L.A. State Historic Park grand opening set for Saturday; Boyle Heights real estate tweets draw flak

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  • A grand opening is scheduled for Saturday, April 22 for the 32-acre Los Angeles Historic State Park near Chinatown. The $20-million park with 1,500 trees, walking trails, picnic grounds and a wildlife habitat — will open a few years after a smaller, temporary park closed in 2014. L.A. Times
  • A Twitter account focused on Boyle Heights real estate and home flips is attracting attention and criticism. Boyle Heights Beat
  • Airbnb officials warned city leaders that proposed restrictions on short-term rentals could cost the city $24 million a year in lodging taxes. Those proposed restrictions, however, remained stalled. L.A. Times

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