Some Westwood Village zoning regulations may be reduced or eliminated if Los Angeles City Planning follows recommendations by a local business association.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association unanimously asked LA City Planning to remove some food establishment and parking regulations in the Westwood Village Specific Plan, a zoning and regulatory framework for the area, during a virtual board meeting Thursday.
The Westwood Village Improvement Association is a nonprofit organization tasked with improving the state of Westwood Village business improvement district. Property and business owners created the association in 2011 to provide the Village with functions the city of Los Angeles could not provide.
University police are looking for a man involved in a hot prowl burglary Wednesday at an off-campus residence on the 400 block of Gayley Avenue.
A man reportedly entered a residence occupied by a UCLA student at around 6:30 a.m.
Stan’s Donuts, a 55-year staple of Westwood Village, served its last doughnut Thursday.
The famous doughnut shop at the corner of Weyburn and Broxton avenues permanently closed in light of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a statement published by owner Stan Berman on the store’s website.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered a temporary ban on statewide evictions Friday as the state grapples with the spread of the new coronavirus.
The governor’s executive order is in effect until May 31 and comes amid statewide orders to stay at home, practice social distancing and shut down nonessential businesses.
The local neighborhood council approved three grants for neighborhood projects during a board meeting Wednesday.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council, an organization that represents Westwood Village and UCLA to the Los Angeles City Council, granted neighborhood purpose grants for a computer aide at the Westwood Library, a compost program at the Farmers’ Market and a homelessness outreach event.
Some Westwood Village zoning regulations may be reduced or eliminated if the city follows recommendations from a local neighborhood council.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council, a body representing UCLA and the Village to the Los Angeles City Council, recommended changes to food and parking regulations in the Village’s 1989 zoning and regulatory framework known as the Westwood Village Specific Plan.
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