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Mural Ordinance Passes, But Remains in Policy Purgatory

Mural Ordinance Passes, But Remains in Policy Purgatory

The mural ordinance, which would lift the 11-year city-wide ban on murals, was passed by city council -- almost.
Councilmembers O'Farrell and Cedillo Rally City in Support for Comprehensive Changes to L.A. River

Councilmembers O'Farrell and Cedillo Rally City in Support for Comprehensive Changes to L.A. River

Councilmembers O'Farrell and Cedillo rally support for the most expansive alternative (and expensive) offered by the U.S. Army Corps impending plan for revitalizing the Los Angeles ...
Mural Ordinance Vote Delayed, New Works Pop Up Regardless

Mural Ordinance Vote Delayed, New Works Pop Up Regardless

For a city that's infatuated with its murals, it's been dishing out a lot of tough love -- the anticipated city council vote on the proposed mural ordinance has been delayed.
A Warning that the Mural Ordinance May Not Be Enough

A Warning that the Mural Ordinance May Not Be Enough

If one of your neighbors wants to hire an artist to paint a mural on an outside wall of his or her house, should you and your fellow homeowners have the right to say "No?"
Mural Ordinance Scheduled for City Council? Not Yet

Mural Ordinance Scheduled for City Council? Not Yet

The ordinance's main purpose: to move art out from under the rules of signs, and be administered in Cultural Affairs, not Building and Safety.
Laws that Shaped L.A. Column is Going on Hiatus

Laws that Shaped L.A. Column is Going on Hiatus

Great, great thanks to all of you who have read, shared, complimented, complained about, and of course, contributed to the column.
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