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Street vending plan moves ahead; the impact of Ghost Ship fire on underground art scene; coyotes on Piedmont Avenue

Today's Photo: Silver Lake | Dan Gershon

Today’s Photo: Silver Lake | Dan Gershon

MOrning Report

  • A plan to legalize street vending that was approved by a City Council committee would limit vendors to two per each side of a block, require adjacent businesses owners to approve their presence and allow neighborhoods to seek greater restrictions. The plan goes to the full City Council for review next spring. KPCC
  • The crackdown on unpermitted event and living spaces in the wake of the deadly Ghost Ship fire in Oakland is going to have a major impact on the underground artists who perform and live in those spaces,  said Alexis Rivera of Echo Park Records.   “It’s going to damage a lot of people who don’t fit your normal paradigm.” KPCC
  • Pet Owners Beware: Coyotes roaming on Piedmont Avenue in Highland Park. Eastside 911

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9 comments

  1. Keep Silverlake Brown
    #stopsellingtacostoyuppies

  2. Keep Silverlake irrational and alarmist!

    Paid for by: The Super Pac who has nothing but time on their hands to worry about useless crap.

  3. Keep Silver Lake Two Words
    Paid By: The Super PAC That Knows How To Read

  4. The Friendly Ghost

    Check out what happened to your signs.
    #KeepSilverlakeBrown
    #Stopsellingtacostoyuppies
    #FuckGentrification
    #ResistenciaIndigena
    Put an avocado on that.

  5. Yuppies have forgotten that they are on STOLEN NATIVE LAND!!!!

    • Well then, since it was stolen, you won’t mind giving back everything you own to a native person and moving back to your country of origin (I’m guessing Spain). It just so happens that I am 1/16th Native American. Kindly leave me the deed to your house, car and any and all properties you may have stolen from my people – and if you possess a George Foreman grill, leave that as well because mine just broke.

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