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TAXES: Broadreach says previous owners should pay taxes on WeHo ‘wallscape.’
Landlord of office-retail complex wants previous owners to pay property tax on “wallscape” ad space.
OP-ED: Leaders from public and private sectors must step up to ensure local tech community continues to click.
Sean Arian plugs the growing tech sector as a priority for local business and civic leaders.
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved a ban on plastic bags at grocery stores and other retailers that sell perishable food items.
The California Department of General Services on Monday said it had sold a vacant 1.9-acre parcel in the Los Angeles Civic Center district for park development.
Ben M. Davidson’s friends were surprised to see him quoted in Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover story last month about the collapse of global law firm Howrey.
ADVERTISING: Engage elected to work for free to assist an Eric Garcetti PAC in order to score future contracts.
Engage: BDR campaigned for future political gigs by working for free on Eric Garcetti’s mayoral campaign.
OP-ED: Governor’s approach to funding schools underscores importance of other kinds of economic intervention.
Kofi Sefa-Boakye laments the loss of Community Redevelopment Agencies.
Matthew Click hopes to steer California toward more toll lanes to drive down traffic.
Backers split over type of trolley for Miracle Mile rail line
Miracle Mile business interests in conflict over what kind of trolley to use as they prepare to punch the ticket for a new line.
L.A. personal injury attorney and liberal Democrat Brian Kabateck has long been at political odds with his younger brother John, a Republican who heads the California chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business.
Don’t kill the state law called Micra: It has been a life saver for California’s medical industry, Charles Crumpley writes.
Dan Schnur thinks Richard Riordan and Eric Garcetti might elect to shake up the city of L.A.’s budget status quo.
The Federal Aviation Administration will look at modifying helicopter routes and having the aircraft fly at higher altitudes in certain areas as a way to address noise complaints from L.A.-area residents.
To reduce freighter collisions with whales near the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association announced Friday it is changing routes.
The Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved creation of a new Department of City Planning & Development.