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Monday, September 22, 2014

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Eagle Rock, Echo Park & Silver Lake

L.A. Blood Pumping, Echo Park | Photo by Jack McLoughlin/Flickr

  • Silver Lake mothers promoting alternative to the plastic sandwich bag. NBCLA
  • Eagle Rock community leaders voice concern over Mayor’s plan to build more pocket parks. Patch
  • Councilman Garcetti supports Herb Wesson to replace him as City Council President. Daily News & L.A. Times
  • Living in 500 square-feet of Echo Park. Apartment Therapy
  • City Council to vote on fate of 6th Street Bridge. L.A. Times
  • Developer unveils plans for 34 hilltop homes on Montecito Height’s “Flat Top” hill. ASNC
  • Happening Today: “Weird’s Around” art opening, Sonia Sotomayor Learning Academies Ribbon Cutting. Save the Date


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  1. Re 6th street bridge. “And the council may also fret about whether it should allow more than 13,000 vehicle trips every day across a bridge that is one of the state’s top priorities for replacement and has been determined to have a 70% probability of failing in a magnitude 7 earthquake.”
    What if we have a 4.0 quake, am I to assume there’s still a strong possibility this bridge could collapse during a “normal” quake? Any engineers out there know?

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