"Assuming many of the one-time measures we employed in this year's budget to reduce expenditures are reversed going into next year, we're forecasting an approximate deficit of $4.6 million for next year and just under a million dollars for the following year," said Muir.
"I think that if we can at least meet or exceed the state standards, we will be demonstrating good faith to HCD in our efforts to accommodate to the overriding purpose of the Rena allocation," said Commissioner Thomas Hudnut.
The application also requested approval of a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for modified vehicle loading spaces and use of an off-site parking garage. Oakshire also sought approval of a Historic Incentive Permit (HIP) to allow use of a hotel that directly abuts a residential zone.
The first three recipients of Golden Shield recognition plaques include the site of the Dona Maria Rita Valdez de Villa Homestead, located at Sunset Boulevard and Alpine Drive; the original location of Lawry's Restaurant on North La Cienega Boulevard; and the original Giorgio Beverly Hills
"I saw the guys wrestling. I thought it was just a drunken fight between friends or something. So I stood up, because I'm 6' 4" and a giant, and I was walking over there to settle it down and then I hear one shot ring
Last year the HRC added the homeless initiative to its charge. Since then, the Commission has implemented the homeless initiative into its monthly agenda. While the official homeless count this year was not conducted due to COVID-19, last year's count was 16. According to James
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