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LA CITY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR TO INVESTIGATE LAST YEAR’S MIDNIGHT WITCHING HOUR SPOOKY DESTRUCTION OF HISTORIC OLD SPAGHETTI FACTORY IN SCAREY HOLLYWOOD!

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MORE DIABOLICAL DOINGS AT LA CITY HALL? IT’S TIME FOR COUNCILMAN “NO WAY” JOSE HUIZAR TO HIRE LAPD SERGEANT & FREE LANCE EXORCIST, CARLOS LOPEZ AGAIN  TO PERFORM MORE COUNCIL EXORCISMS!

(FULL LA CITY HALL EXORCISM STORY AT http://www.DAILYBEAST.COM)  BOO!

The New Developer-Friendly Policy at City Hall; How Can We Help You Cover Up Your Crimes?

On Tuesday, October 8, at 10 AM, a hearing before a Zoning Administrator will be conducted in Room 1020 in Los Angeles City Hall regarding the February 21, 2012 razing of Hollywood’s Old Spaghetti Factory Building at Sunset Blvd. and Gordon Street. This hearing concerns politically-connected developer CIM Group’s illegal “midnight demolition” of this historic structure.

CIM also recently demolished historic buildings on the former Pickford Studios lot in West Hollywood, and was the beneficiary of the $30 million taxpayer loan from then Councilmember Garcetti to modify the Kodak Theatre for Cirque du Soleil – which after only 18 months closed its show in CIM’s Hollywood & Highland boondoggle.

For more, please visit: www.hnn-tv.com (http://www.hnn-tv.com/?p=842)

CityWatchLA also has a story on this, too …
http://citywatchla.com/4box-left/5804-appeal-hearing-tuesday-revisits-the-illegal-midnight-demolition-of-hollywood-s-old-spaghetti-factory

 

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