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Wednesday, October 1, 2014

News & Notes from Boyle Heights, Echo Park & Highland Park

Municipal Light (DWP office), Lincoln Heights

  • Echo Park water line ruptures. The Eastsider
  • City Council may outlaw skateboard “bombing.”  KTLA
  • New Dodger owners hire planning and real estate development executive who headed development of Baltimore ballpark. The Informer & Curbed L.A.
  • Highland Park and Garvanza residents voice opposition to proposed freeway route. Patch
  • Boyle Heights awaits the arrival of peace angel sculpture. Boyle Heights Beat

2 comments

  1. Treat skateboards like bicycles eh? So absolutely no enforcement of moving violations then?

    I have seen kids on bikes blow through red lights and ride on the wrong side of the street on Cypress in front of cops with no ramifications.

  2. The Highland Park meeting last night at Ramona Hall was epic. Please keep this issue on people’s radar, Eastsider! Anything informational would be great. Many residents do not know anything about what Metro has planned for their communities.

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