On the Agenda: Eagle Rock Brewery permit renewal; Atwater & Elysian Valley housing developments; Highland Park creperie seeks alcohol permit

On The Agenda


On this week’s agenda of public meetings,  a city zoning administrator will determine if the Eagle Rock Brewery can continue serving the customers  even though they’ve been at their present location in Glassell Park for more than five years. There are also a number of small-lot developments popping up in Atwater Village and Elysian Valley.

Elysian Valley

Glassell Park

Highland Park

  • French restaurant, Chez Antoine at 5511 N. Figueroa Street, is seeking a conditional use permit for the sale of beer and wine for on-site consumption. The restaurant has been serving only imported cider so far. Tuesday, November 4.

Atwater Village

  • Over at the Atwater Village Land Use Committee, the board will discuss two multi-unit projects. One over at 3116 W. Larga Avenue and the other project at 2914 Glenhurst Avenue. Wednesday, November 5


  • Tuesday is election day in Los Angeles. Find out where you’re going to be voting to determine the race for Governor, Secretary of State, Controller, and propositions dealing with budget, health care rate regulation, and more.  Tuesday, November 4

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