The Party’s Over for this Outrageous Developer

DEEGAN ON LA-The alignment of well-organized community activists, an egregious land use proposal, a councilmember that “got it”, and some guerrilla tactics all combined a few days ago in a victory for hillside residents and wildlife when a proposed 132,000 square foot hillside party house was scratched by the developer, following an outpouring of objections from the community. The Michael Scott Party House in the hills will not be built.... READ MORE HERE

Join us for the 2015 City of Los Angeles Regional El Niño Town Hall Meetings

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Presentation by LADWP on Regulator Station Bypass Line project

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Water Distribution Division is going to speak at the Bel-Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council on March 25, 2015 regarding an upcoming Regulator Station Bypass Line project taking place on Hilgard Ave. between Charing Cross Rd and Sunset Blvd. The project will begin June 2015 and end mid-January 2016. LADWP will be installing a 36- inch welded steel pipe along Hilgard Ave. The project will involve street closures along Sunset Blvd and Hilgard Ave., which will impact many of our residents. 

The BCA has been asked by LADWP to assist them in reaching out to the community. I highly recommend you joining on March 25, 2015 at the Neighborhood Council meeting to raise any concerns you may have.

If you have any questions, please refer to Marvin Hermosillo who is the outreach liaison of LADWP.

When: Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm (Presentation will be in the beginning of the agenda)  

Where: American Jewish University- Room 223 of the Main Campus on the 2ne Floor.

15600 Mulholland Drive. Bel Air, CA 90077

Accessible from the west side of Casiano Road. Park at lower parking Lot 1 below the security kiosk.)

Contact information: Marvin Hermosillo Construction Engineer

(213) 367-1089

Bev Crest "Vineyard" Will Not Entertain Offers Under $1 Billion



Gather your pennies, Los Angeles: the Vineyard Beverly Hills—an enormous Beverly Crest property named for its "private vineyard," and not because it is entirely covered in grapevines—is being sold as a single, 157-acre, undeveloped chunk of land. The owners of the property, Noval Development, are hoping to find one incredibly wealthy buyer to take the whole thing off their hands for at least one billion dollars... Read further here