The proposed housing/commercial development at the Pillarhenge site in Eagle Rock was approved on Jan. 11 at a meeting of the City Planning Commission. At the meeting, the developer accepted additional conditions asked for by José Huizar, Eagle Rock’s City Councilmember for metered parking and additional lighting along Colorado Blvd. and a U-turn going west on Colorado at Mt. Helena. The Commission required the developer to schedule regular service of the building’s filtration system. Two of the 26 planned apartments will be for very-low income tenants.
If the Biden-Harris ticket wins, elected officials with ties to Northeast L.A. are among the possible replacements for Harris in the U.S. Senate. From left, Xavier Becerra, Hilda Solis, Jimmy Gomez, Kevin de León, Maria Elena Durazo.
A plan to use this Craftsman house as a business location has drawn opposition in Highland Park but could find approval Downtown. | Photo by T.A. Hendrickson