Santa isn't coming to fix our roads.
Earlier this morning, the city’s newest “Scramble Crosswalk” opened at Washington Boulevard and Pacific Avenue in Venice. City Councilmember Mike Bonin, LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynolds, and residents of Venice inaugurated the upgrade with a stroll through the intersection. Before the opening, Bonin spent over half an hour fielding concerns from residents opposed to a […]
The City of West Hollywood is known for being a unique place in America. Founded in 1984 out of land that was then unincorporated Los Angeles County, West Hollywood was literally built to be a city known for its compassion. It is widely considered one of the most prominent “gay villages” in the United States, […]
It’s finally over. Last week, the Argonaut Newspaper declared the effort to recall Westside City Councilmember Mike Bonin dead. No services need to be held for the campaign that thought it could ride a popular Councilmember out of town based on people’s objections to road diets. The once-feared Recall Bonin Campaign went out without so […]
Last month, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously passed a motion instructing “the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation to develop recommendations for: An effective mandatory or voluntary bicycle registration program, including outreach to retailers, schools, bicycle organizations, etc., to make registration readily available and to encourage people to record […]
Anonymous residents of Beverly Hills have organized under the banner of “Friends of Beverly Hills High School” to launch a new web campaign against the Metro Purple Line Extension under the banner of “Stop the Purple Threat.” Their first move was to launch a change.org petition arguing that “President Donald Trump and U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine […]