was there. The official map has been released and there indeed…

Garcetti and City Council Abuse The Public Trust – Again! Raymond Chan Appointed as Permanent LADBS General Manager

On April 30, 2014, the City Council approved the appointment by Eric Garcetti of Raymond Chan as permanent General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety. It was a slap in the…

SECRET CITY HALL EMAILS REVEAL COVER-UP

Opponents Call for Neutral Panel of Experts to Study Quake Risks Opponents of the Millennium Hollywood project today released secret emails that show the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (DBS) and the Millennium…