Miss some of the news in this past week? Here’s a review of the week’s headlines.
The City Council set to go into the southwest corner of Santa Monica Boulevard at Crescent Heights Boulevard. Saying it would severely impact the neighborhood, residents appealed the Planning Commission’s decision to approve the project, but the Council upheld the project.
The Council also gave a project set to go into the old Tower Records location at 8801 Sunset Blvd. The developer will now get another chance to revise the project, this time without the controversial David Barton boutique gym as the main tenant.
The Council also met in closed session to should the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office opt to file charges against him regarding reimbursement for meals during which he was discussing city business. The Council has not made a decision yet.
Residents rejoiced at news that Obama made the announcement supporting Marriage Equality during an interview with ABC News.
Fairfax High School who is paralyzed as a result of a blood clot. Students have been holding various fundraisers since learning the news about the junior at the high school.
Weho Patch welcomed former City Councilman Steve Martin to its roster of bloggers. Martin talked about the implications for West Hollywood of the for the state’s 50th Assembly district race.
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First time blogger Jonathan Simmons discussed the proposed saying that the robo-garage is not needed because there is not a shortage of parking.
Dating expert Meghann Novinskie discussed in her latest blog. Meanwhile Woody McBreairty offered . And finally, Tracey Paleo gave a .