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Magento Developer Los Angeles Offering Help to Magento Store Owners in Los Angeles — Medium

November 26, 2015

Magento Developer Los Angeles Offering Help to Magento Store Owners in Los Angeles — Medium

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Under The Hood – Engine Oil

February 4, 2015
Under The Hood – Engine Oil

How to check your engine oil level. And remember to check your owners’ manual to see how often the oil should be changed. http://www.AAA.com.

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Man Beats Stranger to Death in Wal-Mart With Bat Grabbed from Sporting Goods

November 3, 2011
Man Beats Stranger to Death in Wal-Mart With Bat Grabbed from Sporting Goods

A man beat a 74-year-old man to death in a Lakewood Wal-Mart with a bat grabbed out of the sporting goods section yesterday afternoon. Witnesses told the sheriff’s department that the assault was completely unprovoked, and the suspect and victim didn’t know each other. more › Continued here: Man Beats Stranger to Death in Wal-Mart With Bat Grabbed from Sporting Goods

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Have a Barking Dog? The City May Soon Charge You For That!

November 3, 2011
Have a Barking Dog? The City May Soon Charge You For That!

Does your four-legged canine companion like to express him or herself? As in, does your dog bark…a lot? If so, you may want to start stashing some extra cash in your piggy bank, because the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously yesterday to impose fines “on the owners of dogs that bark excessively — even if the canines are not licensed by the city.” more › See more here: Have a Barking Dog? The City May Soon Charge You For That!

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Council Approves Mills Act Pilot Program

October 21, 2011

The City Council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday establishing a two-year pilot program that will preserve historic buildings in Beverly Hills . Priority will be given to public theaters, buildings designed by a master architect or listed on a state/national historic preservation register, applications that are submitted early, as well as buildings characterized by “necessity, uniqueness … properties that would include some additional sustainability measures,” Associate Planner Peter Noonan said.  The Mills Act program provides a property tax reduction for qualifying homeowners. Officials will select the first round of participating properties by Jan. 16. The program will cost the city $25,000 for administration services and training by a historic property consultant. “It’s been a little bit of an uphill battle in Beverly Hills,” Councilman John Mirisch said of getting a historic preservation ordinance in the books. “Hopefully this will be one of the first steps that we can take, and we will continue working on something that makes sense for the entire community and is balanced.” Council members also referenced the Kronish House , which was designed by master architect Richard Neutra and recently faced the possibility of demolition. Many residents and historic preservation advocates from other Los Angeles communities, including members of the L.A. Conservancy, came to the Aug. 2 council meeting to oppose the owners’ plans to raze the 1955-built structure. “Under pressure from the Beverly Hills City Council, historical preservationists and the public, the owners agreed to a 70-day delay and sold the property to buyers who have said they intend to restore the home,” according to a statement released by the city.   “We are deeply appreciative to everyone involved in the effort to save this incredible home,” Mayor Barry Brucker said in a statement. “The owners and their representatives were extremely cooperative and sensitive to the concerns of the council and the preservation community. I look forward, through the Mills Act pilot program, to preserving many more of the historic properties in Beverly Hills.” Mitchell Dawson, an attorney representing the Kronish House’s former owners, Soda Partners LLC, said “compromise, good efforts and skilled negotiation cured a problem and made it a great result.”   The Planning Commission is currently working on a historic preservation ordinance to establish guidelines for preserving Beverly Hills’ historic architecture. Be sure to follow Beverly Hills Patch on  Twitter  and “Like” us on  Facebook . Read the rest here: Council Approves Mills Act Pilot Program

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