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Fix The City Lawsuit on the Catalina Project

The lawsuit filed by Fix The City concerning the Catalina Project can be found HERE. In a nutshell, the suit claims that the City failed to adhere to its own laws in the way the project was approved, that the City erred in allowing an MND for a project when substantial evidence that an EIR […]

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Fix the City Files Second Lawsuit: #MP2035 Was “Deemed to be Denied” After August 19, 2015

PRESS RELEASE Fix the City Files Second Lawsuit:  MP 2035 “Deemed to be Denied” After August 19, 2015 and Could not be Rescinded or Readopted Los Angeles —  Fix the City, a public interest advocacy organization, filed a follow-up lawsuit against the City of Los Angeles challenging its rescinding and readopting its controversial Mobility Plan […]


FTC Letter and Brief Commentary re Today’s Council Vote

FTC’s counsel provided the following letter in advance of today’s city council meeting. As is evident, not only did the city not correct its previous improper actions, it created even more problems. Lastly, in a time when politicians wonder why fewer and fewer people are voting, today’s action might provide some insight. By scheduling this […]

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City Council Holds Joint PLUM/Transpo Meeting re #MP2035

There was a great turnout at yesterday’s joint MP2035 committee meeting. The committees certainly heard that MP2035 was disliked by the majority of those in attendance.  They also heard that increasing congestion and negatively impacting LAFD response times is a very BAD idea.  Finally, they heard (over and over) that outreach on MP2035 was dismal. […]

City Cites Fix The City’s Lawsuit as Reason to Rescind #MP2035

The city has provided Fix The City notice that it intends to hear a motion to rescind the Mobility Plan (MP2035) as amended and then pass a “clean” copy of the original Mobility Plan.  They have scheduled a joint Planning and Transportation hearing for November 10th at 2:30 PM. Should the council actually vote in favor of […]

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@LATStevelopez Covers the Rowena Road Diet Saying It Leaves Some “Hungry For Workable Solutions”

The Los Angeles Times’ Steve Lopez attended the recent community meeting on the Rowena “Road Diet.”  His article on the meeting can be found HERE. His takeaway: That the city didn’t do its homework. (Which is the essence of FTCs lawsuit on MP2035). His personal finding: “Traffic on Rowena can be hellish at rush hour, […]


Fix The City Settles With @TheAcademy Museum

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and advocacy group Fix the City are pleased to announce they have reached a settlement agreement regarding the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures project. The settlement agreement ensures the Academy and Fix the City will work closely to minimize the Museum’s impact on surrounding neighborhoods. Per the […]

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Fix The City Files Suit Over #MP2035

Fix The City has filed a lawsuit over the city’s approval of MP2035.  The suit can be found HERE.  Court filings are HERE. Some of the backup documentation provided to the city by FTC can be found HERE.  (huge file). More information and an official press release shortly.