San Fernando Valley roundup: Laurel Canyon residents vouch for wildlife, Studio City Neighborhood Council election nears and L.A. officials take another break

Good morning, readers. Today is Thursday, September 6. Residents who live in Laurel Canyon are fighting to preserve the bohemian neighborhood's wildlife corridor.

The city of Los Angeles approved construction for a developer while violating an open space policy for the animals, residents told the Daily News.

Notice an eerie silence around Los Angeles City Hall this week? The council is on a break as some members are in San Diego and others are in Charlotte. KPCC

Live in Studio City? Read about some of the nominees for the Neighborhood Council. The election is September 20. Patch

Know a young business leader in the Valley? The San Fernando Valley Business Journal is looking for candidates to feature in a '40 under 40' special section that will be published in October. SFV Business Journal

A man who was hit and killed by a train at the North Hollywood Metro Red Line station Tuesday may have jumped, reports LAist. Officials are still investigating the cause of the accident.

-- Tiffany Kelly, Times Community News

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