News & Notes from Eagle Rock, East L.A., Echo Park & Highland Park

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  • Hop Property: 1920s Eagle Rock bungalow court to be burned down as part of  TV show episode. Patch
  • Lowrider funeral procession through East L.A. honored the man who owned the “Gypsy Rose.”  CBS2
  • Egyptian members of Highland Park Coptic church sound off about political turmoil.  KPCC
  • Union leader whose son was fatally shot in Echo Park pot shop creates a foundation to honor his memory and raise money for Northeast L.A. causes. Daily News

One comment

  1. I saw this on the ASNC forum and then read the Patch original piece.
    I am more concerned about what it doesn’t say.

    Here’s the comment I left on the Patch site–
    “Have all the neighbors been notified by FilmLA? I think this is something they have a right to know about. I know FilmLA has definite guidelines (and the people doing the filming have to follow them). I know EchoElysian Park yahoo forum is always posting copies of notices from them and there was a recent article on problems with filming in the downtown Bank District…
    How about looking into what sort of liason FilmLA has with the Eagle Rock community?
    I think that’s something people would be interested in and would benefit from knowing about. If TERA isn’t involved, they might want to look into it. I don’t live in the Eagle Rock area but I patronize ER businesses and have friends that live there, so I’m concerned.

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