State to contribute $25 million to purchase L.A. River property; residents claim city falls short regulating short-term rentals

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  • The state of California is planning to contribute $25 million to buy an approximately 40-acre property on the border of Cypress Park and Glassell Park as part of efforts to restore the L.A. River. L.A. Times
  • L.A. residents are claiming the city has been lax in enforcing regulations on the short-term rentals of homes and apartments. L.A. Times

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  1. This Taylor Yard news is AMAZING!!!! We need MORE green, wild spaces. Please let is just be a natural, beautiful place, not full of cement buildings, playing fields, etc. Honestly, we just need beautiful open spaces for kids to run and discover nature and to appreciate native plants and trees. NO MORE huge playgrounds. Seriously, we just need to let nature grow so we can stand in awe of it all.

  2. This is gonna be great! Footbridge from Taylor Yard across to Elysian Valley side bike path please!

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