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 support for the most expansive alternative (and expensive) offered by the U.S. Army Corps impending plan for revitalizing the Los Angeles
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.
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?"
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.
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