$1,000 reward offered for Silver Lake coyote shooting; Glassell Park residents seek wider streets

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  • Project Coyote, a wildlife conservation group, is offering a $1,000 reward in connection with last month’s fatal shooting of a coyote in Silver Lake. CBS2
  • Two recent crashes have prompted some Glassell Park residents to ask the city to widen narrow, hillside streets as traffic and development increases. ABC7

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  1. Widening streets, so more cars can travel at higher speeds, is sure to do wonders for this issue. How could that NOT help?

  2. bathing at baxter

    I understand this shooting was on a public street. Is it against the law to shoot Coyotes and other predators on your property?

  3. Fabian o'Phurrel

    There are reports that a line has formed and is growing outside the entrance to the local police station on San Fernando Road.
    It appears they are all waiting to go inside to confess and collect the Project Coyote reward.

  4. Michael O'Brien

    If a Hillside property applies for a building permit for more than 600 square feet of development, the property owner is required to widen the street on his side of the street to eventually achieve a 20-foot wide street. He also is required to apply for an environmental assessment, which will analyze the construction impacts on all streets leading from his property to the boundary of the Hillside Area. EVENTUALLY, this will result in all Hillside streets being widened to a 20 foot width. At present, with much existing development right at the property line, and in some cases protruding into the right of way, there is no way to widen Hillside streets.

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