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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…

How the Law Can Help Communities – An Audio Recording

If you were not able to attend the live speech last weekend, please listen to this powerful presentation!  

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…

Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council Rescinds Support for Millennium Project

The Central Hollywood Neighborhood Council, at the November 24, 2014 meeting, rescinded its support for the Millennium Project and voted 7-0 to join the three other Hollywood area neighborhood councils in opposing the project. Foremost…

Hollywood’s Battle is Our Battle!

CityWatchLA.com July 29, 2014 by Jack Humphreville WHO WE ARE-Hollywood’s neighborhoods and residents are under attack by big time real estate developers who are investing billions in too many to count high rise residential and…

It Ain’t Over ’til it’s Over’

LA City Planning Director Michael LoGrande made it clear in a December 20, 2013 memo that the City has not abandoned its commitment to the flawed Transit Oriented Development planning theory that has given rise to Phil…

Millennium Exposed

As the legal challenge launched against the Millennium Hollywood continues, the media is being relentless in exposing the soft underbelly of City Government. Here are the most recent publications: The Wall Street Journal Sept 20,…