Important article on the Millennium Hollywood Center scandal. Although the title is:

Hollywood earthquake faults make proposed skyscrapers unsafe, says opposition group


it’s not just us, the “opposition group,” saying this. Take it from the Federal government and the State of California.

On May 8 and July 16, 2020, the United States Geological Survey and the California Geological survey issued official reports showing multiple active earthquake fault lines running through the Millennium Hollywood Center site.… Read the rest

Can You Keep A Secret? Millennium Partners Can! * UPDATED *

**  UPDATE AS OF AUGUST 4, 2020 **

[  Note that the link to the California Geological Survey letter to the City on the CIty website is broken as of August 4, 2020.   The Public Comment section has been significantly combed through and weeded out.   CGS’s letter, among several dozen public comment letters are no longer on the City’s website.… Read the rest

City Council, Raymond Chan and Millennium

 

Raymond Chan, was the Mayor Garcetti appointed General Manager of the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety (LADBS).   After resigning, Chan served a year as a Los Angeles deputy mayor for economic development until June 2017.    It was under Chan that Millennium’s improper seismic studies were accepted and approved by LADBS. … Read the rest

Residents and Developers – A World Apart

There was a fascinating debate on KCRW’s Which Way L.A., moderated by Warren Olney on the disparity between residents and developers and shown in the following quotes from developer Mott Smith and our community-advocacy attorney, Robert P. Silverstein.

“A recent study … looked at Environmental Impact Reports that had gone to court under challenges like the ones we’re talking about here.… Read the rest

Hollywood’s Battle is Our Battle!

CityWatchJackHumphreville

CityWatchLA.com July 29, 2014 by Jack Humphreville

WHO WE ARE – Hollywood’s neighborhoods and residents are under attack by big time real estate developers who are investing billions in too many to count high rise residential and commercial buildings along the three mile stretch of Hollywood, Sunset, and Santa Monica Boulevards between Western Avenue and the border with West Hollywood.… Read the rest