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Daily Archives: June 3, 2015

City prepares to tighten the rules of Elysian Valley development

ELYSIAN VALLEY -- Developers and investors have discovered Elysian Valley, the narrow riverfront community packed with small homes, warehouses and artists studios. After many residents have expressed concern about gentrification and over development, the Planning Department has unveiled a set of changes that would would reduce the height and size of new projects proposed for a strip of commercial parcels that front the L.A. River

Eastside seniors want a bigger space of their own

Hipsters aren’t the only population that has increased in the past few years on the Eastside. The ranks of seniors has as swelled, prompting an effort to expand a busy senior community center in Griffith Park that serves an area stretching from Echo Park to East Hollywood.

Lincoln Heights gets a farmers’ market; Glassell Park students learn about water-saving landscapes

Morning Report: A grand opening will be held today, Wednesday, June 3, for the Lincoln Heights Certified Farmers Market at Daly and Broadway streets in the parking lot behind the 99 cent store ... Students at the L.A. River School in Glassell Park are learning about and applying water-saving techniques in the campus garden ... Got photos to share? Join The Eastsider Photo Pool or tag your Instagram photos with #eastsiderla or send them via email to [email protected]