Tell Us Your Top West Hollywood Stories of 2012

What are the biggest stories that happened in the neighborhood this year?

In the 350-ish (free) newsletters West Hollywood Patch has published so far this year, which local headlines caught your eye?

As 2012 draws to a close, reflect on the year in West Hollywood news and tell us what you think were the biggest stories of the last 12 months. Post a comment on this article with your top picks and maybe a sentence or two about their importance to you, and you may see those stories in our end-of-the-year round-ups.

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Stephanie December 23, 2012 at 02:57 AM
@Josie-Bell Just curious Josie, or is it John? it's so funny to me that folks like yourself think our 1,000 person battle to save Plummer Park is in some way self-promoting. What the heck do you think I got out of going to over 80 meetings? And where were you? At home performing armchair activism? Or perhaps, on the dais? Quite frankly, it would have been more fun to stick needles in my eyes than it has been to try and stop the insanity of spending $41.3 million bucks on a less than two sq block park during the country's worse economy. Wait, let me guess, your next comment will be a parroted version of what we are constantly told about what great shape the City coffers are in and how we have a AAA credit rating...me thinks the lady doth protest tto much. Greece had a AAA rating, too. And, Josie-Bell, you are off topic...what ARE THE BIGGEST STORIES IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD IN 2012? My vote for most important person in WeHo was Gov. Jerry Brown.
jose December 23, 2012 at 04:53 PM
congratulations on 80 meetings, you should give yourself an award. I know, you know, you deserve it.
Stephanie December 23, 2012 at 07:12 PM
Samantha Powers Jolt December 24, 2012 at 12:08 AM
The most important sotry isn't about the delusion 12 step hags with faded stories of Hollywood bit pat glories but how certain astute WEHO politicos and gay/lesbian/transgender NGO Advocates siphon off enough money to afford to buy fancy behind tall shrubs houses in neighborhoods most queens would only dream to live in.
me December 27, 2012 at 05:40 AM
take a look at this "under the radar" project to add to the eastside mess of new developments!!!!! http://la.curbed.com/archives/2012/12/mixeduse_fakeout_with_formosa_south_at_the_lot_offices.php


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