West Hollywood : Residents to Discuss Project
A group of Los Angeles residents who sent out 5,000 flyers calling on neighbors to protest a proposed Sunset Boulevard commercial development before the West Hollywood Planning Commission tonight will instead hold a discussion on the issue at the West Hollywood Sheriff’s station at 7 p.m.
The group of homeowners sent the flyers to residents living north of Sunset Boulevard between Crescent Heights Boulevard and Doheny Drive announcing the Planning Commission meeting. The commission was scheduled to consider the Raleigh Enterprises project, proposed for the corner of Sunset Boulevard and Alta Loma Road, but the item has been postponed until Sept. 19.
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