LOS ANGELES-Los Angeles is making changes to its zoning code forthe first time in 64 years in an effort to simplify outdated orvague language and merge the requirements for development projects.Due to its complex nature, the city's zoning commission proposedthe changes to make the code more user-friendly.


However, the proposed changes have garnered significantcriticism from business groups and community activists alike whobelieve that the changes will result in dire consequences for bothparties. For the full story, go to Los Angeles BusinessJournal.

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