Miss last week’s headlines? Here’s a look back at what happened in West Hollywood.
The City Council into an urban inn or condominiums. The 1929 building lacks sufficient parking and the area already has a shortage of street parking. The Council rejected the plan without prejudice meaning the owner can submit a new plan without going through the application process.
The City Council that would take clubgoers to various Boystown and Sunset Strip locations on weekend nights. The staff report lacked sufficient information about costs and ridership for the Council to decide, so a more detailed report was ordered.
The city’s Business License Commission for violating the city's noise ordinances and for operating past its required closing time. The restaurant at 8512 Santa Monica Boulevard (beside the Koo Koo Roo) closed on July 7 and can reopen on July 14.
The much anticipated for dinner on Thursday night to a full house and good reviews. Using hardware themed décor, the restaurant at 7984 Santa Monica Blvd (in the old Laurel Hardware building) features new American cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
The city released a , which the City Council approved at its June 18 meeting. The 72-page document breaks down expenses by each department for fiscal year 2012-2013. The city also released 50 pages of supplemental material to its initial 273-page budget report.
who retired on Dec. 31, 2010 but has continued to work in the same job as a contractor for the city for the past 18 months. In the process English has been collecting both a pension check and a pay check, something Bray considers to be double dipping.
,” offering ideas about what expectations we place on such love affairs and how to transform them into something long-term, should the chemistry and desire be there.