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Thursday, September 29, 2016

News & Notes from Atwater, Eagle Rock, Echo Park & Silver Lake

Casa Bianca | Eagle Rock | Photo by Nathan Gray

  • Rediscovering Edendale through the art of Paul Landacre. LA Times
  • Get more quarters: MTA bus and train fares to rise today. LA Times
  • Developer and Echo Park residents face off over 64-unit housing project. The Informer
  • Trader Joe’s plans to double the size of its Silver Lake store  – but not its parking. Los Feliz Ledger
  • Did city planning director Gail Goldberg retire or was she forced out?  LA  Now
  • City Council rejects last minute effort to postpone layoffs. Daily News
  • Kids in charge: Atwater forms junior neighborhood council. Los Feliz Ledger
  • Happening Today: Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council meets; recycled art workshop for teens.  Calendar
  • Notes: City Attorney will speak about the Echo Park Lake Swap Meet at tonight’s Echo Park Improvement Assn. meeting …. The public must RSVP by today to attend Great Outdoors Initiative Public Listening session at Oxy … Mooi in Echo Park starts serving Intelligentsia coffee and espresso drinks today at its Ecco Cafe bar.


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2 comments

  1. “In the early stages of the planning process”? Unless I misread them, I thought there were signs in the Trader Joe’s that they were opening the expanded space next week.

    But bike racks is a great idea, as is some sort of local shuttle.

  2. I guess the parking is pretty tight. Not too bad for those of us on motorcycles and scooters though…there is always room for at least 3 bikes in the back left corner by the cart return.

    If there was a shuttle, I would definitely use it, as I’m limited to maybe a bag and a half on my scooter. Maybe Hyperion > Rowena > Glendale > Sunset > back to Hyperion? At least until we get our own TJs in Echo Park. Which will be…when? 🙂

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