Hollywood farmers market gets a reprieve ... for now
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The long-running battle between the organizers of the Hollywood farmers market and the Los Angeles Film School appears to have reached some kind of settlement, The Times’ Kate Linthicum and David Karp report.
On Wednesday, film school officials sent a letter to the city suspending their protest against the market’s application for a yearlong permit to close off a two-block stretch of Ivar Avenue to traffic on Sunday mornings.
Still unclear is just how long the peace will last as the school is reserving the right to reinstate the complaint.