Saturday, October 21


Donald Shoup, a distinguished research professor of urban planning, said Westwood could benefit from the policies of other cities, like looser parking restrictions for new businesses. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)

Panelists discuss potential Westwood improvements at UCLA event

Los Angeles experts and city officials said students should continue advocating for Westwood issues at a panel Thursday evening. The undergraduate student government office of the external vice president, the Graduate Students Association and Abundant Housing LA, a group that advocates for more housing, held “How Westwood got trapped in time (and what to do about it)” at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Read more...

Donald Shoup, a distinguished research professor of urban planning, said Westwood could benefit from the policies of other cities, like looser parking restrictions for new businesses. (Jacob Preal/Daily Bruin)

In August, Los Angeles Police Department officers answered residents' questions about the department's proposal to use drones to aid in situations in which police officers' lives may be at risk. The Los Angeles Police Commission approved the proposal Tuesday. (Keshav Tadimeti/Daily Bruin senior staff)
In August, Los Angeles Police Department officers answered residents' questions about the department's proposal to use drones to aid in situations in which police officers' lives may be at risk. The Los Angeles Police Commission approved the proposal Tuesday. (Keshav Tadimeti/Daily Bruin senior staff)

The Westwood Neighborhood Council created the Student Advisory Committee in July. The committee, which placed three items on the council's agenda last week, advocates for student issues, like affordable housing and more transportation options. (Daily Bruin file photo)
The Westwood Neighborhood Council created the Student Advisory Committee in July. The committee, which placed three items on the council's agenda last week, advocates for student issues, like affordable housing and more transportation options. (Daily Bruin file photo)

Enja Eriksen, manager at Paradise Collective, a medical marijuana dispensary in Westwood Village, said she thinks it is fair for individuals who live or work within 500 feet of a dispensary to challenge its business license. Erikesn said Paradise Collective had to reclocate to Westwood because the former location was within 1,000 feet from a day care. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)
Enja Eriksen, manager at Paradise Collective, a medical marijuana dispensary in Westwood Village, said she thinks it is fair for individuals who live or work within 500 feet of a dispensary to challenge its business license. Erikesn said Paradise Collective had to reclocate to Westwood because the former location was within 1,000 feet from a day care. (Marley Maron/Daily Bruin)

Westwood Neighborhood Council recap – Oct. 11

The Westwood Neighborhood Council meets monthly to discuss issues pertaining to Westwood Village and the surrounding areas. Comments by public officials Stephen Resnick, council secretary, read a statement from Janet Turner, a representative for Congressman Ted Lieu. Read more...




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