Latest News Articles from April 2014

From San Fernando Valley Business Journal:

L.A. Council Approves Trash Franchises

“The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a controversial program to turn commercial trash hauling in the city into an exclusive franchise system.”


From KCET via StreetsBlog LA:

Guiding Los Angeles Toward a Healthy Future

“As part of a new public health initiative, the Department of City Planning issued a Health Atlas that examines over 100 health issues in Los Angeles.”

From Gizmodo:

Three Of The World’s Prettiest Parking Garages Are In One Small City

“Carparks are ugly by their very nature: they’re metal cages that take up valuable space in our cities to house our automobiles for a few high-priced hours. But not all carparks have to be ugly. In fact, three of the most beautiful are located within a few blocks of each other, in the city of Santa Monica, California.”


From GlobeSt:

Farmers Wilshire Campus Trades Hands

Farmers Insurance and CIM Group have entered into a sale-leaseback agreement for the 10-acre Wilshire Campus and location of Farmer’s Home Office. The sale-leaseback is Farmer’s next step toward relocating its company headquarters to the Warner Center.”



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