Possible changes to small-lot developments; overdue book amnesty

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  • The Planning Department will hold public hearings over possible changes to small-lot development laws that allow developers to construct single-family homes on lots as small as 600 square-feet.  KPCC
  • The Los Angeles Public Library will allow patrons to return overdue books and other materials without penalty during a two-week amnesty in February. L.A. Now
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  1. I’ve seen the arrival of lanimby.com signs in my neighborhood that say “No small lots on our block” … should I be worried that a small lot project is in the works?

  2. More parking? Yeah, that’ll certainly bring down construction costs!

    Note to local politicians: Entitled homeowners of inflated property are a very small (but vocal) minority in this city. The rest of us are struggling to keep our heads above water financially. Jacking up the cost of housing for everyone, just to appease a small minority of busybodies will backfire come election season.

  3. Carsmakepeoplestupid

    All of the busybody work is being done by a former actress and a man who would wear flip-flops to meet the Queen. These people are already homeowners and could care less about anyone else struggling to buy into the area. NIMBYS truly suck!

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