Saturday, October 22, 2016

Morning Report: Atwater-made brew now selling at Trader Joe’s; judge rejects bid to save Riverside bridge; election day

L.A. River, Atwater Village | Luis Lopez/Instagram

L.A. River, Atwater Village | Luis Lopez/Instagram

News & Notes:

  • A Los Angeles Superior Court judge rejected  a restraining order to stop the city from demolishing the old Riverside bridge that connects Cypress Park and Elysian Valley, said the L.A. Times.  Advocates that want  to preserve the bridge as open space over  the L.A. River said they will continue push ahead with their efforts to save the structure, which is scheduled to be demolished in a few weeks as a replacement bridge rises nearby.
  • A new Trader Joe’s house-brand craft beer is being brewed in Atwater Village. The Daily Dish reports that Golden Road Brewery is now producing  three beers in cans for Trader Joe’s under the “Ol’ Burro Brewery” brand.


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  1. is anyone protesting the decision?

    • Meeting tomorrow (Wednesday) night with CD1 and City Planning staff regarding LA River Overlay. If you are concerned/interested about the future development plans you should attend.

      It’s in Lincoln Heights at 1721 N Broadway (young nak Presbyterian) just east of the Cornfields park.

      Starts at 6:30 pm and it’s hosted by Gil Cedillo and/or his top staff.

      The flyer is on the CD1 website.
      Here’s a link to the council file and public feedback so far:

      • If the City Council office does not care about it, it will not be saved.

        1. Shopper’s Market – Superior Grocery historic property torn apart with Gil’s support.
        2. Riverside Bridge historic property will have a similar fate.
        3. Next?

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