From staff reports

Los Angeles city planners have proposed a package of building restrictions and design inducements called the Colorado Boulevard specific plan that will encourage more pedestrian-oriented growth along Colorado Boulevard in Eagle Rock.

If the plan becomes law, it will limit development along the commercial strip from Eagle Dale Avenue on the west to Eagle Vista Drive on the east. Under the plan, zoning would be more restrictive on properties fronting Colorado Boulevard.

An outgrowth of the city's 1987 moratorium on mini-malls on Colorado Boulevard, which expired in January, the specific plan proposal has a long way to go before it becomes law, according to city planners.

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