Planners Delay Vote On Controversial Hollywood Rezoning

Law360, New York (March 28, 2012, 3:40 PM EDT) -- The Los Angeles City Council's land use committee decided late Tuesday to delay a vote on a controversial rezoning proposal that would allow for the development of taller buildings in Hollywood, citing a need for more time to consider the large number of objections to the plan.

The proposed rezoning plan calls for for lifting height limits on buildings and allowing for the development of more square feet in certain areas in an effort to encourage mixed-use development near transit hubs and accommodate an expected 23...
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