Friday, August 21, 2009

Week in Review

7-Eleven approved – A local governing panel has approved plans for a 24-hour 7-Eleven at 19th Street and South Pacific Avenue, the subject of two long letters to the editor earlier in the week, including one by Councilwoman Janice Hahn.

Rest in peace? (Not.) – The historic San Pedro church that was going to be repaired and relocated to Green Hills Memorial Park is in bureaucratic limbo and “hasn’t found salvation yet,” according to Monday’s Daily Breeze.

Citywide press for political campaign rooted in SP – As previously reported, community activists Doug Epperhart and Bob Gelfand are waging a citywide campaign to cut L.A. politicians’ pay. The L.A. Weekly has picked up the story, asking, “can pissed off Angelenos cut the nation’s richest City Council salaries in half?”

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